Rising 333 meters above sea level in the center of Nagasaki, Mount Inasa Park in the Inasa mountain range is a natural park beloved by the residents of the city. It is renowned for its displays of azaleas in the spring. The summit features a glass-enclosed circular domed lookout from which one can enjoy a 360-degree view of the spectacular scenery. On clear days, one can even see Mt. Unzen, the Amakusa area, and the Gotoh chain of islands. The summit can be reached by a ropeway operating from Fuchi Shrine (in Fuchimachi). The picturesque scenery and natural beauty of Nagasaki's mountains and coastline are all here to enjoy - including the tour boats entering the Port of Nagasaki, the historical settlements of foreign residents, and the rows of buildings in each district. We invite you to fully enjoy Nagasaki's "million-dollar nighttime view" of the sea and mountains that exists only in this famed city of hills.
- Business Hours
- March 1-November 30: 09:00-22:00 December 1-February 28 (29): 09:00-21:00 Departures every 15-20 minutes.
7 days a week throughout the year (except for annual maintenance in early December).
- Nagasaki Ropeway
Round trip: JPY1,230 , One way: JPY720
- 5 minutes from Fuchi Shrine to Inasadake Station(Mt.Inasa Observation Platform)