Kurobe Gorge Railway

An 80 minutes-railway route (one way) on a mini train passing through abundant nature. Passengers can admire the fascinating and beautiful scenery though the train window while the train passes over bridges and through tunnels.
There's also an onsen area along the train line.

  • TOYAMA
  • Sightseeing

Kurobe Gorge Railway

Please note that the contents correspond to the information promulgated on 30 September 2015 and may differ from the actual conditions.
All indicated prices basically include taxes.
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Address 11 Kurobekyokokuguchi, Kurobe City
Business hours The first train departs from Unazuki Stn.: 7:32, the last train: 15:40 (subject to change depending on season)
Access Walk for 5 min. from JR Toyama Sta. to Dentetsu Toyama Sta. Take the Toyama Chitetsu Line for 102 min. and get off at Unazukionsen Sta. It's a 5 min. walk to a station of Kurobe Gorge Railway.
Closed It runs from December until mid-April. (It varies according to the amount of snow accumulated.)
Tel 0765-62-1011
URL http://www.kurotetu.co.jp/en/
Fee Adult: ¥1,710 Child:¥860 (from Unazuki Stn. to Keyakidaira Stn.), Adult:¥1,210 Child:¥610(from Unazuki Stn. to Kanetsuri Stn.)

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