Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is a region in Japan, visited by thousands of people because of snow. Yes, snow is a sightseeing, especially when it is 300 m high above sea level. Take the next international flight and go to Japan to see this natural wonder. This phenomena is also known as the Japanese Alps because winter begins usually in November and ends in spring, in April.
The highway to Tateyama Kurobe mountain is about 20 m high during winter, and this made the Japanese consider it a sacred place. The numerous tourists coming here are taken by a special bus, surrounded on both right and left sides by 10 m high snow walls. The highest place on this route is Murodou plateau, which is about 2500 m high. Along Mountain Fuji, another attraction in Japan, Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is a 25 m route, linking Ateyama-Machi in Nakaniikawa-gun, Toyama Prefecture and Omachi-shi in Nagano Prefecture by six means of transportation. Although, the winter scenery is like those in the movies, going to Tateyama Kurobe Alpine in summer is completely different – here you can watch and smell the beautiful flowers and nature, which is reborn immediately after the snow melts. There are several means of transportation available on this route, as private cars are not allowed in the area during winter. You can choose from Kogen Bus, Tateyama Tunnel Trolleybus, Tateyama Ropeway, Kurobe Cable Car in order to reach the highest point.
Hurry up, don’t miss this incredible landscape, so book a cheap flight and fly to Japan.

Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route - Source periergaa.blogspot.com
Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route – Source periergaa.blogspot.com

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