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Mt.Ninomiya Observatory|CHOCOTABI SAITAMA


Sightseeing spot

Western AreaNamegawa Town

Mt.Ninomiya Observatory

The observatory at Mt. Ninomiya is the highest point in town, with an altitude of 131.8 meters. And needless to say, it offers a spectacular view!
From this observatory, you can enjoy the far-off Mt. Asama, Mt. Tanigawa, Nikko Mountain range, Mt. Tsukuba, and the Chichibu mountains. If you go up to the top floor, you can overlook the skyscrapers of Shinjuku by using the free telescope. If you're lucky, you can even see the Tokyo Skytree! Besides, there are flowers such as the azalea planted, making it a lovely route for a stroll.

Basic Information

Tourist spot name
Mt.Ninomiya Observatory
1846-1, Oaza Iko, Namegawa Town
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Business hours / Fee

Business hours
8:30 ~ 17:30


Public transport
Take the taxi from Shinrinkōen Station of Tobu-Tojo Line for about 16 minutes
Approximately 10 minutes from Ranzan Ogawa Interchange of Kan-Etsu Expressway
Free: Yes
Available for Large Buses (Reservation Required)
Fee: None


The parking lot will be the same as those of Ikono Sato Fishing Park.
The mountain path towards the observatory has a very steep slope, so it may be difficult for those with wheelchairs.

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