Local name吉野山
LocationYoshino, Nara, Japan

The Yoshino Ropeway is an aerial tramway in Mount Yoshino, Yoshino, Nara, Japan, operated by Yoshino Ōmine Kēburu Ropeway Bus Co., Ltd. This is the oldest surviving aerial lift line in the nation. The line opened on March 12, 1929, a year after Yoshino Railway, the current Kintetsu Yoshino Line, opened the railway line to Yoshino Station. The line uses two cabins, named Kaede and Sakura. The cabins have stair-like floors; the classical style that has become uncommon nowadays. Although the cabins and cables have been updated, the spans are still those constructed in 1928. The line is not only a sightseeing line to Mount Yoshino, but also a local transport for residents there. As such, there is a commuter pass available.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoshino_Ropeway

Address (Unnamed Road), Japan

Coordinates 34°22'21.45" N 135°51'20.167" E

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