Shoryudo Bus Pass

Matsumoto・Magome・Japan Alps 3-Day Pass JPY8,000

This ticket gives you unlimited travel on highway buses and route buses connecting Nagoya, Magome, Komagane, Matsumoto,Nagano, and others, plus access to Central Japan International Airport.

- The sales period runs from April 1, 2021, to November 30, 2021.
- Some routes may be closed due to the impact of the COVID19.

* Tickets are also available for foreigners living in Japan.

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National TreasureMatsumoto Castle

Matsumoto Castle is the oldest remaining castle in Japan with a five-tiered, six-story donjon (designated as a National Treasure). With the faraway Japan Alps rising in the background, the castle provides spectacular views.

Togakushi Ninja Museum

Ninja Trick Mansion
From the Ninja room, pass down stairs and through a maze to the formal reception room. Discover numerous hidden tricks and escape from the mansion! On the mansion’s grounds are also the Togakure-ryu Ninja Museum, Shuriken Dojo (throwing blade training hall), and various other facilities.

Shinhotaka Ropeway

The Shinhotaka Ropeway is located in Japan's Northern Alps and is the only double-decker ropeway in Japan where you can enjoy a spectacular view 2,000 meters above sea level. The 360-degree panoramic view from the top of the mountain holds a two-star rating in the Michelin Green Guide Japan. The beauty of the mountain changes with the seasons and offers enjoyment year-round.

Central Alps Komagatake Ropeway

The Central Alps Komagatake Ropeway is a ropeway that spans the Senjojiki Cirque in Japan's Central Alps. The difference in height between the departure station and the arrival station is 950 meters, the steepest in Japan, and Senjojiki station, at the summit, sits at an elevation of 2,612 meters, the highest in Japan. Senjojiki Cirque is at the arrival station. Its terrain was carved out by glaciers almost 20,000 years ago, and here you can enjoy nature throughout the four seasons, with precious alpine plants in summer, colorful leaves in autumn, and pure white snow in winter.

Tsumago-juku

Tsumago-juku was a post town on the Nakasendo Road that prospered as a key transportation hub connecting other roads. It was the first post town in Japan that preserved its old townscape, and it still retains the historic atmosphere. Many travelers visit here along with the Nakasendo road that connects the adjacent Magome-juku and its surroundings.

Magome-juku

Magome-juku was an important post town on the Nakasendo Road, with stone-paved slopes lined with buildings that maintain the atmosphere of a traditional post town. The beauty of the stone-paved slopes and the waterwheel, that operates on the waterway running through Magome-juku, are famous photogenic spots. Mt. Ena and the surrounding mountains are visible from the viewing platform. Many travelers visit here along with the Nakasendo road that connects the adjacent Tsumago-juku and its surroundings.

Hidatakayama

This area features an old-time streetscape that retains vestiges of the Edo Period as well as historical buildings such as Takayama Jin’ya. Another attraction is the area’s easy access from Nagoya by express train, with no need to change lines.

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