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Ropeway Hours

  • ●First Ascent

    9:00

  • ●Last Ascent

    17:30

  • ●Last Descent

    18:00

  • ●Departure Times

    Every 15 minutes

  • ●Ride Duration

    About 4 minutes

Ropeway hours vary by season

Hours

  • ●Gifu Castle

    9:30~17:30(Last entry 15 minutes prior to closing time)

  • ●Squirrel Village

    9:30~16:30(Last Entry: 16:15)

  • ●Restaurant with a View

    10:00~17:30(Last Order: 16:00)

    meal 11:00am~4:00pm

Facility hours vary by season.

Fare

Adults
(age 12 or junior high school students, and over)

1300 yen / round trip
800 yen / one way

Children
(age 4 to 11)

650 yen / round trip
400 yen / one way

Group rate
(over 30 persons)

Adults- 1,170 yen / round trip

     720 yen / one way
Junior high and high school students- 1,000 yen / round trip

                   600 yen /one way

children- 500 yen / round trip

     300yen / one way

how to enjoy Ways to Enjoy Mount Kinka Ropeway
in Gifu

enjoy1 About Mount Kinka Ropeway in Gifu

A Ropeway Connecting Gifu Park to the Summit of Mount Kinka
The summit offers sweeping views of Mount Kinka, covered in natural forests,
Nagara River in its natural splendor,
and the townscape of Gifu.

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  • Interact with squirrels

    りすに餌があげられる
  • You’ll Want to Visit Each Season

    紅葉の時期は必見!
  • A meal with a view

  • The ultimate night view in summer

    夏は夜景も最高

enjoy2 Squirrel Village

Squirrel Village in front of Kinkasan Summit Station is renowned as the first squirrel village built in Japan in 1965. Taiwanese squirrels do not hibernate, letting you feed them all year round.

enjoy3 Shop

All kinds of souvenirs from Gifu on sale
Exclusive merchandise and castle goods that you’ll only find here
soft-served ice cream that you can eat on the go are served
here as well.

  • Local souvenirs from Gifu Prefecture

  • Tea from Gifu HOUJICHA

  • Castle Stamp of Gifu Castle

enjoy4 Gifu Castle

The restored Gifu Castle and a museum housing historical materials.
Once known as "Inabayama Castle," this residence of the Warring States Period warlord Saito Dosan was later conquered by Oda Nobunaga, who renamed the area "Gifu.” The current Gifu Castle was restored in 1956.

Restaurants & Cafes A Meal With a View: Enjoy Mount Kinka

  • 展望テラス

    Restaurant with a View

  • カフェテラスコート329

    Terrasse Court 329

  • 信長テラス

    Nobunaga Terrace

展望レストラン ル・ポン・ドゥ・シェル

restaurant1 "La Pont de Ciel
Restaurant with a View"

A restaurant with an observatory deck offering sweeping views of Mount Kinka in the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture.
Here, enjoy the Nobunaga Dote Rice Bowl (simmered pork offal and beef sinew), past winner of the Local B-Class Dining Festival in Gifu, as well as the Hida Beef Yakiniku Rice Bowl, available in limited quantities, and local Gifu cuisine kei-chan (pan-fried chicken with vegetables, as you take in the views.

Pickup menu

  • 勝ち戦!信長どて丼

    Nobunaga Dote Rice Bowl, the champion!

    1,200yen
    (Tax included)

  • Hida Takayama Beef Yakiniku Bowl (A5 Rank Red Meat)

    2,200yen
    (Tax included)

  • 岐阜県産ポークde戦に勝つカレー

    Local Gifu Pork Cutlet Curry

    1,400yen
    (Tax included)

  • 信長バナナアイス

    Nobunaga Banana Ice Cream

    800yen
    (Tax included)

  • 飛騨高山ラーメン

    Hida Takayama Ramen

    1,100yen
    (Tax included)

  • restaurant2 Cafe / Terrace Court 329

    A cafe at Gifu Mount Kinka Ropeway Summit Station. The “329” in the cafe’s name is the altitude of Mount Kinka!
    Enjoy Nagara River Cider, drinks, soft-served ice cream, and other light dining options on the terrace.

  • restaurant3 Nobunaga Terrace

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    A restaurant with an observatory deck offering sweeping views of Mount Kinka in the city of Gifu, Gifu Prefecture. Here, enjoy the Nobunaga Dote Rice Bowl (simmered pork offal and beef sinew), past winner of the Local B-Class Dining Festival in Gifu, as well as the Hida Beef Yakiniku Rice Bowl, available in limited quantities, and local Gifu cuisine kei-chan (pan-fried chicken with vegetables, as you take in the views.

FAQFrequently Asked Questions Here are some of the questions we often receive!

Q
Does the ropeway have regular closing days?
A

No; however, there are inspection days where the ropeway stops once or twice a year to ensure safety.

Q
How long is the ropeway ride?
A

About 4 minutes each way.

Q
How do I get to the Squirrel Village?
A

Squirrel Village is right in front of Summit Station on the ropeway. Visit by taking
the ropeway or climbing the mountain.

Access/Parking