Unesco Global Geopark
[Prevention measures against COVID-19]
※To further enhance health protection amid the COVID-19, all visitors are required to wear face masks and disinfect hands when visit.
※Do not visit if you feel sick.
※The maximum capacity of the gondola is 96 persons. In order to maintain the social distance, it will be reduced to half of the original capacity.
Ropeway Operation status
Currently in service
Ropeway operation hours for today2021/10/26
Current Status of Mt.USU
Current Weather Conditions at Summit Station.
October 26, 2021 12:00 pm
|1||Ropeway + Lake Toya Observation Deck Approximate time required||40
|2||Ropeway + Lake Toya Observation Deck and Usu Crater Basin Observation Deck Approximate time required||60
SCHEDULE & PRICE
Fares (incl. consumption tax)
|Regular (round trip, including tax)|
(junior high schooler or older)
|Group fare for at least 15 persons (round trip, including tax)|
|High school||1,050 yen|
|Junior high school||900 yen|
|Elementary school||530 yen|
|Special discount fare (round trip, including tax)|
|The discount applies to handicapped persons with an ID||Adult||900 yen|
USUZAN ROPEWAY TIME TABLE
UNESCO GLOBAL GEOPARK
The ever-changing earth
The landscape of Toya Caldera and Usu Volcano Global Geopark changes every dozens years, resulting the ever-changing sceneries available in the area which makes the geopark a perfect place for appreciating the beauty of changing earth shaped by volcano eruptions.
Co-existing with the volcano
Although disasters have been brought by the volcano eruptions of Mount Usu for a long period, we learnt to co-exist with the volcano as we struggled. Through making predictions on the next eruption, we lower the damage done by the eruption to its smallest and enjoy beautiful sceneries, fruitful agricultural products as well as hots springs granted by Mount Usu.
The history of the ever-changing earth
〜4 eruptions from Mount Usu in the 20th century〜
Blessings from the volcano
at Kazan-mura(“volcano village”)
Information on resting, dining, shopping
Resting, dining, shopping
After seeing the sights, come for fun and fine flavors to Kazan-mura (“volcano village”) at the Sanroku Gondola Station.
Food & Beverage
Information on the learning facilities at Kazan-mura (“volcano village”)
Tourists can study the eruption of Mt. Usu while enjoying the view from the gondola lift.
Volcano Village Information Center
Eruption experience room
Disaster prevention summit Theater