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How to get to Mount Unzen

We traveled to Unzen from Shimabara and stayed overnight. The Shimatetsu Bus to Unzen is the... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
Andrew M
An amazing walk to the activ vulcano!

You can get up to the mountain be taking the Ropeway from Nita Pass, or just walk one of the many... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2016
Morten G
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17 Oct 2017
“How to get to Mount Unzen”
6 Apr 2016
“An amazing walk to the activ vulcano!”
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Reviewed 17 October 2017

We traveled to Unzen from Shimabara and stayed overnight. The Shimatetsu Bus to Unzen is the easiest method of travel. It takes approx. 40 minutes, and departs the Shimabara Bus Station. Buses depart am average once per hour throughout the day, but do not run...More

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Reviewed 6 April 2016

You can get up to the mountain be taking the Ropeway from Nita Pass, or just walk one of the many trails going from Nita pass. Be aware that the ropeway will be closed if there ar a lot of wind. The first view you...More

Thank Morten G
Reviewed 23 September 2012

Visited this early this year, it was basically an active volcano, It was a bit creepy thinking it only erupted a few years ago and swallowed up heaps of homes, we visited these homes, which was interesting. But as for the volcano I would have...More

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