193 Tabata, Inasa-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka 431-2221.
Shin Tomei Expressway, exit Hamamatsu Inasa IC, 10 minutes by car.
All year daily 9-17.
Adults JPY 1,000, Children (6-14) JPY 600, Children (0-5) free, Disabled JPY 700.
Groups (20+): Adults JPY 700, Children (6-14) JPY 500.
School Groups: Teacher free, Children (15-17) JPY 500, Children (12-14) JPY 400, Children (6-11) JPY 300.
Various combo tickets with nearby attractions available, online tickets with discount Rakuten.
|Classification:||Karst cave. Chichibu limestone, 250 Ma.|
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System|
|Dimension:||L=1,046 m, A=359 m asl, T=18 °C.|
|Guided tours:||L=400 m, St=50, self guided.|
|Accessibility:||no, staircase 50 steps|
|Address:||Ryugashi-Do, 193 Tabata, Inasa-cho, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka 431-2221, Tel: +81-53-543-0108. E-mail:|
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竜ヶ岩洞 (Ryugashido, Ryugashi Cave) is the biggest cave in Tokai District. It is named after Mount Ryugashi, where it is located inside. The cave entrance is at the foot of the mountain, the cave is visited on self guided tours. The cave ends in a small speleological museum. The cave has some nice speleothems and a 30 m high waterfall called Ogon no Otaki.