Nature & Scenery

Abukuma Cave

A world of illusory beauty created over millions of years, Abukuma Cave is said to have the greatest variety and the largest number of stalactites in the whole of Asia.

Visitors are always impressed by the beauty of natural creations formed over the course of 80 million years that are on display here. The largest hall in the cave, called "Takine Goten (Takine Hall)," and "Tsuki no Sekai (The Moon World)," where a stage lighting system has been installed, are particularly impressive.

The additional adventure course is also a thrilling one; you will experience crawling through a narrow passage and climbing a ladder!


1 Higashikamayama, Sugaya, Takine-Machi, Tamura City, Fukushima Pref.
Abukuma Cave Administration Office
8:30AM - 5PM (Early Mar. - Late Nov.)
8:30AM - 4:30PM (Late Nov. - Mid-Mar.)
Entrance Fee
Adults: 1,200 yen
13 - 15 years old: 800 yen
7 - 12 years old: 600 yen
Adventure course is available for an extra 200 yen.
By car: Approx. 20 min. from Ono Exit on the Ban-etsu Expressway.
Free Parking.
(Brief Directions)
Ono Exit on the Ban-etsu Expressway→Route 349→Prefectural road 36→Prefectural road 19→Turn right after 7-Eleven

By taxi: Approx. 10 min. from Kan-mata Station on the Ban-etsu Tosen Line (Ban-etsu East Line)

By train: Approx. 50 min. walk from Kan-mata Station on the Ban-etsu Tosen Line (Ban-etsu East Line)

Access Map