Ise-Shima Skyline 伊勢志摩スカイライン

There are plenty of spots where you can enjoy magnificent views! A driveway connecting Ise and Toba.

The grand panorama of Isewan Bay is magnificent!
The vast Ise Plain and the sea of pearl spangled with several large and small islands expand ahead, and beyond the mountains of Jingu Shrine, you will see the Pacific Ocean in the distance.
On a clear and sunny day, you might get a view of the Japan Alps and Mt. Fuji.
It is a superb feeling to get the magnificent view while soaking your feet in a foot bath at Asakumayama Lookout Point at the mountain top!

The "Post Box in the Sky" standing alone in the large garden on the mountain top is actually in service.
It might be a good idea to buy a picture postcard at the gift shop and post it in the post box to commemorate your visit.
In the vicinity, you can enjoy seeing the plants and flowers of each season and the hammocks and pathways are also available.

Ise-Shima Skyline has many locations of superb views and interesting places to see.
Please stop your car at times and enjoy slow driving.
Address
伊勢市~朝熊山上~鳥羽市 
Phone
0596-22-1810
Official website
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Online reviews (TripAdvisor)
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Business hours
September - April: 07:00 - 19:00
May - August: 06:00 - 20:00
June 27th - 28th (Kongoshoji Temple Kaisanki [anniversary of the temple founder's death]): 05:00 - 20:00
Ise Jingu Shrine Offerings National Fireworks Festival dates: 06:00 - 22:00
Toba Minato Festival Fireworks Display: 06:00 - 22:00
07:00 on December 31st - 19:00 on January 1st (open all night)
January 2nd - January 15th: 06:00 - 19:00
Holidays
Open all year round.
Price
[Toll (including tax)]
* Motorcycle (125 cc or under is not allowed on the driveway): ¥880
* Light vehicle and standard vehicle: ¥1,250
* Microbus: ¥3,150
* Large-size chartered bus: ¥5,000

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