Bandai Azuma Skyline

 

Overview

Update (02/07/19):
On 17 June 2019 the Japan Meteorological Agency (Sendai Branch) announced that the Volcanic Warning for Azumayama was reduced to Level 1. This means that the Bandai-Azuma Skyline and Jododaira will be accessible from June 28, 2019. But due to the potential build-up of volcanic gas, the section of road between Fudosawa Bridge and Jododaira will close each night between  5:00 pm and 8:00 am. The other sections of the road will remain open. Follow us on Facebook to get the latest information.

 

The Bandai-Azuma Skyline is 29 km alpine road with a maximum elevation of 1622 m that winds through the Azuma Range. This scenic route is known as “the road that runs across the sky.” The scenic route offers impressive panoramic views of Fukushima City and magnificent views of the surrounding area. Featuring snow-lined corridors in early Spring, a fiery assortment of colors in late Autumn, sub-alpine forests, and other-worldly volcanic landscapes, the Bandai-Azuma Skyline captivates travelers from near and far with its breathtaking array of scenery.

Opening Hours

Status: Open
Closed:
Fudoawa Bridge to Jododaira (5:00 pm ~ 8:00 am)
Note:
The sections of Bandai-Azuma Skyline from the Tsuchiyu Gate to Jododaira, and from the Takayu Gate to Fudosawa Bridge are open 24 hours.

Parking Fees

Note: Please be aware that toilets and amenities are currently unavailable at Jododaira. The nearest public toilets are located at Fudosawa Bridge. Parking is currently free while amenities are undergoing maintenance.
Motorbike: FREE
Car: FREE
Small Bus: FREE
Large Bus: FREE

Access from Fukushima Station

Car: 60 mins
  Parking fees listed above.
Seasonal Tour Bus: Currently Unavailable
Route: Azuma Skyline Tour Bus
From: East Exit Bus Stop No. 11
West Exit Bus Stop No. 3
To: Jododaira (浄土平) via Tsuchiyu Onsen (土湯温泉)
Return: Fukushima Station via Takayu Onsen (高湯温泉)
Timetable:  –

Map

 

Nearby Tourist Spots

Jododaira (0.0 km)
Takayu Onsen (15.0 km)
Tsuchiyu Onsen (32.6 km)

Links

Bandai-Asahi National Park: http://www.env.go.jp/park/bandai/guide/joudodaira/english/index.html
Fukushima City Tourism and Convention Association (Japanese): https://www.f-kankou.jp/bandaiazuma-jododairadayori/