GUNMA Tourist Guide of Gunma Prefecture

Mt. Harunasan

Mt. Harunasan is one of Jomo-Sanzan, three famous mountains in Gunma and a treasure house of leisure activities centered around Lake Harunako. Mt. Haruna-fuji can easily be climbed by ropeway. Moreover, with its cherry trees, azaleas, daylilies, autumn foliage and more, the area all around the lake is strikingly beautiful. Hiking and bicycling are among the popular activities. Boating can also be enjoyed on the lake.


Basic Information
  • Location: Harunako-machi, Takasaki-shi, Gunma
  • Tel:+81-27-374-5111 (Haruna Tourism Association)
  • ▼Altitude: 1,449 m

    All boat and pleasure cruise fees:
    ・ Row boat: 30 minutes, 700 yen
    ・ Pedal boat: 30 minutes,1,50 yen
    ・ Motorboat (one round): 4,000 yen (riding capacity: 5-6 persons)
    ・ Hakuchomaru (pleasure cruise): 700 yen for adults, 350 yen for children

    [Mt. Harunasan Ropeway]
    ・ Hours:
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (April - November, Last ascent at 4:30 PM)
    9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (December - March, Last ascent at 3:30 PM)
    ・ Duration: About 2.5 minutes for one-way
    ・ Fee
    - Individuals: Adult: 450 yen for one-way and 850 yen for round trip
    Child (elementary age): 230 yen for one-way and 420 yen for round trip
    - Groups (25-50 persons): Adult: 410 yen for one-way and 770 yen for round trip
    Child: 210 yen for one-way and 380 yen for round trip
    - Groups (51-100 persons): Adult: 380 yen for one-way and 720 yen for round trip
    Child: 200 yen for one-way and 360 yen for round trip
    - Groups (over 101 persons): Adult: 360 yen for one-way and 680 yen for round trip
    Child: 180 yen for one-way and 340 yen for round trip

    Note: Closed for equipment maintenance:
    Sunday, February 4 through Friday, February 22, 2019
  • ▼Access
  • ・ About 1 hour 30 minutes by bus from JR Takasaki Station
    ・ About 1 hour 10 minutes by car from Takasaki IC of Kan-Etsu Expressway
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Visitor experiences* The information below is quoted from that of TripAdvisor.
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