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Zao Juhyo (Snow Monsters)

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The Zao Juhyo (Snow Monsters) are formed from a unique weather condition, where seasonal winds from Siberia collect moisture from the Sea of Japan, which then sticks to the Aomori white fir trees and freezes there. It is a magnificent and delicate natural work of art born from the interweaving of ice and snow. You can enjoy the views of the vast expanse of Juhyo from the ropeway, or see them illuminated at night.

More Information about Zao Juhyo (Snow Monsters)

Street address

Near to Jizo Sancho of Mt. Zao

Access

  • Take a bus to Zao Onsen Bus Terminal from Yamagata Station. Walk from there to the Zao Ropeway Sanroku Station.

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

http://zaoropeway.co.jp/en/

Best season

Jan., Feb., Mar., Dec.

Point

Temperatures can drop to -10℃, so please ensure you prepare for the cold weather.
Please see the official website for the timings of the illumination.

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