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Japan Alpine Route Kurobe Daira Station(日本阿爾卑斯山脈觀光線----黑部平車站)
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The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is a famous mountain sightseeing route between Tateyama, Toyama and Ōmachi, Nagano, Japan. The whole route opened on June 1, 1971. The route is just 37 km in length, but the vertical interval is as large as 1,975m. It uses 7 different public transports with 5 different modes, namely funicular, bus, trolleybus, aerial tramway, and walking. The route goes through Tateyama in the Hida Mountains with a lot of scenic sites, including Kurobe dam.

日本立山黑部阿爾卑斯山脈路線是條著名觀光路線,可飽覽飛驒山脈的壯觀景色,於1971年開通,全長37公里,高低落差1975米,全程轉換7種交通工具,包括無軌電車、纜車、空中吊車、巴士、徒步,沿途經過的觀光點有黑部大壩、黑部湖、黑部平、大觀峰、室堂、彌陀原、美女平等。

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tateyama_Kurobe_Alpine_Route

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