Fukushima barrier-free tour center

Fukushima barrier-free tour center


Abukuma-do (Abukuma Cave)

These limestone cave were formed over  80 million years. Warm in winter and cool in summer, visitors can enjoy the stalactites up close. The path inside the cave has lots of ups and downs so is unsuitable for wheelchairs, but the view within the the grounds is stunning so even just a walk around the park is satisfying. The park also has a multi-purpose toilet.
In addition to the limestone cave is, there is also a souvenir shop, restaurant, gazebo and observation deck within the park.
You can admire the stalactites as you walk along the 600m route inside the caves. The path has a with lot of stairs and parts that are very narrow  with ceilings low. The path inside the cave is very much like an expedition so is unsuitable for wheelchairs. Because it is dim inside, even people without a disability need to watch their step.


Phone  +81-247-78-2125
Address   1 Higashikamayama, Sugaya, Takine-machi, Tamura City,Fukushima Prefecture
1 Higashikamayama, Sugaya, Takine-machi, Tamura City,Fukushima Prefecture
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Opening Hours
Information of 2017
Admission Fee
Tickets to enter Abukuma Cave can be purchased from the ticket office, but entry to the observation deck and park are free

Adults 1200 yen
Junior high school students 800 yen


Train  Approx. 5 minutes by taxi from Kanmata Station on the Banetsu East Line.
Car  Approx. 15 minutes from the Ono Interchange on the Banetsu Expressway.

Rental Service



Parking  〇
Disabled parking  〇
The area from the disabled carpark to the area surrounding Abukuma Cave is flat. Part of the path from the general carpark has a gentle incline.


Purchase tickets at the ticket office within the grounds before entering Abukuma Cave. There is a very long set of stairs leading from the ticket office to the cave entrance.

Wheelchair Accessible Toilet[1]

Toilet information  Multi-purpose women's toilet
The Sawayaka toilet is within the grounds and has a multi-purpose toilet for both the men and women. There is also a parent's toilet with a children's urinal.

Wheelchair Accessible Toilet[2]


Place for dining  Rest House Kamayama
Rest House Kamayama has a souvenir shop on the first floor and a restaurant on the second floor. Access to the second floor is by stairs only.
Type of door: Manual door (hinged) + 2 automatic doors Width of entrance doorway: 96cm (manual door), 210cm (automatic door)

Entrance to Rest House Kamayama

Tourist Facilities