Unazuki DamCompleted in 2001, this is the newest dam in the Kurobe Gorge area. It is a multipurpose dam designed for flood control, electric power generation and other aims.
- Shin-Yanagawara Power PlantThis hydroelectric power station that resembles an ancient European castle is located on the shores of Lake Unazuki.
- Shin-Yamabiko BridgeAfter leaving Unazuki Station the Torokko Electric Train first crosses a bright crimson steel bridge. The name (yamabiko) was earned by the fact that the sound of the train passing by echoes in the hot springs town.
Kuronagi Onsen"Kuronagi Hot Spring"
- Aqueduct Bridge
- Atobiki Bridge At a height of 60 meters and a length of 64 meters, this bridge spans the steepest and deepest valley along the rail line. The name is derived from the belief that previously mountain climbers would inch backwards away (atobiki) when they came face-to-face with such a seemingly bottomless valley.
Kanetsuri Kawara (Riverside Open-Air Hot Springs)At this spot you can enjoy both the limpid waters of the Kurobe River and a secluded hot spring. The waters that gush out in the outdoor bathing area alongside the river are justly famed. (Kanetsuri Station→500 meters, around 15 min.) *After 4:00 p.m. use of this hot spring is limited to overnight guests.
- Stone bath
- Kurobe Mannen Yuki（Kurobe Perpetual Snow）
- Okukane BridgeTraveling from Keyakidaira Station in the direction of Babadani Onsen you will encounter this vermillion-lacquered bridge spanning the main course of the Kurobe River. The view enjoyed from this 34-meter-high bridge is simply breathtaking. (Keyakidaira Station→ around 5 min.)
Riverside Viewing Platform,Foot Bath From this viewing platform, you can enjoy the marvelous sights of Mt. Okukane and Okukane Bridge. And if you want to get rid of travel fatigue, be sure to make a beeline for the foot bath.
- Hitokui Iwa"People-eating Crag"This craggy face resembling an open mouth has a truly formidable presence. As its name (“People-eating Crag”) would suggest, it seems poised to devour passersby. (Keyakidaira Station→ around 10 min.)
- Sarutobikyo Observation PlatformWhen autumn arrives, this hot spring hidden away in the great outdoors is surrounded by the pageantry of leaves tinted in autumn colors. (Keyakidaira Station→3km, around 60 min.)
Keyakidaira-onsen: Sarutobi Sanso Keyakidaira-onsen is located at the entrance of Sarutobi Promenade and is the closest hot spring to Keyakidaira Station.You can enjoy breathtaking scenery at the junction of the Kurobe River and the Babadani River.Sarutobi Sanso has an open-air bath with a fine view and accepts day-use guests.About 10-minute walk from Keyakidaira Station. Please confirm business days before visiting, by making a call or dropping by Kurobe Tourist Information Center.
Meiken-onsen Meiken-onsen stands on a cliff along the Babadani River, and its open-air bath is full of wildness.They serve enjoyable dishes with mountain vegetables and river fish.They accept day-use guests.About 20-minute walk from Keyakidaira Station. Please confirm business days before visiting, by making a call or dropping by Kurobe Tourist Information Center.
Babadani-onsen Babadani-onsen is the source of Sarutobi Sanso, Meiken-onsen and Kawara Footbath. Hot water is gushing out at 'Babadani Jigoku'. Babadani-onsen's open air bath has the good view and you can enjoy the very nature.They accept day-use guests. About 60-minute walk from Keyakidaira Station. Please confirm business days before visiting, by making a call or dropping by Kurobe Tourist Information Center.