An incline railway running from the Keage Boat Reservoir (upstream) to the Nanzenji Boat Reservoir (downstream). With a total length of 582 meters, the Keage Incline was the longest incline railway in the world at the time it was built. The incline railway allowed a boat to ascend the height difference of approximately 36 meters without unloading its cargo. The boat was loaded onto a trolley, and carried by the same mechanical principle used for cable cars. The rails of the incline are preserved as they were, and you can walk along them. It is a popular tourist spot, especially in spring when there are cherry blossoms splendidly blooming on both sides of the railway.