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Such a beautiful place to visit, and great to wonder around for a bit of an adventure over rocks and sand. Really pretty and love it when visiting and travelling Japan. Would highly recommend f you want beautiful sights. Carpark outside the tunnel which leads...More
We visited in a small rainy day, we park our car, an old couple ready to leave, 3 of us were the only there; when we leave, a tour bus was reached.
We walk pass the tunnel, it lead us to another world, lucky the...More
On the way to more famous Cape Kamui, our Japanese host decided to guess and stopped here instead. It was a great decision. After you cross a tunnel you get the breathtaking views and can go down to the quite beach with a pleasant walk.
The waters at this beach have a gorgeous shade of blue and is quite untouched. I'd hazard a guess and say that it's less visited than Cape Kamui which is not too far away (and certainly deserves a visit). It's quite serene and you would...More
It was cloudy on the day we went this place but it still looked very beautiful. We walked down to the beach and it was a quite steep walk, but it is not too hard. It was a different, beautiful view from down the beach...More
We first did the hike to the observation point, and then went through the tunnel and down to the beach. It was raining so we couldn't stay for long, but it was well worth it. The views are very dramatic, with the huge rock pillars...More
When you drive here, you'll notice that there's a really really long and steep walk down to the beach area. Chances are most people are not going to attempt the walk, but i say you should go for it! Yes it is steep, and in...More
I love the emerald green and blue crystal clear water from this beach. This place less crowded and untouched nature. I'm alone there in 20minutes. After that,a couple show up there and stay for 10 minutes only. I sat on the rock for 1 hour,...More