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Cape Ashizuri

Japan, 1349 Cape Ashizuri, Tosashimizu City, Kochi Prefecture 787-0315

Cape Ashizuri, the southernmost tip of Shikoku You can enjoy the observatory, promenade, rare plants, topography, etc. while walking. From the observatory, you can see a 270° panorama of the Pacific Ocean and powerful waves. On the promenade, you can enjoy the tunnels of trees, rock walls, and spectacular views while visiting the Seven Wonders of Kobo Daishi (Kukai), a monk who had a great influence on Japanese Buddhism. The symbolic lighthouse has been watching over the safety of ships for over 100 years. The bronze statue standing at the entrance is of John Manjiro, a great man of Tosa, and is said to face America, which is closely related to him. Sunrise in the early morning Pacific Ocean shining in the daytime Sunset in the evening Starry sky at night If you have come all the way to Kochi, it is also recommended to walk through the southernmost point.

Website https://www.japan.travel/en/spot/1975/
Access
  • From Tosa Kuroshio Railway Nakamura Station <Car> About 50 minutes <Bus> About 1 hour 40 minutes
Language 日本語
Other Multilingual pamphlets are available at the information desk to the left of the entrance.
Last Update : 2023.05.31   ARTH Inc.

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