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After driving through some narrow mountain roads, we arrived at the lighthouse. It was 200 yen for adults to climb the lighthouse, and free for children. There are a lot of steps, since it's the tallest lighthouse in Japan--get ready to get your heart rate...More
You can climb the lighthouse for a small fee to see the Sea of Japan. Can walk out but that is after you have climbed up to the very top (about 6 stories). It gets very windy and chilly so do take care. However, if...More
The view from the observation deck is superb!
A panoramic view of the Shimane Peninsula in the panoramic Japanese Sea spreading under the eyes, a long series of Chinese mountainous areas far in the south, and the Oki Islands far into the far north.
Visited here on a fine summer day.
White active lighthouse.
You can climb up the 163 steps to the top in the daytime.
You can look down the blue vast sea.
Surrounded by green.
You can walk around the path looking up the lighthouse.
This is a nice scenic spot of the coast, with a nice little walk where you can take in the views. You definitely need a car to get here. Free parking is available.
There seemed to be a little pebble beach accessible from the parking...More
you dont need to go up the lighthouse to see great scenery of the seaside (its all stairs going up n down and there's an entrance fee). there are some walkways where u can walk closer to the shore nearby.
Make sure you take the bus right to the end, as even some Japanese people were confused and almost got off one stop early. The walk to the light house is short and fun as you go through a very small town atmosphere. There was...More
It`s very beautiful place to visit. You can see the rocks on the shore. There is a pathway that you can walk around.
There are local small business near, if you want to buy an ice cream or skid in a stick!! Lol