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  • Global Geopark

    • Tango Peninsula

      This area around this area is a high mountain called a coastal terrace which was formed by the uplifting marine table that was in the ancient ocean. In addition to being able to overlook the Tateiwa, the geostreist representing Kyotango City, it is a spectacular spot overlooking the Sea of ​​Japan, Observatory is also set up.
    • Tateiwa

      Tateiwa Gogahama Beach is a naturally formed rock of columnar basalt.
      The height is 20 meters.
      It is called "Tateiwa" because of its towering basalt, and it is one of the few naturally formed rocks in Japan.(Quoted from an explanatory signboard in Tateiwa, Kyotango City)
    • Taisei Tomb Group

      Taisei Tomb Group is Tangocho Takeno, and from the end of the 6th century to the beginning of the 7th century, there are ancient tombs.There are various excavated items from this ancient tomb, which are considered valuable materials showing the power of the Tango area at the time
    • Byobu-iwa

      It is called "Byobu-iwa" because the standing rock looks like a folding screen.
      You can see it immediately from the rest facility on National Route 178.
      It has been selected as one of Kyoto's 200 Nature Spots.
    • Blue Grotto

      The clear blue sea is said to be Tango Mediterranean Sea.
      The best way to see the San'in Geopark and Blue Cave on a fishing boat
  • Rooftops of Taiza Fisherman Town

    • Taiza skyline

      Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture located in the Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture off the coast of Tango Peninsula is characterized by sudden depth Do submarine terrain to reach a depth of 200m in just 15 km from the coastline, blessed landed been Taiza Crab (the Suwaigani) at the beginning abalone and seafood in Taiza Fishing Port You are
      In addition, although Showa around is also the Tango Silk Crepe of origin was the heyday, and the sound of and even now passing through the Town of Taiza the weaving machine "slam-slam" is sounded over indescribable atmosphere full of elegance seen.
    • Taiza Fishing Port

      The fishing ground for Taiza Crab is an area where fishing can be done on a day trip from 30 to 40 kilometers off Taiza Port to offshore and 200 to 300 meters deep.While the speed is life, Taiza Crab will be held with these five small fishing boats: Aishin-maru, Kaiun-maru, Kyoshin-maru Kaiun-maru, Taiyu-maru, Hourai-maru.
    • Taiza sea pool (Hydrophilic pool)

      There is a semi-natural pool into which seawater flows by digging rocks, and you can play in the rocks.
      It is a shallow area with feet, and it is also recommended for small children.
      There are also shells, crabs, and hermit crabs on the rocky area, and there are fish in the area, so it is a place where you can interact with the nature of the sea.
    • Taiza skyline

    • Alley

    • Dried fresh fish landing at the Taiza Port Dried fish

    • The traditional red post also has a feeling

  • Kyoto Prefecture northernmost tip, Kyogamisaki Lighthouse

    • Kyogamisaki Lighthouse

      The "Kyogamisaki Lighthouse" is a lighthouse with a precious first-order lens that currently has only six places in Japan, and the scenery that you want to see from a cliff 140 meters above sea level is also selected as "Japan 100 Scenic Views spots in Japan 100 Scenic Views"Japan’s 50 Lighthouses Selection It is counted as one of the Japan’s 50 Lighthouses Selection.
  • Jojima

    • Jojima Park

      It is called "Jojima" because the castle was once set on the small island of 4 km and 21 m high.
      It is now used as a nature park, and you can check waveshifts and pot holes in the northern part of the island.
      Here, structures called "dome-like structures", where the strata are raised, can be seen in various places.
    • Stone statue in Jojima Park