Cape Ashizuri

足摺岬(Ashizuri Misaki)
Views of the dynamic landscape of Shikoku's most southern cape.
“Cape Ashizuri” is at the southernmost tip of Shikoku. From the observatory, 270 degree views allow you to clearly perceive just how round the earth is. Standing on the edge of the cliffs is Cape Ashizuri Lighthouse, one of the largest lighthouses in Japan and the symbol of the cape. Along with an abundance of subtropical plants, there are many variants of camellia growing here, giving rise to the nickname "Cape Camellia."
At nearby Tatsukushi and Minokoshi Coasts, exciting views of coral reefs and tropical fish await you on glass-bottom boat tours.
Regions
West
Themes
Nature
Address 高知県土佐清水市足摺岬
Telephone Number 0880-82-3155
Tosashimizu City Tourism Association
Emailinfo@shimizu-kankou.cpm
OpenCamellia: Mid-February to late February
Daylily: August to October
Price●Admission free
Directions●Get off at Nakamura Station on Tosa Kuroshio Railway and change to an Ashizuri-misaki-bound bus operated by Kochi Seinan Kotsu (about a approx. 1hr 40min ride).
●Approx. 2hr 20min drive from Shimanto Chuo IC
Map Code907 197 564*30

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