Genre : Natural Wonders
Area : Omijima & Kayoi Area
Along this walking path, visitors can take in their fill of the sights of Omijima, and it's great rocks, ocean-carved pieces of art.
Many names have been given to these remarkable rock formations, and walking among them gives one the feeling of being in a natural art museum.
Summer's most famous sight is the setting sun sinking just between two tall, thin crags rising from the bay.
The walking path stretches for 1,900 meters, including two walking courses: 1,200 meters of pathway (about 40 minutes), and 700 meters (about 20 minutes).
Constructed in 1692, this tomb was erected for the unborn calf of a whaleRead more
Omijima Cherry Blossom Country
1,000 cherry trees burst into bloom along this sakura viewing spot.Read more
Omijima Island is a part of the Kita-Nagato Kaigan Quasi-National Park, an area protected for its scenic natural beauty.Read more