Cape Manazuru

Sightseeing information about Cape Manazuru in Japan.

Cape Manazuru (Manazuru Misaki)3.3

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Cape Manazuru is a cape located at the tip of the Manazuru Peninsula, in the south part of Kanagawa Prefecture which is made of lava from the Hakone Volcano when it erupted about 150 thousand years ago. From the cape, you can view Izu Oshima Island and Hatsushima Island on sunny days. The area is surrounded by a primeval forest with gigantic trees and there are four promenades provided so you can take a walk in the forest. 500 meters off from the tip of the cape, the Mitsu-ishi (Three Rocks) with a sacred rope can be seen among sea and you can reach the boulders from the beach by walking on the sandbar with small rocks during low tide.

Purposeocean & beach,nature,Nature & Wildlife,sightseeing
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4.08 months ago

Cool rock formations at the beach. Twin/couple rock formation further at sea connected to the beach by other rocks. Can be crossed during lowtide.

Probably a good spot for long exposure photography during dawn or in the evening.

4.09 months ago

Beautiful place, the only thing that ruins it is how much garbage there is on the beach, it is heart breaking.

5.09 months ago

Very beautiful for a sunrise! Just be careful which path you take!

5.011 months ago

There's free parking nearby and paths leading down to the water. The main path around the cliff is damaged at one point, so it's not safe to access. You can still see a lot, and there's a cafe at the top of the lookout. It's a beautiful area that's quiet and peaceful. Definitely worth a stop if you're in the area. The shrine out on the rocks might be accessible during the right time of year if the tide is right?

5.011 months ago

Very cool spot and not a lot of people.

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