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Hashigui-iwa, Kushimoto-cho
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Observe the legendary rock formations rising like jagged, geological shark fins from the water at Hashigui-iwa. This odd composition extends in a straight line for a distance of 850 m (2,788 ft) towards the neighboring island. Low tide exposes the rocky seabed, allowing for up-close inspection of these monoliths--apparently caused by weathering over the ages. Folklore suggests a different tale, however, telling how the strange forms are the foundations of an ancient bridge, sabotaged by a fearsome monster named Amanojaku. By using our Kushimoto-cho trip itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Hashigui-iwa and other attractions in Kushimoto-cho.
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  • Located just about a 10 minutes drive away from the lovely sandy beach of Shirahama. You can walk along the rock formations during low tide and is supposedly a very nice venue to capture the sunset. I...  more »
  • During the winter, the sea was made very very nice scenery (be ▽ ')-went to coldness, however, the wind is very strong, so I! I would like to go to warm in the summer following the!
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  • I have ever been Osaka with my family in August 2016. I took this picture in Osaka Wakayama. This beautiful landscape is called Hashigui-iwa(橋杭岩). When I arrived there, I were shocked because of limpi...  more »