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Kashinozaki Lighthouse, Kushimoto-cho

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Kashinozaki Lighthouse is a lighthouse on the island of Kii Ōshima, which is administered by Kushimoto, Wakayama, Japan.HistoryIt was one of the lighthouses designed by Richard Henry Brunton, who was hired by the government of Japan in the Meiji period to help construct lighthouses in Japan to make it safe for foreign ships.
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  •  10.2 m in height, was built by British engineer Richard Henry Brunton design, 0/1870 (1870), based on signed with the four countries of the United States and Britain, and France, ran 0/1866 (1866) to break tax treaty (Treaty of Edo), promised to build eight lighthouses of Japan's first stone lighthouse. Former official provided the registered tangible cultural property of the country. Easy said when he visited was home to planting, and planted daffodils bloom, sweet scent was drifting.
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  • Landscapes came out by suspense theater, home with magnificent sea view. Personally, going by sea ships of light is recommended. The souvenir shop sells home ice cream on the way from the parking lot. Summer night is terrifying because mosquito measures and not tough.
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  • I think as a stone lighthouse was built in 1870, Japan's oldest historical value of high lighthouse. I think currently has been renovated slightly for spiral staircase, built around, you can see even more closely. And I think the Ertugrul shipwreck case very high value of the site.
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