Nojimasaki Lighthouse, Minamiboso

Nojimasaki Lighthouse is located in Minamiboso. Using our online itinerary creator, Minamiboso attractions like Nojimasaki Lighthouse can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Boso, winter is warm. Wild heart is washed off watching Shimazaki Cape Hotel to stay, relaxing evening sun sinks. Moving slowly farther off the boat and disappear somewhere. There are many drifting in the morning. A greenhouse near the blooming bougainvillea, papaya, coconut and banana has. Dragon fruit juice drink. Boso is good!
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  • Boso peninsula southernmost nojima Saki Lighthouse is it's in 1870, built in Japan in the second, were destroyed in the great Kanto earthquake. Of the present octagonal lighthouse was built in 1925 in the spiral stairs to the observation deck that you can. We enjoyed the views round the Earth.
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  • Was exploring the morning stayed at a nearby hotel. Lighthouse mainly 15-20 minutes walk there are. She so fine families. The craggy rocks and white-crested waves is beautiful.
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  • Beautiful place, amazing views.
  • Not the sort of lighthouse you expect to see if ur from the west,but get over that and this place is well worth a visit
  • Nice
  • Nice spot, good clean grassy area for a picnic.
  • It feels like the end of the world

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A number of hotels, ranging from high-end to budget-friendly, line the coast of Minamiboso, often boasting onsite restaurants and pools. For an authentic experience, you could stay in an "onsen" hot spring resort, or one of the many "minshuku," traditional Japanese guesthouses that offer basic facilities and simple, cozy rooms. For the truly budget-conscious traveler, a popular option, especially in the summer months, is camping. Tourists often opt to camp out on one of the beaches, or rent a cabin up in the surrounding mountains.
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