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Tojinbo Cliff, Sakai
(3.7/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web)
Hike along Tojinbo Cliff, a series of rocky basalt cliffs that stretch for 1 km (0.6 mi) overlooking the Sea of Japan. Explore the rugged coast and note interesting rock formations eroded by the waves that crash on the bluffs, forming tall stone pillars and chasms. You can also enjoy the scenic landscape on a cruise along the shore, if the weather allows it. Climb the nearby Tojimbo Tower to enjoy a panoramic vista of the seaside beyond the cliffs. Arrange your visit to Tojinbo Cliff and discover more family-friendly attractions in Sakai using our Sakai vacation generator.
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  • Amazing scenery and transported to a child and say that only remained in the memory. Watch again is still overwhelming. Imagine the lava had flowed to where columnar joint say up there, and as reconfirmed the enormity of nature. Here tojinbo in dangerous attraction to "no trespassing" signs, safety fence, etc., are all at your own risk. Is there no artifacts so this naturally visitors who appeal. To tell people of, wind, waves badly tourism cannot quite be so. Only this area, lively tourist souvenir shops, restaurants and hotels. Awara hot spring by using the bus. In the souvenir shop of the bus you can leave baggage free of charge. Is safe for walking on the broken rocks so light, a day of exploring. It may be measures reduce the risks as far as guarding tourist destination.
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  • Good waves intensely the ships flew a stormy waves and cliffs. Didn't think was worth the bother to come, but you want to repeat many times. Not paying the price because tourism, went up to the Tower, but the climb. Parking fees are taken at different rates, and...
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  • Beautiful sight. When you reach the car park, walk to the Observatory, which is a cobbled walkways. Rugged tract surface must use caution and high vantage point must down the stairs. Corridor down to no handrails The elderly should have take care or watch high cliffs as attract tourists but should with caution.
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