A precipice located on Cape Hyuga in Nippo Kaigan Quasi-National Park. The cliff was formed when lava from a volcanic eruption cooled and hardened, and the name is thought to have come from the fact that the rocks resemble a horseback. With 200 meters in length, the geological feature has been designated a National Natural Monument. A popular destination due to its picturesque scenery, it is visited by large numbers of tourists.
- Miyazaki Pref. Hyugashi Hososhima
- Hyuga / Nobeoka Area
- Parking Lot
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- m | On foot about minutes
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