Awa no Dochu

Other Natural Terrain
Located an approximately 15-minute drive from the Wakicho Interchange or Awa Parking Area on the Tokushima Expressway, it has a unique landscape characterized by distinctive pillars of soil formed by the erosion of the gravel bed. In addition to Hatogatake designated a national natural monument, the topography consists of five peaks including Tachibanadake, Mushirodake, Furodake and Torodake, and it is one of the world's three largest with the Rocky Mountains in the United States and the Earth Pyramids of South Tyrol in Italy. With a promenade and an observation deck in the vicinity, it is possible to look out from various angles. It is also illuminated in the nighttime.

Spot details

Address
Tokushima Pref. Awashi Awachousakuranoka
Phone
0883354211
Hours
[Light up]
[The summer season (May--Aug.)] Sunset-22:00
[Winter season (Sep.--April.)] Sunset-21:00
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free

[Sightseeing guide]
[Front observatory course] 500yen
[Hawatake course] 700yen
[Hiking course] 1,000yen
* For one guide
Parking Lot
Available (Saturday pillar breeze open space)
* Free
Credit Card
Not available
Note
0883-35-4211 (Awa City Tourism Association)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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