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Cape Ashizuri

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The southernmost tip of Shikoku, where the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean stretch out before you from the jutting land. A view of more than 270 degrees can be seen from the observatory, so you can really feel just how round the earth is. Both "Cape Ashizuri" and the "view from Cape Ashizuri" have received two stars from the Michelin Green Guide. Furthermore, there are onsen inn facilities at Cape Ashizuri, so you can enjoy the brilliant starry sky at night while relaxing in the open air bath.

More Information about Cape Ashizuri

Street address

Ashizurimisaki, Tosashimizu City, Kochi

Access

  • 5 minutes by foot from Ashizurimisaki bus stop on the Kochi Seinan Kotsu Bus

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

https://visitkochijapan.com/en/see-and-do/10033

Best season

All year

Point

Between February and March, 150,000 camellias bloom on the Ashizuri Peninsula, with around 60,000 on the tip alone, and the contrast between the flowers and the sea is beautiful. The Cape Ashizuri Lighthouse, the symbol of the cape, was selected as one of Japan’s top 50 lighthouses.

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