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Katsurahama Beach

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A place of scenic beauty symbolic of Kochi. The coastline stretches out in a bow shape, and the thick green of the pine trees in the background together with the multi-colored pebbles on the shore and the azure blue sea, create a harmony like that of a miniature garden.
Well-known as an excellent place for moon gazing since the old days.
A cape on the eastern side has a bronze statue of Sakamoto Ryoma, a patriot in the closing days of the Shogunate, looking down over the Pacific Ocean. The Katsurahama Aquarium and the Sakamoto Ryoma Memorial Museum are also located here.

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EAST AND WEST HISTORIES

Street address

9 Urado, Kochi City, Kochi

Access

Route1

  • From JR Kochi Station,
    take the "My Yu" Bus; approx. 60 min.

Route2

  • From JR Kochi Station, take a Tosaden Traffic bus
    (Katsurahama Line toward Katsurahama) (around 40 minutes)
    "Kochi Station Bus Terminal" -> "Katsurahama"

Opening Hours

Open 24 hours

Closed

Open everyday

Website

http://www.tourismshikoku.org/thingstodo/history.html

Best season

All year

Point

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