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Tojinbo Cliff

Anto, Sakai 913-0064, Fukui Prefecture
+81 776-82-5515
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Awesome!!

We self drive, the parking was 500yen but it is fully redeemable once we made a purchase of... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
SoHengHeng
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Singapore, Singapore
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Beautiful scenery

Beautiful scenery, with the unusual cliffs and rocks and the sea, as always. Still busy in November... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
KlapauciusJapan
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Japan
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Anto, Sakai 913-0064, Fukui Prefecture
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We self drive, the parking was 500yen but it is fully redeemable once we made a purchase of 1000yen and above in their souvenir store. The cliffs and rock formations are amazing!! Beyond description!! It was very windy so the waves was big and furious...More

Thank SoHengHeng
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful scenery, with the unusual cliffs and rocks and the sea, as always. Still busy in November when the weather is good. Some nice paths along the cliffs leading to and away from the main tourist site, which can be quiet and also have great...More

1  Thank KlapauciusJapan
Reviewed 27 August 2017

It's a famous area of cliffs but not that spectacular, particularly given its location - a very long coast boasting many similar cliff scenery. Also the whole area which is a "national park" is full of car parks (all 500en) a main street of tourist...More

1  Thank ethicaltraveller66
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Ive been here on two different occasions, once on a cloudy rainy afternoon and once on a sunny summer day and the weather completely changed how the cliffs looked to me. They were stunning both times its an amazing place for photos. It looks like...More

1  Thank Julia C
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

The rocks are really impressive. You can climb down or up. You can also take the boat trips to see the rocks from a distance.

Thank Jiapeng Z
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

This is beautiful cliff that originate from magma explosion thousands years ago. It is very peculiar shape cliff with a nice photo spot.

Thank Chaicharn D
Reviewed 2 January 2017

Our tour guide told us this is home to some rare pokemon for gamers. It is a gorgeous sea cliff that is named after monk whose statue is at the bottom of lane of shops leading to cliff. Known as Suicide spot and can understand...More

Thank furikake
Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

The view here is extremely beautiful. It's worth taking the 45 min trip from awaraonsen. A very unique experience.

Thank meim m
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Years ago around 1997 or so we had a car available. So we decided to explore coastal sights along North Japan sea. This place came as a surprisingly beautiful place. We walked in the area and enjoyed the views. Much later from some Japanese friends...More

Thank oldlady1934
Reviewed 17 October 2016 via mobile

I highly recommend the boat tour. The boat enters the inlet and you can take lots of pictures. The place is famous for suicides, but we went on a sunny morning and it was beautiful. If you go at night or in bad weather, you...More

1  Thank hadaka_naked
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667daphnechia
7 May 2017|
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About 1000yen, I think. You also can take a bus.
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