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Horikiri Pass

Oriuzako, Miyazaki 889-2164, Miyazaki Prefecture
+81 90-3321-9796
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A pleasant stop of point for views and a mango or some other weird icecream

View the weird rock formations (the washboards) and sample the local shopping in the road house... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2014
LondonTell
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London
A Geographic Treasure

A good site for viewing Aoshima on the left in far distance, and found the lines of eroded rocks... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2014
GGHolliday
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Hong Kong, China
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30 Nov 2014
“A pleasant stop of point for views and a mango or some other weird icecream”
3 Feb 2014
“A Geographic Treasure”
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Oriuzako, Miyazaki 889-2164, Miyazaki Prefecture
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+81 90-3321-9796
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Reviewed 30 November 2014

View the weird rock formations (the washboards) and sample the local shopping in the road house. Sample your first mango ice cream if just arrived at this part of Japan or even shrimp icecream or one of the other alternatives. Called in when driving south...More

1  Thank LondonTell
Reviewed 3 February 2014

A good site for viewing Aoshima on the left in far distance, and found the lines of eroded rocks extended further to the right on the coastline of Nichinan. Little disappointed as I thought I could watch the aerial view of Aoshima (as in post...More

1  Thank GGHolliday
Reviewed 8 October 2013

Along the way to Udo-Jingu Shrine, stopped at this beautiful site to admire the beautiful view. The amazing rock formation always interesting as looked like scales or spines of a dragon.

2  Thank seb_julian
Reviewed 8 August 2013

Typical ocean road journey, places to stop and take breathtaking pictures, and memories of your trip. It is more stimulating than taking the highway.

1  Thank Ravn
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