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We visited this place on our way to Hayatama-taisha. This is a natural landscape with terraced caves created by erosion of acid rock by water and wind. Onigajou means castle of the oni (ogre). The name comes from a legend that a pirate feared by...More
It was listed in the world heritage site as the part of "Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range". It is a vast quay of the tufa that the big and small sea caves sharpened for the raging waves of Kumano-nada lasts...More
Onigajo rocks is an interesting formation that has been a local attraction for many years. Unfortunately, some of the older areas have been fenced off due to deterioration, and have been closed off rather than renewed.
Still, it's a good place to see the power...More
came across this place while driving from nachi katsuura to Ise. decided to turn in to take a look and was surprised at this work of nature. quite a bit of area the explore but worth the effort. the cliffs are great for photos. the...More
I had not heard of this place before going there. I am definitely happy we stopped, however. Seeing the rocks that have been gouged out by the waves was very interesting. I think it would be especially interesting for children who are learning about erosion...More