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ちょっと怖いけインスタ映えスポット Little bit scary but good for photogenic

東尋坊の近くにある観光スポット。真っ赤な橋とその先にある小島がとてもインスタ映えするので結構観光客も多いです。実際橋を渡って島に上陸すると、大自然を満喫でき、タイムスリップした気分になります。ただ、雰... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2018
KonaHualalai
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Chiba, Japan
via mobile
Beautiful Bridge

The bridge to go here is long and red and really beautiful to walk across with the ocean water... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2017
Julia C
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26 Aug 2018
“ちょっと怖いけインスタ映えスポット Little bit scary but good for photogenic”
3 May 2018
“Nice short trip”
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Reviewed 27 August 2018 via mobile

東尋坊の近くにある観光スポット。真っ赤な橋とその先にある小島がとてもインスタ映えするので結構観光客も多いです。実際橋を渡って島に上陸すると、大自然を満喫でき、タイムスリップした気分になります。ただ、雰囲気がちょっと怖いです。。。トイレはありませんので要注意です。また、島を歩く際は、足下がかなり悪く階段が急なので靴で行くことをお勧めします。 Good spot for Photogenic. There is a long bridge in Red and go way to the small island. The island is segregated from the main land. You can feel the real nature there and find out some Beatles (e,g, Butterflies). But the atmosphere is...More

Thank KonaHualalai
Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

Must do on the way to Tojinbo cliff A short hicking of 30 minutes. Cold because of windy, so be very well prepared.

Thank Pierre V
Reviewed 16 November 2017

Beautiful scenery and hiking route around the island, which takes about 30 minutes to walk around while enjoying views of the sea, rocks like those at nearby Tojimbo, a shrine, and nature. The bridge is also very impressive, and kept very red like the Torii...More

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Reviewed 19 July 2017

The bridge to go here is long and red and really beautiful to walk across with the ocean water surrounding you. You wont see many people on the island though as to my understanding its quite unlucky to go to this island with someone you...More

1  Thank Julia C
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

We stopped by this island when we visit Tojinbo cliff. It is only 3 minutes drive from Tojinbo cliff or take 20 minutes walk. The bridge from mainland to this island is lovely and pleasant walk.

Thank Chaicharn D
Reviewed 26 October 2016 via mobile

This place is suitable to visit during autumn. There were no mosquitoes but the wind was strong. I think you can take some interesting photos here. It is a 45 mins hike from tojinbo. You could also take the hourly bus. Please support the old...More

Thank meim m
Reviewed 29 May 2016

The bridge crossing to the island was really pretty. When we got to the island we decided to climb the steps and follow the path around the island. The steps are pretty rough and steep. Not sure it will be everyone's cup of tea. When...More

Thank Fundrzr
Reviewed 4 April 2016

If you have time, stop by here after Tojinbo cliffs. The views are pretty from here too. You can hike up the hill if you have time. It's worth a side trip after Tojinbo.

Thank kobekeith
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