Funakoshi Peninsula

Yamada Town


It is a peninsula that juts out between Funakoshi Bay and Yamada Bay, and the cliffs run from the middle of Mt. Kasurodake (504m above sea level) all the way to the sea, forming the 300m high reddish-brown cliff ``Akahira Kongo''. To the southeast of the Funakoshi Peninsula is an uninhabited island with a circumference of 2 km.The southeast of the island is the northern limit of tabu trees (a natural monument of the prefecture), and to the south is a granite sea shelf called Senjojiki.

028-1371 Funakoshichi, Yamada-cho, Shimohei-gun, Iwate Prefecture
(One company) Yamada Town Tourism Association
Route 1: Morioka Station → [150 minutes on conventional lines] Iwate Funakoshi Station → [1 minute walk] Funakoshi Peninsula

Route 2: Kitakami Ezuriko IC → [150 minutes by car] Funakoshi Peninsula

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