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Cape Hennazi is a 1.5 mile tendril that ends at the lighthouse. A national landmark, the Higashi Hennazaki Lighthouse keeps ships out of the shallow seas and humongous boulders surrounding the cape.
The road from the highway takes you to within 1/4 mile of the...More
Though at the cape itself, there is a park that has great view of the ocean. Paying 200yen/pax to go up and have some cool wind (against the hot day) is even better. Enjoy the various blue tones of the Ocean from the top.
The view is very good as it is really at the tip of a long narrow cape. Because it is a rock, not a sand, its height is enough. The lighthouse can get on at 200 yen, but on the day...More
The lighthouse is pretty much just a lighthouse. There is a small plaque detailing the various boat wrecks in the 1940's which led to the construction of the lighthouse. What was amazing were the views of the waters/rocks at the end of the cape. On...More
North end of Miyako, the Lighthouse offers a great panoramic view of beautiful water and rock formations. It is about a 700m walk from the parking lot, but you Poke-goers may 'find' some interest, as well. Bathrooms and vending machines at parking lot.
It's a pretty lighthouse, easy walk to the top to take in beautiful views. The lush grounds are very well kept and it was a peaceful environment, at least when we went in the spring. It was 200 yen for adults to go into the...More