Byobuiwa (folding-screen rock)
Byobuiwa rock is an andesite with a height of 13 meters, and was named for its resemblance to a Japanese folding screen (Byobu) as it rises from the ocean surface. There are 5 smaller rocks in a line towards the north-west which indicate a change in the plateau.
There is an observation area along National Route 178, where you can relax and take in the view of Byobuiwa rock.
The observation deck is a great spot for photographs, not only of Byobuiwa Rock, but for the magnificent, panoramic view of the ocean.
Nearby Points of Interest:
Restaurants in Tango
Kyogamisaki Lighthouse – Sightseeing
Tateiwa – Sightseeing
Tateiwa Guided Walk – Activity
Takano Shrine – Cultural Sightseeing
Onaru Burial Mounds – Historic Sightseeing
Tenki Tenki Tango – Giftshop
Tango Onsen Hashiudo-so – Hot Spring
Tateiwa & Nochigahama Beach – Beach & Campsite
- Fudeshi, Tango-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture 627-0222