Byobuiwa (folding-screen rock)

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“Byobuiwa” rock is a 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 is an observatory area along National Route 178, where you can relax and take in the view of Byobu Rock.

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The observatory is a great spot for photographs, not only of the Byobu Rock, but for the magnificent, panoramic view of the ocean.

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Address
Fudeshi, Tango-cho, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture 627-0222