Looking from above one can see Omaezaki (Shizuoka Prefecture), and even Mount Fuji if the weather is clear.
Located at Anori Misaki, which separates the calm waves of Matoya Bay from the Pacific Ocean. Although it is an unusual square-shaped lighthouse, it was actually wooden and octagonal in shape when it was completed in 1873, and was the earliest lighthouse to begin operation between Ise and Kumano. The lighthouse, which stands beyond a grass-covered garden, is open to visitors who wish to climb it, and looking from above one can see Omaezaki (Shizuoka Prefecture), and even Mount Fuji if the weather is clear.
|Business Hours||9am to 4pm|
|Price||Adult 200 yen|
|Directions||Approx 20 minutes on foot from "Anori", which is a bus stop approx 20 minutes from Kintetsu "Ugata" station by bus