日和山 【Currently, closed. Reopen schedule is undecided.】Hiyoriyama

Stone direction marker remains from the Edo Period

Hiyoriyama is a 68 m mountain situated to the west side of Toba Station. Today there is an observation deck on the top of the hill, where a stone direction marker remains from the Edo Period (17th to 19th century), when Toba thrived as a stopping point for the "1,000 koku ships," and seafarers came to the hill to observe and forecast the weather at sea. The hill commands a good view of Toba Bay, visible behind the Shiawase no Kane, or "Bell of Happiness."

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Information

Address 517-0011 三重県鳥羽市鳥羽2
Telephone Number 0599-25-1157(鳥羽市観光課)
Getting here by public transport Approx 15 minutes on foot from JR or Kintetsu "Toba" station

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