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Updated: October 1, 2019

Otaineura Dike and Fudeshima Island おたいね浦の岩脈と筆島

Habuminato, Oshima-machi, Tokyo

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A brush-shaped rock out and about in the ocean

This spot offers vast views of the Pacific Ocean. With the shape of the tip of a writing brush, Fudeshima Island stands out on the beach of the Otaineura Coast, with a height of 30 meters, and is a sacred place worshiped by locals. Enjoy the coastal views and imagine how volcanic activities 100 million years ago formed the islands today.


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