This cape on the border between Tottori city's Ketakacho and Aoyacho districts formed when a lava flow from volcanic activity late in the formation of the Sea of Japan formed a flat plateau at an elevation of about 80 meters. The entire cape is part of Nishi Inaba Prefectural Natural Park.
[Access] 3 min. taxi from JR Aoya Stn (2km). Can be seen from Natsutomari fishing harbor
Car: Exit the Sanindo-Aoya Interchange heading north, cross old Route 9 and heads toward the Natsutomari fishing harbor
[Multilingual Services] English pamphlets
- Postal Code
- Aoya, Aoya Town, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture
- Aoya Local Culture Hall 0857-85-2351 (9:00-17:00)