Shiroshima, which means "Castle Island," is so named for the stronghold that once stood on this small island with a shoreline of 4 km and an elevation of 21 meters. Today, Shiroshima is used as a park. Wave-cut platforms and giant's kettles are visible on the north side. Here and there you'll also see formations called domal structures that rise up to reveal the ground's geological layers.
- Postal Code
- Taiza, Tango Town, Kyotango City, Kyoto Prefecture
- Tangocho Branch, Kyotango City Tourism Association 0772-75-0437