伊豆半島ジオパークIzu Peninsula UNESCO Global Geopark

Eastern Izu

Anakiri Coast Trail

  • Lava flow from Mt. Amagi, striped pattern of soil strata and sea caves eroded by wave action.


    Most of the rocks we can see on the cliffs of Anagiri Coast are formed by the thick lava flow of Amagi Volcano with a striped pattern carved into the stones by lava as it flowed over them clearly showing the direction of the flow.

    In the cliffs over the bay, visitors can see sea caves carved in the rocks.

    The Omuroyama Volcano is visible to the distant north, and the Izu-Kougen and Jogasaki Coast can also be seen.

Basic information

  • Kiosk
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Universal access
Travel information
 
Safety information
Look out for falling rocks.
Access
 
Rest room
 
Kiosk & Rest houses
 
Parking information
There is no parking lot nearby, but there is a small parking space available for those coming by car.

Access map

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  • 伊豆半島ジオパークミュージアム ジオリア

  • 伊豆ジオ半島ジオパークの遊び方ガイド いずじおアクティビティ

Izu Peninsula Geo Guide Association
Izu Kyuko Line
IZUHAKONE Railway
Tokai bus