Surface structure and profile of the Omuroyama Volcano lava flow; landscape of Jogasaki Coast
In Kadowakizaki, visitors can enjoy the dynamic landforms of Jogasaki formed by the Omuroyama Volcano.
From suspension bridges hanging over the undulating coastline, one can see “columnar joints”- rocks shaped like columns that form when lava cools down and contracts.
One can also see the marks left by new hot lava as it flowed onto and broke apart the patches of old lava that had already cooled down and solidified.
The Kadowaki Lighthouse also offers a beautiful panorama of the coast and the Omuroyama volcano.