A spectacular rocky lava coast created by nature!
Jogasaki Coast is a representing view spot of Higashiizu, Shizuoka Prefecture. It is also part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.
The coast is formed out of igneous rock from eruptions of Mt. Omuro around 4000 years ago. Over time, the ocean eroded portions of the rock away. Today, the Jogasaki Coast spans around 9 kilometers.
To get the coast's best views, we recommend looking out over the ocean from the nearby suspension bridge or taking a tour boat to get a great view of the cliffs.
The Kadowaki Suspension Bridge is a 48-meter-long bridge up 23 meters in the air. It is one of the representing attractions of the Jogasaki Coast.
The bridge sways as people cross, making it a thrilling experience.
You can see a fantastic view of the rough cliff faces from the surrounding rocky area.
Along the coast, there are two walkways, the “Jogasaki Picnical Course” and “Jogasaki Nature Study Course” that extend for a combined 9 kilometers. If you’re lucky, you might even encounter wild squirrels along the way!
The clear ocean also makes scuba diving around Jogasaki Coast a popular attraction.
A beautiful scenery formed by lava from about 4,000 years ago.
The thrilling "Kadowaki Suspension Bridge" is a must-see!
You can see the Izu Islands and Amagi Mountain Range from the observatory.
Seasonal flowers bloom around the area.
- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- Futo, Ito City, Shizuoka
- 0557-37-6105 (Ito City Tourist Association)
- 30 minutes on foot from Jogasaki-Kaigan Station
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)