Inubosaki Lighthouse
Inubosaki Lighthouse
Inubosaki Lighthouse
Inubosaki Lighthouse
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It is a first class Western-style lighthouse built in 1874 by British engineer Richard Henry Brunton. Constructed using brick, it is the second highest tower in Japan, boasting of a 31.57-meter height. It was the 24th lighthouse lit in Japan. It is in this lighthouse where one will be able to see the "first sunrise in Japan" (excluding mountaintops and isolated islands), and with its beautiful scenery, a majestic oceanfront with the white lighthouse, many people come to this place every year to make their pledges for the New Year.

  • Address

    9576 Inubosaki, Choshi, Chiba, 288-0012

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  • Entry fee

    Adult: ¥200
    Children below elementary: Free

  • Opening Hours

    8:30-16:00

  • Closed

    Open all year
    (May be closed due to rainy weather, etc.)

  • Website

    http://www.choshikanko.com/extra/toudai/

  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point

    -

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    10 minutes on foot from Choshi Electric Railway-Inubo Station

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