Sanshiro Island and Tonboro Phenomenon
Sanshiro Island and Tonboro Phenomenon
Sanshiro Island and Tonboro Phenomenon Sanshiro Island and Tonboro Phenomenon

Sanshiro Island is the collective name for the islands of Zojima (Denbeijima), Nakanoshima, Okinosejima, and Takashima, depending on the angle from which you look at it, the number of islands can appear to be three or four, making it a mysterious group of islands.
The Tombolo phenomenon is a rare phenomenon in which a 250-meter-long, 30-meter-wide path appears between Sehama Beach and Zojima (Denbeijima) Island, which is located in front of the beach when the low tide is less than 50 cm. There is a tidal pool between Zojima and Nakanoshima Islands that is ideal for playing on the beach, and the larger the ebb tide, the more variety of creatures can be seen.

  • Address

    Nishina, Nishiizu-cho, Kamo-gun, Shizuoka 410-3514

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  • Entry fee

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  • Opening Hours

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  • Closed

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  • Website

    https://www.town.nishiizu.shizuoka.jp/...

  • Best Season

    Jan., Mar., Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep.

  • Point

    * Low tide days from March to September. It is not always seen every day, so please check the tide table from the Nishiizu Town website.

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    About 65 minutes from Shuzenji Road / Odaira IC

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