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Cape Ahizuri in the southernmost tip of Shikoku is located in Tosashimizu City, Kochi Prefecture. The lighthouse made of chalk on the cliffs of Cape Ashizuri is one of the largest lighthouses in Japan and has been the guardian of ships traveling offshore since it was lit in 1914. On a cruise around the Cape, you can see huge caves, strange rocks, and the wilderness created by the rough waves of the Kuroshio Current create spectacular scenery that cannot be seen from the land.
Cape Ashizuri, Tosashimizu City, Kochi Prefecture 787-0315
About an hour by car from Nakamura Station operated by the Tosa Kuroshio Railway; about an hour and 50 minutes by car from Shimantocho-Chuo IC; about 2 hours and 55 minutes by car from Kochi Ryoma Airport, or 2 hours and 50 minutes by car from Port of Kochi.
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