Tokage-iwa Lookout [Okinoshimacho]

A giant rock that seems ready to move even now

Named after the fact that it appears to be a 26 m long giant lizard creeping up the cliff, Tokage-iwa (Lizard Rock) is one of Japan's top three strange rock formations, carved over the span of 10,000 years, making you feel the greatness of nature. In the creek along the promenade leading to Tokage-iwa seen from the Lookout, you can find the Oki Salamander, a species endemic to Oki.

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"60 min. by car from Saigō Port
Free of Charge
Open all year round
No parking
Fuse, Okinoshima-cho, Oki-gun, Shimane Prefecture"

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