The emerald green sea and a small island floating along the way.The standard composition of Tsunoshima and Tsunoshima Ohashi, it was a wonderful view.It was crowded with many people from Japan to overseas.I personally recommend the fish I ate on the island as they were very delicious.
It is a spot where you can see a magnificent landscape with rugged limestone all over.The photo shows Akiyoshidai when the sun started to rise.I waited before dawn and took a picture.It’s a shame that the camera isn’t good enough to photograph clearly, but the view of the rising sun in the great outdoors was wonderful.
On Akiyoshidai on the day I went to shoot, I could see shooting stars many times when I could see the stars very well and looked at the sky a little.Perhaps because it was summer vacation, many families with children in the parking lot were observing the starry sky, even elementary school children.A lot of people were looking at the starry sky while lying down with their leisure seats next to the car, and it was a wonderful atmosphere.
Akiyoshido is located 100m underground on the south side of Akiyoshidai.The cave is wide and the temperature is 17 degrees throughout the year.It was chilly even in summer.The water drops dripping from the ceiling to the limestone cave are mysterious and very beautiful.At this time, I couldn’t make the settings well, and ended up shooting with the auto function for night views.Too bad.
The water is so clear that you can see through to the bottom of the pond, and the carp-colored carps that swim around add color to the scenery.When there is no wind, the scenery is reflected on the surface of the water like a mirror, so it is recommended.However, when the water is drought, the water level will drop considerably and it may not be possible to see the mysterious sight.