Byobuiwa is a thin volcanic rock rising 13 meters out of the sea, and looks a lot like a Japanese folding screen. About 13 m high. To the northwest, there are a few small rocks jutting out from the sea in a straight line, which chart the geological changes in the terrain over time. There is an observatory on the road with a coastal terrace, which is an excellent location to watch sunsets in the summer.
address: Kyoto Prefecture Kyotango City Tango, Fudeshi
access: from Amino Station ⇒ take the Tankai Bus for 35 minutes and get off at "Fudeshi." It will be visible from the bus stop.
About 30 minutes by car from Amino Station