Spectacle art collection of exposed Rocks created by raging wave
Hyuga is a bay city, facing the Hyuga nada Sea.
The whole area along Cape Hyuga- misaki with its many exposed rocks is designated
as the Nippo-Kaigan Quasi-National Park. Umagase at the top of Cape Hyuga-misaki is
a precipitous cliff of pillar-like rock, towering as high as 70m.
Your dream come true here
The Cruz Sea is an area of ocean that appears to have a cross in it when viewed
from an observatory. This cape is known as a ria coast; the “cross shape” was created
by the narrow terrain here being eroded by rivers, resulting in a cross-shaped sea route.
Exciting scenery created by raging wave of Hyuga Sea
The coastline here is a ria coastline, marked by intricate waterways sandwiched between cliffs.
The cliffs here are 70m high and the waves’ splashing against them is an enchanting sight.
Let’s meet the old days of Japan
The area in the city is designated a National Important Preservation District for Groups of Historic
buildings, and there remain much of the atmosphere of the 19th century, including buildings of old
times, earthen walls, and stone pavements.
Recreation facilities faceing to Hyuga Sea
It is located along national road 10 in the southern part of Hyuga. It is a complex leisure
facility with hot spring facilities and road stations Hyuga, restaurants and camping grounds.
Location of Hyuga