Jogashima is listed with 2 stars in the Michelin Green Guide Japan, which means “a place you should take a detour if you are nearby”. “Nature remains intact on the south coast. You can enjoy walking on the cliffs and looking at the sea and Mt. Fuji while taking a walk.” Prefectural Jogashima Park is also rich in plants, with hydrangeas in summer, honeysuckle in autumn, and daffodils in winter. Also, from November to April every year, Japanese cormorants, lesser cormorants, and black egrets fly to the area, making it a traditional sight.
Information from Jogashima Park
Introducing the features of Jogashima Park and a map of the park
How to get to Jogashima Park