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Mio Island
三尾大島

A wonderful islet of joint pillars.
Mio Island is a beautiful, hexagonal shaped island off the coast of Northern Hyogo. It is a designated natural national monument and part of the San'in Kaigan, UNESCO Global Geopark. The island is also nicknamed "Awabi Island" because it resembles an awabi, Japanese for abalone shell. A cluster of interesting cave and rock (igneous and sedimentary) formations can be found dotting the 8 kilometer (5 mile) long coastline stretching between Shinonsen and the town of Kami. Such formations as Ryugu Cave, Mio Island, Shitaara Cave, Nokogiri Misaki Cap and much more.
Address 210 Mio, Shinonsen-cho, Mikata-gun, Hyogo
〒669-6715 兵庫県美方郡新温泉町三尾210
Nearest station JR:Hamasaka station (浜坂駅)
Shin'onsen-Chomin Bus: Mio (三尾)
TEL 0796-82-5757(Mihonoura Water Taxi)
HP http://blog.livedoor.jp/mihonoura/archives/26357735.html
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