“Tojinbo Cliffs” is a national natural treasure located in the Echizen Kagakaigan Quasi National Park that features a dynamic view of columnar joints of pyroxene andesite that continues along the coast line for approximately 1 km.
Despite the seemingly soft appearance of the surface, the rocks are in fact very solid and hard. The scenic view of Tojinbo, therefore, could also be described as a piece of art that was created by the rough waves of the Sea of Japan.
Tojinbo provides a grand view from the cliffs, but it looks even better when viewed from the ferry! Enjoy a cruise in the pleasant sea breeze, looking at the beautiful scenery.
Treat yourself to a fine meal and souvenir shopping after a stroll along the rocky areas! Tojinbo Shopping Street has a variety of shops for many tourists.Visitors can enjoy fresh seafood and shopping for the wide variety of souvenirs available at each shop.The friendly shop staff is waiting for your visit.