Islands Large and Small Scattered Along the Coast
Starting out from Kashikojima, which was home to the Ise Shima Summit, a cluster of islands are laid out, forming Ago Bay. The Yokoyama Observatory here is a very popular photo spot and the sunset here is spectacularly beautiful. You can take a cruise to see how people cultivate pearls here. Because of its beauty, Ago Bay is often called the Japanese Aegean Sea. There are many restaurants where you can eat lots of fresh seafood as well. "
Yokoyama Observatory Take Kintetsu Nagoya Line from Nagoya Station to Ugata Station (About 2h5m) Take a taxi (About 10m)
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|Average visit length||About 1-2 hours|