A Symbol of Romanic Love

700 meters off the coast of Mie sits a pair of large rocks referred to as Fuufu-iwa [married couple rock]. The larger 9-meter-tall rock is considered to be the man and the smaller 4-mete-tall rock is considered the woman. The two are connected by a large rope. For many years, this spot has been a popular destination to watch the sunrise—especially between May and July when the Sun appears to rise from between the two rocks. It is considered a symbol of love to couples in Japan.

Address 575 Futamichoue, Ise, Mie Prefecture 519-0602
Directions



Route 1
Kintetsu Nagoya Limited Express (platform 4 or 5) from Nagoya to Ise (1h and 30m)
JR Sanmiya Line (platform2) from Ise to Futamiura (10m)
Walk about 15 minutes from Futamigaura station

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Route 2
Kintetsu Nagoya Limited Express (platform 4 or 5) from Nagoya to Ise (1h and 30m)
Mie Kotsu Ise-Futami-Toba Bus CAN Bus (platform 7) from Ise to Meotoiwa east exit • Ise Sea Paradise-mae (40m)

Business hours


None

Recommended time to visit is at sunrise and sunset.

Holidays

None

Contact

0596-43-2020

Wi-Fi

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Credit card payment

Free

Supported languages

None

Price

Free

Average visit length

30 minutes -1 hour

Websites Official Site (JPN)https://ise-seaparadise.com/meotoiwa/VISIT ISESHIMA (JPN)https://www.iseshima-kanko.jp/spot/1292/

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