Cape Miyakozaki was designated as the Amami Gunto Quasi-National Park in 1974 and then upgraded to a national park (category 3) in March 2017.
Marvel at the beauty of the vast expanse of blue ocean as it can only be seen from a remote island!
The site is known as Yamato-son’s largest scenic site and was chosen as a filming location for the opening sequence of the 2018 NHK historical drama television show, Sego-don.
The cape is covered with short bamboo trees, and clear blue coral reefs extend from the coastline.
This cape offers seemingly limitless panoramic views only seen from a remote island.
|Address||Kuninao, Yamato-son, Oshima-gun, Kagoshima|
|Access||Approx. 25 min. by car from downtown Naze to Miyakozaki Cape's car park; and approx. 20 min. on foot from the car park to the Cape.|
|Inquiries||TEL:0997-57-2111 (Yamato-son Town Hall, Industrial Promotion Division)|
|Event Period||Open every day|