Tsushima, the Border Island
A popular tourist destination where an observation deck offers a bird's eye view of Aso Bay and a typical ria coast.
Tsushima, the border island facing South Korea, has many places for you to enjoy the majestic nature, including a bird's eye view of Aso Bay from Eboshi-dake.
Eboshi-dake, reaching a height of 176 m, is located on the north shore of Aso Bay in the center of Tsushima. An observatory there offers a 360-degree view. The road leading up to the mountaintop and the parking area are well-organized. If you climb the steps from the parking area to the observatory for about ten minutes, you will be able to see the Tsushima Strait to the east and the Korea Strait to the west, thus getting a bird's eye view of a typical ria coast, with intricate coves and numerous islands.
This is a popular tourist destination where you can experience the history of Aso Bay, which has been known as an excellent natural port since ancient times, and a majestic view of the ria coast.
Aso Bay Excursion
A cruise across Aso Bay, surrounded by majestic nature.
Aso Bay, located at the center of Tsushima, is a typical ria coast, with intricate coves and numerous islands. The entire area is designated as Iki-Tsushima Quasi-National Park, featuring the scenic beauty of the coastal area.
Sea Kayak Touring
Sea kayak touring to enjoy a majestic view of nature in Tsushima.
Aso Bay has also been known as an excellent natural port since ancient times.
Aso Bay (as well as Shushi Bay to the north) is a scenic tourist destination designated as a part of Iki-Tsushima Quasi-National Park. One popular activity here is sea kayak touring, which enables you to enjoy the majestic view.