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angel road park

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4.2 (5154)

24-92 Kō, Tonosho, Shozu District, Kagawa 761-4101, Japan

Picturesque locale with a chain of islands connected by a walkable sandbar that appears at low tide.

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phone+81 879-62-2801
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WhoCares 2 months ago

A nice spot that you must stay for a while

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Alex Wan 3 months ago

The Angel Road is only visible and accessible to the island during low tide. So you will need to check the status of the tide if you want to walk to the island. It need not be at the lowest tide for accessibility to the island and a ebbing tide is preferred to walk to the island. We were not able to walk to the island as the tide was still high even though it was a ebbing tide and as the sun had already set we didn't wait for the tide to ebb further inorder to walk to the island as nightfall had started.

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GAN LAY YONG 4 months ago

Took Olive bus no. 6 here. As it was low tide, we could walk on the road or rather the beach. We walked till the end where we saw past visitors had hang blessings notes on the branches of the tree. It was a nice stroll on the beach. After that we headed to Yumi Katsura Lover's Sanctuary where we could ring the bell and looked down on Angel road

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Leia Liew 7 months ago

Really beautiful spot in Shodoshima! We went around 5.30/6pm and the light was gorgeous. It was low tide as well so we could walk to the other island!

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Vantageshots a year ago

We made a beeline straight for this place as soon as we got off the ferry, and were glad we took our car. The bus wait seemed a bit slow. We missed the tide around sunset, and it wasn’t too crowded when we went. I was able to fly my drone here and capture some beautiful footage of the rock formations around here. There was a couple that was getting wedded that day, and most people edged out of the way to let them take their wedding pictures. Most folks descend down the steps to here, and come straight to the beach area to take pictures of the “island”. But there also steps to the left that are a bit discreet; they lead up to a series of stairs that give you a nice panoramic view of the island and there is a lover’s bell up on the top as well.