Nojimazaki Lighthouse

This is a lighthouse located at the southernmost tip of the Boso Peninsula. Lit up in 1869 as the second lighthouse in Japan, it has a long history. It is also known as one of the only 16 "climbable lighthouses" in Japan and is visited by many people from the urban center. The spectacular view from the top of the lighthouse is a 360-degree panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and the Boso Peninsula! Also, in the adjacent material display room, you can learn about the huge lens used for the lighthouse, the mechanism of the lighthouse, and the history, which will surely be a memory of your trip. It is also perfect for independent research.

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Business Hours March to September/Weekday 9:00~16:30 Weekend 8:30~17:00 October to February/Weekday 9:00~16:00 Weekend 8:30~16:00
Regular Holiday Opening all-year-round
Tel +81470-38-3231
Street Address 630, Shirahamachoshirahama, Minamiboso, Chiba
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Notes Fee ¥300 (Junior high school student and older)

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