The coast arose from rising bedrock during an earthquake in 1792. If you gaze at the sunset that slowly sinks into the Japan Sea, it seems as if time is forgotten.
Enoshima (Fujisawa city, Kanagawa prefecture)
When I was watching the setting sun from Enoshima Sea Candle, the moment the sun set in the Izu peninsula I heard a sigh from all around the observatory.
We can see the curved view and horizon from Omaezaki, which juts into the Sea of Enshu.
The sun setting in the sea shows us the vastness of the sea and the nobleness of the earth.
We can see Noto peninsula over the Toyama bay, and the sun sets slowly in the Noto peninsula. We can spend time slowly by relaxing, and become almost swallowed by the sunset.
We can see sunset that falls into the sand dunes of Japan.
We can be moved by the enormous sunset that falls west of the Tottori Sand Dunes.
Kikugahama is a famous defensive mound built by women when they heard that the Bakufu army was coming.
The sunset we can see from Kikugahama makes us feel the same coldness as those at the end of Edo Period felt.