Shikoku Sights

Katsurahama Beach

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  • Kochi
  • Geological Site

Published 12/10/2015

Fodor's Review

The prefecture may be known for its great surfing and swimming beaches, but rocky Katsurahama Beach has other attractions. It's best known for its giant statue of the 19th-century political reformer Sakamoto Ryoma, Kochi's local-born hero, staring grimly out to sea from his big black pedestal. The view from a cliff-top shrine is great (moon-watching from this spot is depicted in many prints). Get here by bus (35 minutes) from Kochi Station.

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Address:

778 Urado, Kochi, Kochi-ken, Japan

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Published 12/10/2015

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