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Cape Inubo

Cape Inubo is a cape of 500 m around, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on three sides. Kimigahama Beach with white sand spreads in the north and a rocky area with strange-shaped large rocks in the south.
The white Inubosaki Lighthouse on the tip of the cape is the first building built with bricks made in Japan. A hot spring village is also located nearby, and you can enjoy the bath at five hotels overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

Basic Information


Cape Inubo


Cape Inubo, Choshi City, Chiba

Toilet Facilities


By Car

1 hour from Higashi-Kanto Expressway Sawara-Katori IC via R356

By Train

4-minute-walk from Choshi Electric Railway Inubo Station


Cretaceous shallow-water sediments at Cape Inubo are designated as a Natural Monument by Chiba Prefecture.

Other Information

Views and Scenery

Viewing Spots and Floors|Beautiful Sunrises|Beautiful Evening Scenery |Ocean View

Cultural Properties

Prefectural Historic Sites, Ruins, and Places of Scenic Beauty

Contact Information


Choshi City, Tourism, Commerce and Industry Division

Telephone Number




This information is information as of November 27, 2017.

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