Jodogahama Beach, located in the center of Sanriku Revival Coast and Sanriku Geopark, is a scenic spot representing Miyako City, Iwate Prefecture Tohoku Japan.
The contrast between the landscape of the white pebble beach and the blue sea is beautiful.
The transparent water color is also called the ultramarine blue sea because vivid colors such as emerald green and ultramarine blue can be seen depending on the viewing angle and the weather.
Jodogahama was named after the Ryuko Reikyu of the 7th Miyakoyama Joan-ji Temple Monk praised the scenery like the paradise Jodo that spread in front of you.
It is reported here that you have witnessed a spectacular view that you have never seen before about 300 years ago.
The rhyolite, which has cooled and hardened the volcanic magma, has repeatedly eroded over a long period of time, and you can see the scenic rocks lined with sharp rocks.
A fantastic sight that does not exist in Japan, as well as a landscape like a Japanese garden, can be said to be truly paradise.
This video contains a time-lapse movie of a starry scene taken for 6 hours since midnight and a daytime view of the beauty of the blue sea.