Senjojiki Rock

Travel Guide - Senjojiki Rock

Information

Facing the Pacific Ocean, Senjojiki is a plateau of huge rocks created by the erosion of the ocean's waves.
The name "Senjojiki" comes from the fact that it looks like several thousand Tatami mats joined together.
By standing on top of the plateau near the ocean, you can enjoy the thrill of watching surging waves crashing against the rocks.
You can also visit Sandanbeki Cliff from here by walking 20 minutes on a path which leads to the cliff.

Opening Hours

  • Open 24 hours

Closed

  • No closing days

Access / Public Transport

  • 21 minutes from JR Shirahama Station by the bus bound for Sandanbeki. Get off at Senjo-guchi Bus stop.

Address / Location

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Tweets

James L @JamesLi01714808 - 2021-09-05
Sandanbeki Rock Cliff - Lot of stunning views to see. The Cliff of about 50m in height to tower over the South Coas… https://t.co/PB9HjNakjB
Nedtek @djnedtek - 2021-06-24
I just uploaded 'LIVE FROM SENJOJIKI ROCK PLATEAU' to @mixcloud. Listen at https://t.co/mr8nAhKHKy
Connie @natto4breakfast - 2016-11-27
Winters in Japan are not that cold 😉 -If you're in the area check out Shirahama with its stunning rock formations: https://t.co/aTXrS9aq1N
Chris Maxwell @1chrismaxwell - 2016-11-11
Senjojiki. Is it just me or does the rock look like a fossilised dragon's head? https://t.co/VD7rokX9fT
Chuckz @chuckzenriquez - 2015-12-30
Senjojiki (Rock Formation) is a broad, sloping sandstone formation that extends into the Pacific… https://t.co/fwE5t4PHb3
Chuckz @chuckzenriquez - 2015-12-30
Senjojiki (Rock Formation) is a broad, sloping sandstone formation that extends into the Pacific… https://t.co/fwE5t4PHb3
Mercuryw @Mercuryw_ - 2015-12-20
This is the Senjojiki rock formation in Shirahama. #みくちゃ #Mikuture https://t.co/WNJynqiYgT
Welcome Kansai @welcomekansai - 2015-12-09
#Senjojiki, #Sandanbeki and #Engetsu are unique #rock #formations in #Shirahama
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Katsu_ToddlingRunner @k8rd - 2015-08-08
Sunrise 5km #running heading to Senjojiki Rock Plateau. Awesome views make me happy! http://t.co/TMBsE767Li
Photo Of The Day @iPhotoOfTheDay - 2015-03-01
Photo Of The Day #Photography Senjojiki rock plateau by rsakaism http://t.co/a0L9mJWxJL