Cape Isobue Observation Deck/Tubasu Bell

This scenic spot is popular for its ``Tubas Bell'' that brings good luck and for its colorful votive tablets made of cypress fans and shells.

A scenic spot overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The sunset view on a clear day is breathtakingly beautiful. It is said that ringing the ``Tubasu Bell'', which got its name from a tragic love story between an ama diver and a fisherman, will bring good luck and success in life.
Continuing along National Route 260, you will head to Nanbari, a melon producing area.


517-0405 Minamibari, Hamajima-cho, Shima City
Opening hours
All day
Time taken
30 minutes
yes: 10 parking spaces
Public transportation: 23 minutes by bus bound for Shukuura from Kintetsu Ugata Station, 10 minutes walk from Isobue Pass
Car: Approximately 40 minutes from Ise Expressway Tamaki IC via Sunny Road
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