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A geopark city on the east coast of Kochi

Muroto has the distinction of being a city whose entire territory holds UNESCO Global Geopark status. This means that every effort is made to maintain the pristine natural beauty of the area, while at the same time promoting eco-friendly tourism.

Don't Miss

  • Gazing at the Pacific Ocean from Cape Muroto
  • Cycling through the UNESCO Global Geopark
  • Hiking along the coast of the Pacific Ocean

How to Get There

Take the Muroto-bound bus from Nahari Station.

To get to Nahari Station, take the Dosan Line from Kochi Station to Gomen Station. Transfer to the Gomen-Nahari Line to Nahari Station.

Marvelous rock formations

Muroto is on the Pacific Ocean, a seismically active area where the earth's crust has been expanding over millions of years. This phenomenon has produced some marvelous rock formations, not to mention a fabulous coastline.

Engage with the rural community

In addition to being blessed with natural beauty, Muroto is a wonderful rural community with a long history and kind local residents. There are almost limitless possibilities for new experiences in this oceanside city.


Near Muroto

Muroto Nature
Muroto Muroto-shi, Kochi-ken
Monets Garden Marmottan Attraction
Monet's Garden Marmottan Aki-gun, Kochi-ken
Takegashima Marine Park Attraction
Takegashima Marine Park Kaifu-gun, Tokushima-ken
Surf at Kaifu Point Action & Adventure
Kaifu Point Surfing Kaifu-gun, Tokushima-ken
kagamino park Nature
Kagamino Park Kami-shi, Kochi-ken
Mount Tsurugi Nature
Mt. Tsurugi Naka-gun, Tokushima-ken

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