A maritime promenade under the road of Onaruto Bridge over the Naruto Strait.
A dynamic whirlpool spreads below your eyes.
An art museum that recreates over 1000 western masterpieces on a ceramic plate in full scale.
A bus terminal where high-speed buses connect Tokushima and various places.
The product store houses Tokushima souvenirs such as famous confections and crafts.
The highest observation deck in the Naruto skyline, where the calm Uchino Sea landscape spreads.
A facility where you can enjoy Awaodori in Tokushima throughout the year.
Awa Odori Kaikan exclusive rendezvous for daytime performances, and famous rendezvous for night performances.
A cruise around a gourd island surrounded by the Shinmachi River and the assistant river by pleasure boat.
It was named because it has a beautiful eyebrow shape from any direction.
Established as a sacred place for cyclists in the prefecture.
A facility that presents the national important intangible folk cultural property “Awa Ningyo Joruri” every day.
In the exhibition room, tools such as Awagi and Ningyo Joruri are exhibited.
A cyclist's rest facility equipped with a maintenance space, shower room, toilet, etc.
It is thought with construction of the mid-fifth century, the Japan's biggest burial mound with a square front and a round back of about 486m in length of the mound. In one of the Mozu three Imperial mausoleum, the mound is constructed to three steps, and a triple moat has more than 10 subordinate burial mounds around circulation. In July, 2019, the Mozu old burial mound group including the Nintoku Burial Mound old burial mound was registered with world's cultural heritage of the UNESCO with Furuichi old burial mound group. (internal secrecy)
From Akashi Port, take a Genoa line boat to Iwaya Port on Awaji Island. Go south on National Route 28 to Sumoto Bus Center. Put your bicycle on the Awaji Kotsu Bus bound for Tokushima and get off at Konaruto Bridge in Tokushima Prefecture. Head south on the Kii Channel to the ferry terminal at Tokushima Port. The Nankai Ferry takes 2 hours to rearch Wakayama Port. From there, head north on the Osaka Bay to the left and into Osaka city. From Osaka city to Akashi station in Hyogo prefecture, go west along National Route 2.
Overall, the road is flat and there are no difficulties. You need a plan that matches the time of the ferry or highway bus. The best way to get around in a day is to start on a ferry departing from Tokushima Port at 11:00. The first departure of the Awaji Genoa Line is 5:40, there are about 1-3 per hour, and the required time is 13 minutes. The Awaji Kotsu bus leaves at 6:55 and 8:25. Travel time is 47 minutes. There is a bicycle stand on the ferry and bus, so you can put it on as it is.
|Route overview||Akashi Port→ Tokushima Port (Nankai Ferry) → Wakayama Port → Akashi Port|
|Altitude||Up : 899m|
|Estimated travel time
(High speed boat)
|Sumoto Bus Center|
|Route overview||Distance(km)||hours||Escape point||level|
(High speed boat)
|Sumoto Bus Center||32.7km||32.7km||2hours
|Konaruto Bridge||(37.3)km||(47minutes )||3hours
|Wakayama Port||(55)km||(2hours )||7hours
|Misaki-koen Station Station|
|Sumiyoshi Taisha Station||Advanced|