The cliffs are along the Japan sea and wind and rain can be really strong. At the base of the path leading to the cliffs is a sign letting you know you are there.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Tojinbo is a series of volcanically formed rock clifts that run about 1km along the central coast of Japan on the Japan Sea side. You can take a JR train up from Nagoya or Kyoto, pass Lake Biwa and travel through Fukui prefecture to get there. But traveling through this part of Japan during the month of January is kind of 100% guarantee of heavy snow.