Izu Southwest Coast 
Tourism Association

Thirty-Three Kannons of Koura

A five-minute stroll away along the Hiyoriyama walking path from Koura Fishing Port lies a group of stone Buddhist statues, known as the Thirty-Three Kannons of Koura, in an alcove created by the sea eroding away ejected rock from undersea volcanoes. Don’t miss the grove of ubame oaks, used to produce high-quality binchotan activated charcoal, along the path to the Thirty-Three Kannons that has been protected for generations as an uotsukirin, a forest planted to lure fish.


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