Mt. Ushibuse (Shizuoka)
|Altitude||70  m|
|The location||Numazu-shi, Shizuoka|
It was an island until the middle of Edo era, but it is told to have become not separated by water before long by a reclamation. In addition, I was called Mt. Yamamiya (Mami and mountain) in those days. When the Meiji era begins, Iwao Oyama holds a villa, and a person concerned with navy often visited it, but there are few things which are untended now, and remind me of those days afterwards.
There is Mt. Ushibuse Park Izu Peninsula Geopark from the west of the mountain to the south side, and it is in a citizen's oasis. They face the sea, but swimming, the barbecue are prohibited. In addition, use time is established, and the night entrance is prohibited.
On June 19, 2012, a refrigerator ship (4,992 tons, approximately 125 meters in total length) of Mie ran aground by typhoon 4 on the sea of approximately 200 meters of south of the park. 22 people got into a boat . I want to do 離礁 using three boats on 23rd .
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