Tango Peninsula Trekking Guide

Hello, I’m Mio! Today, I will introduce Tango Peninsula, located in Kyoto Prefecture. With its stunning coastline and rich nature, the Tango Peninsula is perfect for trekking. Here’s a 2-minute guide to trekking in Tango Peninsula.

Course Overview

A popular trekking route on the Tango Peninsula is from Kyogamisaki to Taiza. This route is about 10 kilometers long and takes approximately 3-4 hours to complete​​.


  1. Kyogamisaki: Located at the northernmost point of the Tango Peninsula, Kyogamisaki offers breathtaking views of the Sea of Japan. There is also a historic lighthouse to explore.
  2. Byobu Rock: Along the trail, you will encounter Byobu Rock, a towering cliff by the coastline that is truly impressive.
  3. Taiza Port: The endpoint of the trek, Taiza Port, is famous for its local seafood. After your trek, enjoy delicious fresh seafood to recharge your energy.


  • Wear trekking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather.
  • Carry a map or GPS to ensure you stay on the correct route.
  • Take your trash with you to help protect the environment​​.


To access the Tango Peninsula, take a train from Kyoto City to Miyazu Station, which takes about 2 hours. From Miyazu Station, you can take a bus or taxi to the trailhead​.

Enjoy your trekking adventure in the Tango Peninsula and create wonderful memories!

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