As a pioneer of western culture, Kannonzaki Lighthouse was built in 1869 (Meiji 2) by a French engineer, F. L. Verny, with the current lighthouse being the third generation of its kind. From this lighthouse situated in the scenic Kannonzaki Park, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the boats sailing through Tokyo Bay and the Boso Peninsula on the other side of the coast. There is also a reference room where important materials, such as the lens for the lighthouse, are exhibited.
Suggested duration: 30m
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