A thin strip of land connects two opposing sides of Miyazu Bay. This sand bar is 3.3 km long and covered with about 7,000 pine trees.
It can be viewed from mountains on either side of the bay or it can be traversed on foot. Near the southern end is Chion-ji, a Buddhist temple.
- Ministry of Environment. "環境省選定 名水百選／詳細ページ" (in Japanese). Retrieved January 8, 2011.
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