The Sadamisaki Peninsula (佐田岬半島 Sadamisaki-hantō?) is the westernmost part of the island of Shikoku, and is the narrowest peninsula in Japan. It is covered by the town of Ikata, Ehime Prefecture, and is home to the Ikata Nuclear Power Plant.
This combination of mountains and ocean make the Sadamisaki Peninsula a popular sightseeing destination, especially in the spring when the sakura are in bloom.
The Sadamisaki Peninsula is extremely mountainous. Until the completion of national highway Route 197, traversing the peninsula by car was quite inconvenient.
- Seto Wind Hill Park webcams on the peninsula
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