1. Onogame
Plants Strange Rocks and Bizarre Stones


A symbol at Sotokaifu Coast, a hidden scenic area in Sado

Onogame is a 167-meter high monolith projecting into the sea, and that is a sight to see. The giant rock gained two stars in the Michelin Green Guide Japon. The surrounding area is where amur daylily (Tobishima kanzo) grows in clumps, one million flowers in 500 thousand amur daylily. Many people visit there when yellow flowers come into full bloom. The blooming season is from late May until early June. Every year, the Sado Kanzo Festival is held on the second Sunday of June, when Onidaiko (deity mask dance native to Sado) and folk songs are performed.

Facility Basic Information

Negai, Sado, Niigata 952-3203
For inquiries
Sado Tourism Association Sado Tourist Information Center: 0259-27-5000
Transport Access
Ryotsu Port Approx 55 minutes by car
Nearest bus stop
Oonogame (Uchikaifusen Line) Approx. 1 minute on foot from bus stop
Cars:20  Buses:3 

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