Pretty beautiful place, a shrine beside sea
The couple's Iwakaku is a famous natural attraction in Japan, located in the sea of Ise Shima, and the reputation is no less than the nearby shrine. Not to look at the two stones in the sea, but it is a bit characteristic, the myth of the core of ISE, plus this is just a deep beach out of the gorge, the water will flow here will be very rough, when the shore will be a shock wave smacking the shore. This way, two stones can stand in the sea, there is a feeling of help each other in the wind and waves, so it will be called the couple's rock. For this reason, the couple's rocks are built in the place of a two-faced Xingyu shrine, the big stone also has a small bird house, quite interesting.
[On the road] 180617 [Couple Rock]
Couple Rock is a famous scenic spot in Mie Prefecture, Japan~ Two rocks, one large and one small, are connected by a thick straw rope, which means a happy marriage and safety at home
I heard that from May to July every year, you can see a particularly beautiful sunrise view between the couple rocks, and if the weather is good, you can see Mount Fuji as the background.
There are toad decorations next to the attraction, it seems that you will have good luck if you touch it
In fact, there are two rocks with a straw rope connected between them, which embodies people's loyal wishes for love. It was windy when I went, but the scenery was good, the beautiful Husband and Wife Rock, and the beautiful Pacific Ocean!
One of the more famous scenic spots in the Mie area is also a place with myths and legends. The big stone reef is called Male Rock, and the smaller one is Female Rock, which is enshrined by the locals as a natural shrine. The main thing is to ask for good weather, but it feels more like praying for the husband and wife to reconcile and not divorce. Even the defensive guards are the majority of double purchases, and the single dog is cautious.
Preston_Dominguez: Futamichoe, Ise 519-0602, Mie Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Meoto Iwa,Futami Okitama Shrine,,Mt. Otonashi,Meotoiwa Front Approach