04. 05. 2013.

Tōjinbō Coast, Japan

Tōjinbō is a series of surreal basaltic cliffs on the Sea Of Japan on the biggest Japanese island Honshu. The cliffs' rocks were originally formed 12- to 13-million years ago during the Miocene Epoch due to various volcanic activities. Their shape has been formed through the years by erosion from sea waves. Many legends surround the cliffs, but sadly it is a harsh reality that many young, unemployed Japanese men decide to end their lives at this spot :(
Thank you Kapisane, great view :)

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