The historic site, the old Sakai lighthouse at dusk is wonderful. A lot of black sea bream were roaming the reefs of the cove.
Lighthouses are relatively small. The scenery at dusk is beautiful.
There is a pretty nice lighthouse on the seaside near Ohama in Sakai City, Osaka. The lighthouse is not a big one, but a relatively small one. It seems that the sea was reclaimed from an old historic site, and the land became more land.It feels like it’s stepping back, and it’s relatively not offshore, but in the inland sea. This is a beautiful view when the sun sets and the sun sets.
Life to the lighthouse is easy.
It seems that the number of visitors has increased recently for that purpose, and many people came on that day. In addition, it is connected to the parking lot of the nearby Sakai Park by a bridge, making it easy to reach by car. Crossing the bridge and going through a little lonely grassy area may be scary at night, so it may not be possible at night alone.
Chinu is preying on the coast.
In addition, the sea was beautiful, and there were times when it was evening, so many black sea bream were preying on the coast, and I could see many black sea bream. I really feel like I could catch it. In Kansai, it is called “Chinu”. He likes fishing, so he can’t help but be more interested in that.
Former Sakai Lighthouse as a Historic Site
The Old Sakai Lighthouse is the oldest existing wooden-style lighthouse. It was completed in 1878 and was in use until 1968. In 1947, it was designated as a national cultural property. Repair work was completed in 2007. Sakai’s lighthouse was built in 1689 by merchants from Sakai, and later changed locations until it reached the Western-style lighthouse built in the 10th year of the Meiji era. At that time, oil lamps were used, and light is said to have reached 18 kilometers away. In addition, due to the land reclamation of the critical industrial zone in Sakai, etc., he could no longer fulfill its role, and was abolished in 1968, ending its 90-year history.