【Miyazaki】Cape Iruka (イルカ岬)

Last Updated on 2021/4/15 by 筆者のプロフィール


It is a cape along Route 220, and a panorama of the Pacific Ocean spreads beyond the cape.

It is said that the name was attached because dolphins were going around here until the early Showa era.

It is also recommended to take a break because the superb view spreads right away from the car.

Around here.

In this area, you can see the scenery of Miyazaki, which seems to be a southern country.

National Route 220 is a recommended road for driving, such as Horikiri Pass nearby.

What is the view from Cape Iruka?


The southern sea spreads out in front of you.

Drive and parking information of Cape Iruka

Access to Cape Iruka

There is a Miyazaki Expressway in the vicinity, and it is a good place to access.

Estimated time required when using a high-speed road

From Miyazaki: usually 30 minutes (26.2 km)

From Fukuoka: Usually 3 hours 50 minutes to 4 hours 30 minutes (312 km)

From Kagoshima: usually 2 hours 20 minutes to 2 hours 30 minutes (173 km)

Nearest IC:  Miyazaki IC on the Miyazaki Expressway

I think that ic is convenient here for high-speed road from any direction.

It takes about 30 minutes from the IC.

Parking lot of Cape Iruka

It is a parking lot for about a few cars for free.


Information on "Cape Iruka"

Recommended degree

Tourism ★★★  
Drive ★★★★ 

Information on places to visit

Approximate length of stay* About 10 minutes
Congestion (5 levels) * 2 (Fewer people on holiday mornings)


Address Miyazaki City Sea, Miyazaki Prefecture
Telephone number
Map code 274 806 078*20
Highway access Approximately 30 minutes from Kiyobu-Minami IC on the Miyazaki Expressway
Parking lot Free available
Article coverage time Around August 2020 Holiday Morning

* This article and photos are not limited to the latest in
formation. Be sure to check the official website for the latest information.

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