- The Senjojiki rock formations look like thousands of stacked tatami
- In May the area hosts a sand sculpture festival
- This bedrock beach was formed after an earthquake in 1792
A visit to Senjojiki is ideally combined with a short trip along the coast to see romantic Engetsuto Island and the Sandanbeki Caves—once a hideout for pirates. In May, keep an eye out for the Suna (sand) Festival. Inspired by Hokkaido's snow event, this festival features large sculptures created from sand and sea water.
The closest transport hub to Senjojiki is Shirahama Station.
Take the Kuroshio Limited Express from Shin-Osaka Station.
The Meiko Bus from Shirahama Station takes roughly 15 minutes to reach Senjo-guchi Stop.