The famous "Three Brothers" of Nakanoshima Island.
These three rocks are named Tarō (largest), Jirō (middle) and Saburō (smallest). It is said that they are brothers, and they are a popular sight for tourists on board the ferry or Underwater Viewing Boat AMANBOW. If you wish to see them from the land, they are best seen from Nishinoshima Island. The "Three Brothers" are sea stacks, an interesting rock formation created by sea and wind erosion. Beneath the water surface, it is a wonderland of marine life.
- Ama, Ama-cho, Oki-gun
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