From this cape, you can watch the strong waves crash into Kuroshima. The waves split into two and you can see the rare sight of two waves both pulling and crashing into the land at the same time. These waves are called gasshounami ("gasshou" meaning to put your hands together in prayer, "nami" meaning wave") or fuufunami ("fuufu" meaning married couple), and it's a wonderful sight that makes the entire cape seem romantic as you watch the two waves meet. To me this place is definitely nice. This place is a bit of a walk good for those who love hiking. You go downhill and then uphill. A bit touristy as compared to Koganezaki. Worth to visit.
The lovers are located in West Izu and attract 250,000 visitors each year. Walking through the Fuji Tour Trail, which is about 750 meters long, there is a bronze statue of lovers and a bell calling for love on the observation platform facing the Suruga Bay. Ringing the bell and calling the name of the lover, love will come true. Behind the bronze statue, when the weather is fine, you can see Mount Fuji from Omaezaki, and the scenery is unforgettable.
At the souvenir shop near the entrance, you can buy a certificate of lover declaration, love painting horse, and concentric lock. However, it can only be hung near the store, and there is no hanging position in the observatory. Wedding ceremony can also be held here~