Zenigata Sunae

“Zenigata Sunae” is a huge sand art drawn on Ariake Beach in Kanonji City, Kagawa Prefecture. The sand art is in the form of “Kanei Tsuho” (old Japnanese coins) which is widely circulated in the Edo period. In recent years, as a person who saw this “Zenigata Sunae” hit a lottery, it is gaining popularity as sacred spot. It is also lighted up in the evening, and it gets even more appealing. From JR Kanonji station to “Zenigata Sunae” is about 2 kilometers long, so it is also possible to access by foot. If the climate is good, it is better to walk while watching the city of Kanonji.


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