Zenigata Sunae Sand Painting
Zenigata Sunae is a giant sand picture at the Kotohiki Koen Park of Ariake Beach, Kagawa Prefecture. The art is 122 meters east-to-west, 90 kilometers north-to-south, and has a 345-meter circumference. It also has an inscription of old Japanese currency “kan’ei tsuho” from the Edo period. A legend says that those who see the art will have no problems with money and will live a long and healthy life. The sand picture is actually oval-shaped, but it looks nearly round when viewed from the summit observation deck in the park. Illuminated daily from sunset until 10:00 p.m., visitors can enjoy the mystical view of the giant sand coin lit up in green. Golden or blue illuminations are also shown during limited periods.
*Entry into the sand art is prohibited.
- 0.5 hours
- Telephone Number
- Postal code
14-4025 Kotoshiki Park, Ariake-cho, Kanonji City, Kagawa
香川県観音寺市有明町14-4025 琴弾公園内 銭形砂絵
- Recommended season
- January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
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