An eye-catching rock formation with sharp stripes of strata running along it. This coastal cliff reaches a height of 80 meters. The strata were formed about 15 million years ago. The light-colored layers are tuff, made up of volcanic ash and pumice, and the darker layers are composed of conglomerate. This indicates that there were repeated volcanic eruptions nearby. It can be seen clearly from the train windows on the San-in Main Line, and is a prominent landmark of the eastern part of Oda City.