On the most southerly point of Miyazaki, Cape Toi juts out into the Philippine sea. The cape is known for its wild horses, called Misaki-uma, said to be descendants of the horses bred for samurai from 1697. These horses roam free in a protected area. You can watch them, but you shouldn't approach them. Nearby, Toi-Misaki lighthouse has extensive views across the region and out to sea. The cape is also known for the forest of around 3,000 rare native cycad plants that grow here.
Kushima-shi, Miyazaki 888-0221
+81-987-76-1546 Toi Point Visitor Center