Located at the eastern end of the Shimane Peninsula, Miho Seki is a port town that once prospered as a port of call for Kitamae Ships. Aoishi-Tatami-Dori still leaves its mark.
Miho Shrine, located in the center of the town, is the main shrine of the shrine dedicated to the god of Edo. It is also a stage of the myths of the state given in the Kojiki, and in April and December there is still a festival for the myths of the state given to the country.
The peninsula from Mihoseki to Nisshogu is called Shimane peninsula, and the north facing the Sea of Japan boasts a beautiful view of the Rias coast, which is also recognized as a Japan Geopark. The atmosphere of a small cave called “Shiga” called Kaga’s “Shido” and small villages dotted on the peninsula called “Ysuiura” leaves a good old Japan landscape now.