How can you say that the Observatory of Mauzaki, a small crowd, is a good place to go to the sea? It is located at the foot of the mountain below Mong Kok Lighthouse. Not only are there no tourists, not even a few locals! But on the Internet, it is Hachinohe City's third-ranking attraction? In short, less people go to less people, can not prove that it is not fun here. I and local friends picked a sunny day, he drove his car to bring me. Some people near the entrance here sell that kind of cream snack, not expensive, eating feeling quite good, sweet but not greasy, the entrance is melted, five stars. Then we walked out of the parking lot for about 15 minutes and finally reached a viewing platform. It was supposed to be the Mangyuzaki Observatory. Stones piled up on a slightly higher hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The wind is quite strong here, here can see the waves hit the shore very intuitively, see the endless sea and horizon, the view is very wide, take a picture is also excellent. The place does look a little run down but have to say the views are superb and really not crowded, there is also an open air cafe but it was closed when I went. It's a bit of a pity otherwise you can have coffee and watch the sea.