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三ツ石(誘導弾標的) (Mitsuishi)

三ツ石(誘導弾標的)は神奈川県足柄下郡真鶴町にある戦争遺構。 第二次大戦末期に研究・試作されたイ号一型乙無線誘導弾(現在でいう空対艦ミサイル)の投下実験が行われ、景勝で知られる三ツ石がコンクリートで固められ標的とされた。 海岸から遠いほうの二つの岩の低い部分を繋ぐようにコンクリートが打たれており、ここまで徒歩で登ることが可能だが、海岸から渡れるのは干潮の時のみ。 干潮の時であっても岩場は非常に滑りやすく、フェルト底の磯足袋やフィッシングブーツなど十分な足ごしらえが必要。

Mitsuishi (guided bullet target)

Mitsuishi (directed guard target) is a war remains in Manazuru-cho, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa prefecture. The experiment of investigating Issued Type I and 2nd Radiated Guided Bullet (currently referred to as the air-to-ship missile), which was researched and prototyped at the end of World War II, was conducted, and Mitsuishi known for its scenic beauty was consolidated with concrete and targeted. Concrete is struck to connect the lower part of the two rocks farther from the coast and it is possible to climb by foot as far as this, but only at low tide. Even at the low tide, the rocky place is very slippery, and you need enough foot preparation such as fishert's bottom boots and fishing boots.

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