This point is located at the north end of Kuroshima Island.
Further north of the twin rocks there is also a rock formation that is partly exposed above the sea surface, and the 30-meter channel between it and the twin rocks can be challenging to cross with the tides and strong swells.
If you head around to the north side of exposed rock, you will discover a dynamic drop-off that extends to a depth of about 40 m from the water surface.
When the tides hit against the steep drop off, there is a good chance you will see schools of banana fish, horse mackerel, and dogtooth tuna.
This spot is ideal for drift diving, and intermediate level divers who are capable of hovering in a state of neutral buoyancy can enjoy this dive site fully and safely.