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On a sunny sunday, i have decided to find a beach near tokyo.
By train, less than 1 hour from Tokyo central
Be careful that train is almost direct. I had to change train but on same plateform just some stations before.
If foggy, it...More
If you live in the Kanto area and are looking for a beach on a summer day, this isn't a bad option. There are plenty of stalls to rent chairs or floats, plus dozens of restaurants and bars. It's incredibly crowded, but people are nice...More
Highly recommended for paddle boarders and surfers! I enjoy taking my family doing canoeing and paddle boarding almost all year long. In June there is a Paddle board competition full of colors and different nationalities
The beach was not too crowded during the weekday I went, but many beach huts we're not open. We did not see any public changing rooms or showers which leaves your options of paying to use the ones run by the beach huts, wearing your...More
A nice and clean beach with a lot of space. A good place for families. More windsurfers than swimmers in may however. Some scarry birds of pray is trying to steal food and can be pretty aggressive. A good toilet, but no place for changing.
There was a time when small coffee shops a/k/a kiisatens were found all over Japan. Now they are few and far between,but, we found this one sitting on the beach. The coffee was flavorful and aromatic and the coffee jello was off the charts.
If you haven't been there, or you aren't that much sure how to get there from the station, you might want to ask someone how to reach the beach from the station. But feel free to ask someone around you since they are all nice...More