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Amano Hashidate Beach

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Amano Hashidate Beach

107 Reviews
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Monju, Miyazu 626-0001 Kyoto Prefecture
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e-BIKE rental in Amanohashidate & Ine
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e-BIKE rental in Amanohashidate & Ine

e-BIKE, the motor assists up to two-thirds of the power. Powerful and easy ride even on slopes or long distance.<br><br>e-BIKE is the best tool for trip in Amanohashidate and Ine. Amanohashidate is natural sand bar which can be passed through by e-bike.<br><br>You can rent it whole a day.<br><br>Rent point is Amanohashidate station, Hashidate bay hotel, Ine tourist information and so on.<br><br>You can return it both of Amanohashidate and Ine.<br><br>Let's enjoy supreme cycling in Amanohashidate !
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Jaineshshah wrote a review Sep 2019
Manama, Bahrain260 contributions80 helpful votes
Beach is clean but still can find some the jellyfish floating However this beach had rescue personnel sitting there which gave a safety feeling it has jumping platform installed which was quite fun for kids to enjoy
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Date of experience: July 2019
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AyaHawaii wrote a review Jul 2019
United States1,937 contributions63 helpful votes
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This is very quiet beach which locates side of Amanohashidate. Public bathroom and shower available. Local cafe also located near by so you can eat hot noodle kind of casual meal. If you visit there by car, you need to park your car Amanohashidate station area and walk to this beach. It takes about 15 minutes.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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maryyeo wrote a review Jul 2019
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam1,440 contributions411 helpful votes
...because it is beach on both sides of the famous Amanohashidate land bridge, and the numerous twisting pine trees just adds on to the unique flavour of this land bridge. We were there in May and indeed, it was still too cold to take a dip into the sea and winds were strong, blowing our empty strollers along the pavement. The beach is almost entirely empty both days we were there, probably because most locals would only come here on weekends or during the hotter summer months. Nonetheless, it's still a great place to take a lovely peaceful stroll or to ride a rented bicycle on the central pavement amongst the dense pine trees. There were some small shops and cafes on our side of the beach on this land bridge but none of them were open the few times we visited this beach. Perhaps they don't open in non-summer months. It'll certainly be be cool if there were indeed beach facilities like what another reviewer shared.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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warren D wrote a review Mar 2017
Vladivostok, Russia3,397 contributions407 helpful votes
This is a beautiful beach to walk along and reflect. We did it in the early morning when the beach was uncrowded and the view of the water serene.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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risxlene wrote a review Nov 2016
Singapore, Singapore1,335 contributions75 helpful votes
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Came in winter. There were quite a few people walking along the beach or sitting to enjoy the view. Nice walk along a long stretch of beach
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Date of experience: December 2015
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