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If you are visiting Atami be sure to get the YuYu bus to Sun Beach. You can sit on the grass under the jacaranda trees or on the sand or have a swim. This isn't an Australian beach so the sand isn't white and the...More
Atami is a gem of a place to visit. When taking the Shinkansen you actually go right past it so it was a pleasure to actually spend time here. The beach is beautiful and sandy and just beside the lovely yacht marina. We visited at...More
We stayed in a hotel close by the beach and it was freezing that day. I guess it's a better deal in summer.... but in winter rain, it was pretty depressing. Not much going on at all and not many shops opening. Will give Atami...More
Since last visit 39 years has passed! Great beautiful sea! A lot of hot springs! I came here three times when i was a student! 39 years ago,and now suddenly again! On the way to Tokyo from Hakone! Looks so beautiful! Walk around the city...More
Atami Sun Beach is arguably the main attraction in the immediate area around Atami Station, and for good reason. While man made, you can have a taste of what you would experience on a tropical island or perhaps the French Riviera. Despite the continuous crowds...More
Although I visited the beach in July - the summer months when it is upposed to be crowded, it was rather empty, and it just seems for me that Japanese are not used to rest at the beach. The sand is ok, but gets very...More