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Beach Bathing Facility Spots in Okinawa Area

  • Furuzamami Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Shimajirigunzamamison Zamami
    The crescent-shaped Furuzamami Beach is the main beach on Zamami-jima Island. Famous as a breeding ground for sea turtles, the beautiful tropical fish and coral reefs have made this a popular place for snorkeling. The beach has beach huts, as well as toilets, lockers, and equipment rental, etc.
  • Tokashiku Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Shimajiriguntokashikison Tokashiki Watariyoshimi Sik
    Tokashiku Beach is one of the finest beaches on Tokashiki Island. This is a tranquil, crescent-shaped beach with a shelving bottom. The opportunity to swim with sea turtles makes this a popular place for snorkeling.
  • Aharen Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Shimajiriguntokashikison Aharen
    One of the finest beaches on Tokashiki Island, Aharen Beach is a beautiful curving beach with 800 meters of white sand extending from east to west. The beach is situated near a lively village full of shops and bed-and-breakfast places, which receives a lot of tourist visitors in the busy season. Many people come to Aharen Beach to enjoy water-sports. Rubber swimming rings, beach umbrellas and a wide range of other equipment are available for rental, and there are also toilets, showers and other facilities.
  • Eef Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Shimajirigunkumejimachou Janadou
    Eef Beach, which is the main beach on Kume-jima island, is a beautiful expanse of white sand extending for 2 kilometers. The beach has a gently shelving bottom with gentle waves, and has been selected for inclusion in “Japan’s Top 100 Best Beaches.” There are a number of resort hotels and restaurants nearby. During the busy season, Eef Beach is a popular spot for water-sports, and also receives many tourists who just want to relax on the beach.
  • Hateno Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Shimajirigunkumejimachou
    Hateno Beach is located on an uninhabited island off the east coast of Kume-jima Island; the island actually comprises three beaches—Maeno Beach, Nakano Beach, and Hateno Beach—but the name Hateno Beach is used to refer collectively to the whole island. Pure white sand and crystal-clear seas stretch out for as far as the eye can see; the beach has been described as the most beautiful in all of East Asia. Visitors can enjoy swimming and paddling by the beach, snorkeling, beachcombing, etc. Hateno Beach is about 20 minutes by boat from the Tomari Fisharina marina.
  • Sunayama Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Miyakojimashi Hirara
    Sunayama Beach is a beautiful natural beach that lies on the other side of a 10-meter-high white sand dune. There is a magnificent coral arch, created by weathering by the ocean winds over the years, that has been called a “natural work of art.” The waters off the beach are crystal clear, and the beach is very popular with both tourists and locals.
  • Yonaha Maehama Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Miyakojimashi Shimoji Yonaha 1199
    One of Miyako-jima Island’s best-known beaches, Yonaha Maehama Beach comprises 7 kilometers of pure-white sand; looking out to sea, visitors can see Kurima Bridge and Kurima Island in the distance. The water off the beach is crystal-clear, and contrasts beautifully with the coloration of the deeper water further out to sea. The beach is renowned for its fine grains of sand, and is the starting point for the Miyako-jima Triathlon. A comprehensive range of facilities are available, including showers and toilets.
  • Toguchi no Hama Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Miyakojimashi Irabu Irabu
    One of Irabu Island’s finest beaches, Toguchi Beach is a crescent-shaped beach that stretches for 800 meters, with a gently shelving bottom and natural sand-dunes. The fine-grained sand and crystal-clear water combine to make this a very popular beach. There are two entrances to the beach, on the west and east sides; each of these areas has its own unique appeal. There are a number of restaurants and shops near the beach; toilets and showers are available. Beach equipment such as beach umbrellas, beach chairs, rubber swimming rings, etc. can be rented.
  • Sunset Beach, Ishigaki Island
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Ishigakishi Hirakubo 234-323
    This sunset beach is a beach with a gently shelving bottom on Ishigaki Island’s unspoiled Kuura Coast. The beach offers a long stretch of pure-white sand and crystal-clear water; at low tide, visitors can enjoy swimming or paddling. Sunset Beach is also a great place for snorkeling. A wide range of activities are available, and various types of beach equipment can be rented; there are showers, toilets and changing rooms (a fee is payable for using these).
  • Hoshisuna no Hama Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Yaeyamaguntaketomichou Uebaru
    Hoshisuna Beach (“Star-sand Beach”) features the star-shaped sand grains which are a famous Okinawa souvenir. There is an uninhabited island about 50 meters offshore, and some impressive coral reefs. The water is very clear, so much that individual fish can be made out in the shallows. The rocky areas are a habitat for large numbers of fish, making this a good place to enjoy snorkeling. The gently shelving beach is a safe place for children to play.
  • Tudumari no Hama Beach (Tsukigahama Beach)
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Yaeyamaguntaketomichou Uebaru (Back in the village)
    One of Iriomote Island’s best-known beaches, Tudumari no Hama Beach (Tsukigahama Beach) is covered with fine riverine sand, with hardly any stones, making it suitable for walking barefoot. It is famous as a great spot to enjoy the sunset, and many people can be seen strolling along the beach as the sun goes down. Due to the absence of coral reefs, most visitors come here just to enjoy walking on the beach, rather than for snorkeling.
  • Higawa Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Prefecture Yaeyama-gun Yonaguni-cho
    Higawa Beach is a crescent-shaped beach on Yonaguni Island. It is located close to Higawa Elementary School in the small village of Higawa. The beach is famous from having been used for locating shooting during the filming of the popular Japanese TV drama series “Dr. Koto’s Clinic.” The old clinic building used in the series is nearby, and can be visited (there is an entrance charge). Higawa Beach is a gently shelving beach with low waves, and is a popular place for swimming and paddling in the sea, or just strolling along the beach.
  • Naminoue Beach
    795 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nahashi Wakasa 1-25
    Located approximately 15 minutes’ walk from the Prefectural Office Station on the Okinawa Urban Monorail (Yuirail) line, Naminoue Beach is the only beach within the boundaries of Naha City. As the beach is situated close to both the airport and Kokusai-dori Street, it is common to see tourists stop off there for a quick swim on the way back to their hotel, and the beach is also a popular place for local residents to relax. Within the park area, water sports activities can be booked, and beach equipment can be purchased. Swimming is permitted between April and October.

    The beach has nice clean beach-sand, and the water looks refreshing at this small beach, by December weather keeps most away from taking a dip

  • Sunset Beach (Chatan Park)
    1 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nakagamigunchatanchou Mihama 2
    This beach is located in Chatan Town, in the central part of Okinawa Island. It is adjacent to Mihama American Village, a leisure facility with a ferris wheel, movie theatre, and interesting shops and restaurants. As Sunset Beach is an artificial beach, the waves are not too high, making it a popular place to visit for families with children and local young people. There is a beachside barbecue area, making Sunset Beach a fun place to hold a beach party.

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  • Mibaru Beach and Hyakuna Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Nanjoushi Tamagusuku Hyakuna
    Mibaru Beach and Hyakuna Beach provide the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful natural scenery of the southern part of Okinawa Island. Mibaru Beach is a gently shelving beach with small waves; visitors can take a boat ride in a glass-bottomed boat from a dock nearby to view the fish. Many people visit Mibaru Beach to enjoy watersports. The nearby Hykuna Beach, which is sandwiched between rocky promontories, is a sacred place where, according to legend, the creator goddess Amamikiyo came ashore from Kudaka Island; this tranquil beach is still revered by local people today. As there are no marine activity facilities here, Hyakuna is much less crowded than Mibaru Beach, making it a great place to relax.
  • Ginowan Tropical Beach
    72 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Ginowanshi Mashiki 4-2-1
    Ginowan Tropical Beach is an artificial beach in Ginowan City. The white sand and blue sea enable visitors to enjoy a truly “Okinawan” atmosphere. On weekends and public holidays, local families and young people hold barbecues and beach parties at the beach. There are showers, toilets and lockers available. A comprehensive range of water sports activities are on offer.

    Great beach to have picnic and sit by the water. This beach is never crowed. We love to watch the boats come and go and just sit on the beach enjoying the weather.

  • Sesoko Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Kunigamigunmotobuchou Sesoko
    Sesoko Island is a remote island accessible from Okinawa’s main island via the 762-meter-long Sesoko-ohashi Bridge. This natural beach stretches for about 800 meters along the island’s west coast. The contrast between the clear emerald-green sea and white sand is stunning, and the beach makes a great spot for admiring the orange tinge the sea takes on at sundown. Snorkeling is available at the swimming zone as well, allowing visitors to see brilliantly-colored tropical fish up close and personal.
  • Mission Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Prefecture Kunigami gun Onna village Ahmutsu 2005-1
    This American-style private beach is located in Onna Village on the west coast of Okinawa’s main island. A cozy 300-meter stretch of sand surrounded by craggy rocks, the contrast between the white sand and the green turf is dazzling, as is the crystal clear sea. It’s also a popular snorkeling and diving spot.
  • Nakamoto Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Yaeyamaguntaketomichou Kuroshima
    This beach, located on the west coast of Kuroshima Island, is known as a popular snorkeling spot. The surrounding reefs make it seem like a natural pool, and it’s perfect for sea bathing. The emerald green water is crystal clear and brimming with tropical fish and gorgeous coral reefs.
  • Ikei Beach
    224 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okinawa Pref. Urumashi Yonashiroikei 405
    Ikei Island is a remote island accessible via a marine road extending from the eastern part of Okinawa’s main island. This beach is in the southern part of the island, where you can enjoy gazing at the serene cobalt blue sea, as well as partake in marine sports such as diving, snorkeling, and sea kayaking, not to mention barbeques and other activities.

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Okinawa Areas


Let go of your image of a busy, ordered Japan and replace it with crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and relaxing folk music: You’ve arrived in Okinawa. A world away from the high intensity of Tokyo, Okinawans appear to live a laid-back beach life on this paradisiacal tropical island that lies in the middle of the East China Sea almost 1,000 kilometers south of mainland Japan’s most southern tip. Home to a spattering of islands, prepare yourself to discover underwater caves, star-shaped sand, and an island culture sometimes unrecognizable from mainland Japan.

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