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Takahama Beach (高浜海水浴場)

Beach

Located close to Takahama-Kaisuiyokujo-mae bus stop. This beach is located a short distance south along National Route 384 traveling from the Gyoran Kannon Observation Deck. This white sand beach is known nationwide and is considered the most beautiful in Japan. With no buildings nearby, visitors can enjoy the beautiful, vivid contrast created by the green of the surrounding mountains and the blue of the East China Sea; Gunkanjima (Hashima Island) is also visible from here. The highly renowned beach has been selected for inclusion in a new list of the 100 New Japan Travel Destinations, the Japan's 100 Best Beaches list, a list of Japan's 100 Best Roads, and a list of the 88 Best Swimming Beaches in Japan. During swimming season, the beach bustles with visitors. The waves here are relatively mild, making this a great destination for families with children as well.

place

Nagasaki Goto-shi Miirakumachi Kaitsu 1054-1 (Goto / Tsushima / IkiArea)

phone 0959843163
place

[Surveillance/first aid station (swimming period only)] 9:00-18:00

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Details

Address
Nagasaki Goto-shi Miirakumachi Kaitsu 1054-1 [map]
Area
Goto / Tsushima / IkiArea
Phone
0959843163
Hours
[Surveillance/first aid station (swimming period only)] 9:00-18:00
Closed
Other than During Summer
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available(70spaces)
※Free
Credit Card
Not available
Note
* [Swimming period] Mid-July.-Late Aug.

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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