BEACHES & OUTDOORS

Beaches

  • Nakahama Beach

    Nakahama Beach, located in Tango, is a small beach at the northernmost point of Kyoto prefecture. The beach is next to the Nakahama Port, with shallow waters, a sea wall, and calm waves.   There is also a campsite if you want to stay the night at this peaceful beach.   Details: ...

  • Takashima Beach

    Takashima Beach is a beautiful white sand beach with a view of the stunning "Tango Matsushima".  There are many reefs where you can look for crabs or fish. The car-campsite attached to the beach is also very popular. There is also a campsite available for either tents or campers.   Detai...

  • Hei Beach

    Closed until further notice.   Hei Beach, located in Tango, is tucked into the “Tango Matsushima” area. Whether you want to try fishing by the rocks or just enjoy the beautiful natural scenery, you'll be able to enjoy your time in these crystal clear waters. This beach is 5 minutes away by...

  • Takano Beach

    Takano Beach, located in Tango, is small with a private beach feel to it. The beach is next to the Takano Port, overlooking Cape Inugasaki, and is equipped with a seawall, giving a great place to try fishing from.   Details: Open Season: From July 11th to August 16th Parking Fee Daytim...

  • Tateiwa & Nochigahama Beach

    Tateiwa & Nochigahama Beach, located in Tango, is located right next to the most famous geo-spot of Kyotango, Tateiwa. Hashiudo-so, a lodge that welcomes hot spring bathers for day-use, is also nearby, and the beach is even within walking distance from the roadside station Tenki Tenki Tango. T...

  • Sunagata Beach

    One of the draws of Sunagata Beach in Tango is the crystal clear waters, allowing you to see the corals under the waves. The beach as gentle shallow waters perfect for playing in. Mostly secluded from the road Sunagata has the atmosphere of a private beach, and is only a 5 min walk from a nearby ...

  • Hakoishihama Beach

    Hakoishihama Beach, located in Kumihama, is a popular destination for beach-goers due to its clear water and white sand. At the back of the beach is a small hill called Tango Sand Dune, which is a spot to gaze at this beautiful beach. The dunes also have a variety of plants growing on them, includi...

  • Kamaihama Beach

    Kamaihama Beach, located in Kumihama, has a sea wall making the waves gentle and the water shallow. The fine, white sand is beautiful,  and the gentle calm makes it feel like a private beach.   Details: Open Season: From July 11th to August 16th Parking Fee Daytime: 1000 yen...

  • Shotenkyo & Kazuranohama Beach

    Kazura-no-hama Beach, in Kumihama, is located on the longest beach in Kansai (8 km). It is on the beautiful sandbank, Shotenkyo, that separates Kumihama Bay and the Sea of Japan. This beach is beautiful with its clear, shallow waters, white sand, and is lined by green pine trees. There is also cam...

  • Kotohikihama Asobi Beach

    Kotohikihama Asobi Beach is closed for 2020. Kotohikihama Asobi Beach, located in Amino, is a beautiful beach at the eastern end of Kotohikihama and features the singing sand. This beach also has a shore reef area, perfect for children to play in. Camping at Asobi Beach in 2020 has been cancelled...

  • Kotohikihama Kakezu Beach

    Kotohikihama, Kakezu Beach is a famous beach located in Amino. Most known for its “Singing Sand,” and is often included in the top 100 lists of tourist destinations. Kotohikihama was also designated by the Japanese government as a Natural Monument, and became the first smoke-free beach in the world....

  • Kobama Beach

    Kobama Beach, located in Amino, has a beautiful shore with shallow waters and white sand. The eastern side of the shore has a promenade, where visitors can walk towards Kotobikihama Beach. Nearby lodges are only a few minutes on foot from the shore. There is a beach campsite available too. &nb...