Kotohikihama Kakezu Beach

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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. The locals of this area are particularly enthusiastic with environmental protection.

There is also camping available on the beach.

 

Along the beach, there is an open-air bath with Gensen-Kakenagashi (water flowing directly from the hot spring source) that visitors can bathe in with bathing suits during business hours.

Unfortunately the open-air bath on the beach is closed for the time being due to Covid-19.

 

There are many guest houses in the Kotohikihama area, and you can reach the shore from these lodges in a few minutes by foot.

 

Details:

Open Season: From July 11th to August 16th
Parking Fee Daytime: 1000 yen
Parking Fee Overnight (2 days): 2000 yen

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Nearby Points of Interest:

 

Kotohikihama Singing Sand Museum – Educational

 

Tateiwa – Sightseeing

 

Tenki Tenki Tango – Gift Shop & Restaurant

Amity Tango – Gift Shop & Cafe

Torimatsu – Restaurant

Acaia Farm – Ice Cream

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Address
Aminocho Kakezu, Kyōtango, Kyoto 629-3112
Business Hours
Beach Season: Mid-July to Mid-August