Japan is an island country in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, the East China Sea, China, Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south. Japan has beautiful beach in the world and there are most top beach in Japan.
1. Yumigahama BeachThis is a nice beach with a relatively white sandy coastline, shaped in a 1 km arch. It is a 20-30 minute drive from Shimoda City. We went over Independence Day Weekend and the beach was almost empty, although this could have been due to the inclement weather in Tokyo at the time.
2. Yonaha Maehama Beach
This is a resort beach that represents an isolated island of Okinawa, Miyako Island, and is a place which a considerable number of tourists from Japan and abroad visit. However, the beach is little crowded owing to 7 m length of the coastline despite its name recognition. That’s attractive. You might be able to feel like being in a private beach in the early morning and in the off season if you are lucky.
3. Naminoue Beach
A town beach which cane go directly to the airport, and the main street. It’s only a 15 min. drive from Naha Airport so you can “swim before going back”. Lockers and changing rooms equipped, convenient to go out to the town after swimming. The only beach in Naha city, locals swim in the morning and evening for health, and families with children enjoy a relaxed time here. Can also enjoy barbecue with equipments. Consists from 2 side such as, Tsuji side and Wakasa side. Wakasa Side is next to the Wakasa Beach Park and the Tsuji side has fast food restaurant and beautiful night view
4. Manza Beach
Manza Beach is an attractive beach with soft sand. The beach is part of the ANA InterContinental Manza Beach Resort whose large hotel building overlooks the entire 300 meter long beach. A wide range of facilities and activities are offered to staying guests and daytime visitors.
5. Kondoi Beach
Kondoi beach is on a small island called Taketomijima, which located around 6km away from the west of Ishigakijima. Kondoi beach preserves the pristine beauty of Okinawa; the waters are transparent clear, making the beach a miracle of nature. Emerald green water shining between snow-white sand and cobalt blue sky. The contrast between these bright colors is really a miracle. You can go swimming during the high tide and it is safe even for children. In low tides, the beach is quite shallow but the water never recedes completely.
6. Kisami Ohama Beach
Kisami-Ohama Beach near Shimoda is definitely my favorite beach in the area, and thanks to a direct train from Tokyo it makes it a fantastic weekend getaway. The waters are crystal clear, the sand is white and the beach has a very natural setting—no large road or big hotel spoil the view.
7. Tatadohama Beach
Even if you were prepared for the black volcanic sand, you most likely didn’t enjoy having to dodge bits and pieces of garbage while swimming. And if you visited in the run-up to the July/August summer season, you probably didn’t enjoy being serenaded by the sounds of construction rather than the gentle lapping of waves.
8. Sukuji Bathing Beach
Sukuji beach, located on the north west coast of Ishigaki, and not far from Kabira Bay, is a lovely spot which should be on any beach fan’s checklist. it is set in a bay surrounded by a mountainous landscape, and on a clear day the lighthouse at Uganzaki is clearly visible in the distance. The thing that distinguishes Sukuji from other beaches on the island is the depth of the water, which is very shallow.
9. Nakatajima Beach
Nakatajima Sand Dunes are located at the southern part of Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture at the Pacific Ocean coast of Japan. The sand dune area measures approximately 0.6 km from north to south and 4.0 km from east to west.
10. Shirahama Beach
Shirahama Beach is an 800 meter long beach that is one of Izu’s most famous and popular attractions. People come to enjoy the sand and sun, while the area is also known for relatively good surfing conditions. The beach is about five kilometers east of Izukyu-Shimoda Station, parallel to the main road. Shirahama Jinja, a pretty Shinto shrine, stands along the beach.