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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Onjuku

Japan, Kanagawa Chiba

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 35° 11.203' N
Longitude: 140° 21' E

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By Car: Lower Chiba Prefecure-Peninsula, the "Sotobo" or outer Pacific Coast-side on the National 128 Road. From Tokyo take the Keiyo Road change to Chiba-Togane Road to its end, ride surface road 126 for few kilometers, change to parallel Togane-Kujukuri toll-road to its T-intersection with the Kujukuri toll-road (405). Turn right (toward south) and proceed to end of road, a right for 100 meters, a left at T-intersection (Lawsons), proceed on that 30 road passing Ichinomiya spots. Turn left T-intersection on Nat. Road 128, passing Taito, Torami, and Ohara Beaches. Arrive on 128 to Onjuku with beach to the left. Total time Central Tokyo to Onjuku 2 hrs without traffic.

By Train: JR Chiba Keiyo Line, Ltd Express in direction of Katsuura Kamogawa, 1h 20min.

English (Translate this text in English): By Car: Lower Chiba Prefecure-Peninsula, the "Sotobo" or outer Pacific Coast-side on the National 128 Road. From Tokyo take the Keiyo Road change to Chiba-Togane Road to its end, ride surface road 126 for few kilometers, change to parallel Togane-Kujukuri toll-road to its T-intersection with the Kujukuri toll-road (405). Turn right (toward south) and proceed to end of road, a right for 100 meters, a left at T-intersection (Lawsons), proceed on that 30 road passing Ichinomiya spots. Turn left T-intersection on Nat. Road 128, passing Taito, Torami, and Ohara Beaches. Arrive on 128 to Onjuku with beach to the left. Total time Central Tokyo to Onjuku 2 hrs without traffic.

By Train: JR Chiba Keiyo Line, Ltd Express in direction of Katsuura Kamogawa, 1h 20min.

English (Translate this text in English): By Car: Lower Chiba Prefecure-Peninsula, the "Sotobo" or outer Pacific Coast-side on the National 128 Road. From Tokyo take the Keiyo Road change to Chiba-Togane Road to its end, ride surface road 126 for few kilometers, change to parallel Togane-Kujukuri toll-road to its T-intersection with the Kujukuri toll-road (405). Turn right (toward south) and proceed to end of road, a right for 100 meters, a left at T-intersection (Lawsons), proceed on that 30 road passing Ichinomiya spots. Turn left T-intersection on Nat. Road 128, passing Taito, Torami, and Ohara Beaches. Arrive on 128 to Onjuku with beach to the left. Total time Central Tokyo to Onjuku 2 hrs without traffic.

By Train: JR Chiba Keiyo Line, Ltd Express in direction of Katsuura Kamogawa, 1h 20min.

English (Translate this text in English): By Car: Lower Chiba Prefecure-Peninsula, the "Sotobo" or outer Pacific Coast-side on the National 128 Road. From Tokyo take the Keiyo Road change to Chiba-Togane Road to its end, ride surface road 126 for few kilometers, change to parallel Togane-Kujukuri toll-road to its T-intersection with the Kujukuri toll-road (405). Turn right (toward south) and proceed to end of road, a right for 100 meters, a left at T-intersection (Lawsons), proceed on that 30 road passing Ichinomiya spots. Turn left T-intersection on Nat. Road 128, passing Taito, Torami, and Ohara Beaches. Arrive on 128 to Onjuku with beach to the left. Total time Central Tokyo to Onjuku 2 hrs without traffic.

By Train: JR Chiba Keiyo Line, Ltd Express in direction of Katsuura Kamogawa, 1h 20min.

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 Surf Spot Characteristics

Surf Spot Quality

Wave qualityNormal

ExperienceAll surfers

FrequencyVery consistent (150 day/year)

Wave

TypeBeach-break

DirectionRight and left

BottomSandy

PowerOrdinary

Normal lengthShort (< 50m)

Good day lengthNormal (50 to 150m)

Tide, Swell and Wind

Good swell directionSouth, SouthEast, East

Good wind directionNorth, NorthWest

Swell sizeStarts working at Less than 1m / 3ft and holds up to 2m+ / 6ft+

Best tide positionLow and mid tide

Best tide movementRising and falling tides

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Week crowdFew surfers

Week-end crowdCrowded

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Dangers

- Man-made danger (buoys etc..)

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A cresent-shaped white-sand beach with rocky projections and small harbors at both ends. Surfing is beach break with some action along the harbor walls. Beach is identified in sections, from the north Iwawada; river-mouth, chuo (center); cliffs; Hama (portside). Commonly small to medium waves, occasionally big pumpers. Popular in summer as a sunbathing beach and party-town. Nearby parking, short-walk-up access, restaurants and minshuku-hotels make this a good option along with Ohara and Hebara nearby north and south, respectively. Often good nice small surf in winter without big crowds.

English (Translate this text in English): A cresent-shaped white-sand beach with rocky projections and small harbors at both ends. Surfing is beach break with some action along the harbor walls. Beach is identified in sections, from the north Iwawada; river-mouth, chuo (center); cliffs; Hama (portside). Commonly small to medium waves, occasionally big pumpers. Popular in summer as a sunbathing beach and party-town. Nearby parking, short-walk-up access, restaurants and minshuku-hotels make this a good option along with Ohara and Hebara nearby north and south, respectively. Often good nice small surf in winter without big crowds.

English (Translate this text in English): A cresent-shaped white-sand beach with rocky projections and small harbors at both ends. Surfing is beach break with some action along the harbor walls. Beach is identified in sections, from the north Iwawada; river-mouth, chuo (center); cliffs; Hama (portside). Commonly small to medium waves, occasionally big pumpers. Popular in summer as a sunbathing beach and party-town. Nearby parking, short-walk-up access, restaurants and minshuku-hotels make this a good option along with Ohara and Hebara nearby north and south, respectively. Often good nice small surf in winter without big crowds.

English (Translate this text in English): A cresent-shaped white-sand beach with rocky projections and small harbors at both ends. Surfing is beach break with some action along the harbor walls. Beach is identified in sections, from the north Iwawada; river-mouth, chuo (center); cliffs; Hama (portside). Commonly small to medium waves, occasionally big pumpers. Popular in summer as a sunbathing beach and party-town. Nearby parking, short-walk-up access, restaurants and minshuku-hotels make this a good option along with Ohara and Hebara nearby north and south, respectively. Often good nice small surf in winter without big crowds.

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