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Zushi Beach

Zushi Beach


Zushi Beach, lovingly named "the half-mile beach where the sun was born," is a family beach with shallow waters and quiet waves. It has aquired the International environmental certification "Blue Flag". The beach is protected by ordinances and other rules, and can be enjoyed with a peace of mind. Note: Drinking alcohol, barbecuing, exposing tattoos, and using loudspeakers or other loud-speaking devices are prohibited on the beach during business hours. Failure to abide by the rules may result in expulsion from the beach.

Travel tip

The closest natural beach to Tokyo, Zushi is typically a bit quieter than Kamakura and Enoshima although it will get quite crowded at times. One of the most convenient beaches to reach from Tokyo, you can reach Zushi in just under an hour from Tokyo Station.

Essential Information


JR Zushi Station, Keihin Kyuko Line (Zushi/Hayama Station)

  • Wheelchair friendly

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