Miho Seacoast (Miho no Matsubara Beach), Shizuoka
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Spend some time down by the sea at Miho Seacoast (Miho no Matsubara Beach), a picturesque and mythologized stretch of coast. The black sand beach has an otherworldly charm to it, backed by a large pine forest and dotted with pieces of driftwood in interesting shapes. Comb the beach to find washed-up treasures to take away with you, or go for a paddle in the waters that separate the beach from the famous mountainous area across the bay. According to local legend, an angel fell to the beach, losing her robe in the pines before it was returned to her by a local fisherman. Today, you'll see fishermen coming in with the day's catch of halibut and breem. Use our Shizuoka trip itinerary builder to add Miho Seacoast (Miho no Matsubara Beach) and other attractions to your Shizuoka vacation plans.
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  • A great viewing spot to see Mt Fuji. On the four weeks we had been in Japan Mt Fuji had been invisible when we were in a location where we might have had a glimpse. So we were not very hopeful. After ...  more »
  • When it came to the front before I became a world heritage site, clouds obscured the Eiger. You may not, however, sees other especially. But the sea is clean. Walk the way of the gods, go to the Shinto shrine's ear. A parking lot is a world heritage site in good conscience.
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  • I visited on Sunday morning. Pine tree near of robe were people are out on the coast and very quiet, the atmosphere. Ready views of Mt. Fuji, is the best shooting spots.
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