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Tateishi Park, Yokosuka

(4.2/5 based on 50 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Does passes next to the highway, but I visited. It is performed as usual, the sea is clean. Since it is winter, the air is clear, the Fuji looks like Nice and big.
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  • It is a very scenic place. Maarou at favorite restaurants after lunch, we walked. When weather is nice, we had very good sea. When I used Fuji couldn't visit this time but it was a great place to stay.
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  • Akiya tateishi. If summer is sea, Spring Autumn/Winter relaxing Hayama views views are you'd go. Views of Mount Fuji and akiya tateishi's best shot! A loose car is parked free ️ enjoy enjoy.
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  • Drove by for a couple of times and will definitely come again for more. Great spot for viewing sunset with Mt. Fuji in the background. Best time for Fuji San spotting is during winter season. Parking is free so expect for line up.
  • Beautiful views and clear water. Spent most of my time collecting pottery pieces, rocks and sea glass. Only stayed on the main beach. Plan to explore the tidak pools and such another time
  • I took my three children there today and we had so much fun. The tide pools are full of good stuff. Make sure you stop at the 100yen store and get some nets and buckets first. We brought a picnic lunch and collected sea glass, shells and sea pottery. We spent 5 hours there and didn't even leave the little rock park and go on the sand beach. We will be back a lot more often. If you enjoy being outdoors and have kids that can make their own fun then it's awesome.
  • Free parking. Not very crowded. Incredibly scenic
  • This place is awesome for snorkling and a great place for the kids to play. We went here from Yokohama on a Friday, and got to the parking area and found it was FREE! That was part of what makes it great. The water was fairly clear at the whole beach, but around the rocks and little islands, it was VERY clear, and without a lot of surge and wave activity, I had a ball. Loads of fish to see; lots of shallows for the kids to play in, and little channels for them to swim in that were protected from the swells. I did get a little banged up in a crevasse I got stuck in going after some fishing equipment, but it wasn't too bad. I'd recommend a dive skin or a set of coveralls to protect from the barnacles and the little tiny jellyfish that zapped my kids a couple of times. Overall, a really great place to spend an afternoon!