This beach on the border of the national park Irozaki and Nakagi boasts outstanding transparency. Due to its unique geographical environment, which can only be reached by boat, it is a place where nature remains untouched. The tip of the peninsula is covered with sheer cliffs, the whole area is a national park and nothing has been developed, there are no rivers nearby, and the southernmost coast of the Izu Peninsula is surrounded by the Kuroshio Current. This beach has the most beautiful water in the Izu area. The rich Kuroshio Current brings seasonal migratory fish and big migratory fish around, making it a perfect spot for snorkeling. In addition, precious Eda coral grows in colonies, and there was even talk of a marine national park, which is rare on the Pacific coast.
Especially if it's popular with snorkelers in September, I think it's No. 1 in the Kanto area or Honshu, and I actually think this field is No. 1 point.
Address：〒415-0311 1263 Nakagi, Minamiizu Town, Kamo District, Shizuoka Prefecture