Tateyama Hojo Coast
The Tateyama Hojo Coast (Japanese: 館山市北条海岸) is a coastline in Chiba Prefecture along the Bōsō Peninsula (房総半島) near Tokyo, Japan that is called "Kagamigaura" because its wave are quiet, the sea is cool, and its waters are shallow in the summer. It contains a large pine forest and sandy beaches, and has been popular since the Meiji era as a seaside resort. Ocean swimming, windsurfing and sailing are popular. Mount Fuji can be seen along Hojo coast and its colorful sunsets are renowned.
Open Water Swimming
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