Inage seaside park
Beautiful recreational park on the seaside, a popular site for TV and magazine production.
83-hectare Inage Seaside Park stretches out along the Tokyo Bay for about 3 km. This multipurpose park features a beach, an outside pool, a harbor, sport facilities, a BBQ field, botanical garden and more.
Japan’s first artificial beach, Inage no Hama, is filled with white silica sand from Albany, Western Australia, and provides a perfect setting for swimming and strolling. Inage Seaside Park Pool offers exciting water activities including a variety of waterslides.
Small planet CAMP&GRILL is set up for fun and pleasant BBQ’s on the lawn. You can just visit without any preparation, rent a BBQ grill and all accessories at the site, and buy ingredients from Chiba Prefecture or bring your own food.
You can see Mt. Fuji, Umihotaru, Skytree on clear days, along with a beautiful sunset. This has long been a popular spot for filming TV dramas, commercials, and magazines shots.
Swim and stroll on the white sand beach of Inage no Hama.
Mt. Fuji, Umihotaru, and Skytree appear beautifully over Tokyo Bay on clear days.
You can watch the gathering of seaside migratory birds in winter, such as ducks, gulls and plovers.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 7 Takahama, Mihama-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba Prefecture
※Please check the official website for admission fees to each facility.
- No holidays
- Business Hours
- Not Specified
- From Inage-kaigan Station on the JR Keiyo Line, take the Kaihin Kotsu Bus bound for Kaihin Koen Pool and get off at the last stop.
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)