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73 Selections of Surfing Spots in Chiba

Chiba Surf Spots

Introducing 73 surf spots in Chiba.
Find your favorite surfing spot on a surf trip to Chiba, Kujukuri and Minamiboso.
Needless to say, Chiba is known as Japan’s largest surf kingdom.
The vast terrain facing the Pacific Ocean is characterized by the fact that you can choose points according to the height, waves, and wind direction, from Kujukuri Beach in the north to the relatively complex coral reefs in the south. The constant breaks, wave quality and surfer levels that you can surf all year round are among the best in Japan. Chiba has world-class surf culture.
In addition, it is one of Japan’s leading surfing areas, which is famous as the venue for the world championships, and its proximity to central Tokyo is also a popular secret.

A surf spot facing the east of the easternmost spot of Honshu. Artificial reefs are placed near the center of Kimigahama.

It catches the southwestern swell directly, but it is a local point. Visitors are not allowed.

A shallow beach that shows its true value when a typhoon approaches.

Although it is a wide area, it is dangerous because there is a tetrapod inside and the flow is very strong toward Iioka.

On the fishing port side, catch the east swell more widely than the main Iioka.

The waves don’t usually hit. It breaks beautifully with a strong south swell.

A popular spot in Iioka. It is very sensitive to swells and breaks all year round, especially during low tide.

It is an area with many locals, and visitors need to surfing pay attention.

When the conditions are set right, it will start to break from outside and you can ride for a long ride.

The relatively mellow waves are more popular than the surrounding area, and it is always crowded, especially on longboarders.

A spot in front of Kanpo no Yado Hotel Asahi. It turns offshore in the north wind.

The break is of good quality and is a spot that Asahi’s local surfers cherish.

Well-equipped, relatively easy wave quality and popular with visitors.

It features a wave quality that is easy and can be enjoyed by beginners.

The points are on both sides of the breakwater. The estuary also wave breaks constantly.

Sand accumulates along the long protruding breakwater, and the waves break constantly.

A popular surf spot with good facilities and location, but it tends to be vulnerable to the wind.

A wide and shallow beach on the north side of Katagai fishing port, and it is a popular spot with good facilities and wave quality.

One of the most accessible spots from the Tokyo area. Waves can be expected all year round.

A central spot around the area where you can expect a good wave break all year round.

Located in the south of Katakai, the point in front of the Fudodo interchange.

A vacant little-known spot located between Shirasato P and Ichimatsu P. There is also free parking.

A spot that sensitively catches the swells of the southeast. The wave quality is easy and gentle.

It is located between Shirako and Ichinomiya, and is vacant despite its good access.

A famous surf spot that represents Chiba. Full facilities are available in a vast area.

A spot around the south of Ichinomiya coast. Located near Torami, the point is in front of the surf shop CHP. Crisp and great wave quality.

Torami is very sensitive to swells and is a spot where you can surf all year round.

A high-level surf spot where professionals gather, one of the most sacred places for shortboards in Japan. It is also the venue for surfing for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

A historic classical surf spot. Very popular with longboarders.

If the estuary conditions are right, you may see the tube waves.

The surf is between the wave-dissipating blocks that spread from the right side of the river mouth.

The parking space is small, so be careful when entering. The waves are powerful.

Mainly surfing between tetrapods. Mainly the waves are fast and hollow wave.

Due to the long breakwater, there are many days of small conditions throughout the year.

If a typhoon creates a strong swell, you can enjoy the hollow and powerful waves.

Southern Chiba

A surf spot in the shape of a Tsurishi coast bay surrounded by small cliffs. Entry from the road is currently difficult.

If the terrain and the direction of the swell match, you can expect tube waves, which is a popular point for both locals and visitors.

Due to the relatively wide wave quality, if the swell becomes stronger, the current tide to the offshore also tends to become stronger.

A popular point where the waves break along the breakwater and many locals visit.

One of the best expert points in the Katsuura area where the waves break under the cliff.

A world-famous surf spot from the past WCT and ASP pros. The wave quality is also extremely high.

Both regular and goofy can expect tube waves inside.

A leaf spot where you can expect tube riding depending on the conditions.

A classical reef point that became the WCT venue in 2004 and 2005.

A local point located far offshore from Expert Surfers Only.

A beautiful beach point that begins to break when a strong southwestern swell enters. Beginners are also accepted.

Along with Moriya Beach next to the east, this point is suitable for beginners’ surfing practice.

A spot that begins to break with a strong southwestern swell. Good waves break especially around the rivermouth.

A classic famous surf spot that represents the Shouthern Chiba area.

The thermal wind from the south in the summer also avoids the side to some extent.

The terrain is deep and hard to wave break. Therefore, there are many shore break waves.

Depending on the terrain, it may be possible to ride long from the outside.

A popular beach spot where the terrain is relatively stable and the waves break constantly.

A compact point where the number of entries is limited. Basically, it is centered on the south swell, but sometimes it catches the swell toward the north.

A historic spot that shows a high quality hollow wave break all year round.

Peripheral major spots. There are many visitors and the wave quality is generally good throughout the year.

Sandbars are easy to form and show a wave break with good shoulders all year round.

A popular spot with some wave break points thanks to the sand that accumulates at the rivermouth.

Sensitive to swells and constantly breaking waves, tides are complicated so beginners should refrain from .

A popular point in the area that is very sensitive to swells and shows high quality breaks.

It is sensitive to eastern swells and is often relatively large in size. However, it is hard to break.

It catches from north to east, but is often one size smaller than the surrounding area. Locals surfers gather on Big Day.

It begins to break due to strong south swells such as typhoons. Powerful with a lot of water.

It is a small bay-like spot that can be surfed by low pressure and typhoon swells.

A high-quality wave break from the outside due to typhoon swells. If there are many locals, should refrain surfing.

The most suitable surf spot for beginners in Heisaura.

It is a beach break point and has rivermouth. A large amount of sand can be expected to flow in after heavy rain.

A major spot in Heisaura. You can enjoy fun waves on both right and left.

Catch not only the south swell but also the north swell. Can be surfed when the tide is low.

A shallow beach that sensitively catches strong southwestern swells.

A spot in Tokyo Bay that you should check when the Sotobo area is closed and a typhoon approaches Kanto.

Can be surfed when the east coast is closed and Tokyo Bay has a strong southwestern swell.

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