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53 Selections of Surfing Spots in Western Kyushu

Kumamoto Surf Spots

Fukuoka Nagasaki Saga Kumamoto Kagoshima surf spots are introduced at once.
Find your own favorite surfing point on a surf trip to West Kyushu or the East China Sea side. The East China Sea is full of variety of waves. Basically, it is mainly surfing in the typhoon season or from autumn to winter.

An area where many surf spots with good access from the city center of Fukuoka are lined up on the coast from the Genkai Sea to Karatsu. The size is increased by the northwest to west wind of west high and east low. In Saga, the surf scene is lively centered around the famous point Tachigami, and it is possible to surf while avoiding congestion. In Nagasaki, good surf spots are scattered on remote islands and peninsulas. The large and intricate terrain makes point selection easy, and you can enjoy Good Waves without congestion.
Kumamoto catches the west swell from the East China Sea and breaks. Surfing centered on the fall / winter season. The coast on the East China Sea side in the southwestern part of Kagoshima also breaks a wide range of high-quality waves with typhoon swells and autumn / winter monsoons.

Fukuoka Surf SpotsFukuoka Surfing

Similar to the Sea of ​​Japan side, the winter-type pressure distribution of high west and low east is decided, and surfing is mainly in autumn and winter, where the size increases due to the northwest to west wind. In the summer, you may be able to surf when the northerly onshore is blowing.
The coastline is moderately intricate, so unless you’re onshore just north, you won’t have trouble selecting points according to the wind direction. The characteristic of Fukuoka surfing is that it catches a wide range of swells from the west to the northeast.
Experience is also required to ensure that you get a good wave. When the pressure distribution of west high and east low is decided, the onshore wind begins to blow and it becomes junk at first. However, there is a timing when the winter-type pressure distribution becomes loose and the south wind changes to offshore. Let’s move to the surf spot aiming for this momentary timing.
If this timing is missed, the size will be reduced rapidly due to offshore.

This small, north-facing, bay-shaped spot is usually no wave.

From autumn to winter, it constantly catches the northwestern swell.

This beach is a target when the surroundings are in junk conditions due to the strong northwest swell.

It is easy to catch swells from the terrain protruding at the tip.

A point where can directly hit the northwestern swell.

Sensitive to swells by shallow bottom terrain and constantly wave breaks.

The beach area is a fun wave that even beginners can enjoy.

One of the most popular spots in the area due to its wave power.

A popular spot that beginners can enjoy. Strong against northeasterly winds.

The wide beach to the west is a mellow wave for beginners.

Valuable Katsuura beach where the easterly wind is offshore. OK from beginners.

An area with a beautiful white sand and blue pine coast.

A point break where the waves break between the tetrapods.

Normally there are no waves, but after a strong northwesterly wind, it becomes a target spot.

A beach break point that is OK from beginners.

A point that sensitively catches the northern swell.

A point to quickly and sensitively catch the swell from the northwest.

The point of the reef that sensitively catches the swell from the northwest.

If the swell increases in size on the right side and hits the leaf, it becomes a tube wave.

It is a point for beginners and can be enjoyed mainly by longboarders.

A major surfing point around the constant break.

Saga Surf SpotsSaga Surfing

The coast from west of Fukuoka to Karatsu facing the Genkai Sea is basically surfing mainly with the monsoon from autumn to early spring.
In the summer, check it out as it will increase in size when a low pressure system or typhoon advances from the Genkai Sea to the Sea of Japan. However, there are many beach spots in the direction of Fukuoka, and it tends to close if the size is over the head. Here in Saga, the reef’s classical surf spots demonstrate their abilities.
Basically, there are many points where the eastern wind is offshore in the direction of Fukuoka, and there are many points where the southerly wind is offshore in the direction of Karatsu.

Beginners can enjoy it on the shallow beach.

A point that directly catches the northeastern swell.

A spot where strong swells hit the outer reef and break waves.

The wave quality around the center varies depending on the sand bar. Both sides are reef areas for intermediate surfers.

The front is an easy break peculiar to the beach and is OK from beginners.

Nagasaki Surf SpotsNagasaki Surfing

Waves rise mainly in winter due to the seasonal winds from west to northwest due to the pressure distribution of high west and low east, but because they react to west swells, they also sensitively catch swells due to the approach of the East China Sea typhoon from summer to autumn.
It can be said that the size reduction after a typhoon or a low pressure system is relatively quick, so always check the strength of the swell.

A strong south swell is required and there are few chances of surfing.

It breaks in the north swell when the typhoon moves northward in the East China Sea.

You can surf on a shallow beach with good facilities and high transparency.

A beach with a reputation for its beautiful emerald green sea.

One of the few beaches on the Goto archipelago where you can surf. The transparency of the sea is high and you can enjoy the feeling of a resort.

A reef point break that catches the swell from the south.

If the direction of the swell is correct, you can enjoy the hollow and powerful waves.

There are many sand bars on the long beach that stretches for 1km.

This is a local point, so visitors should avoid here.

A beach break point that is usually OK for beginners.

Kumamoto Surf SpotsKumamoto Surfing

Surfing in Kumamoto is centered on the west side of the Amakusa islands. It is aimed at the west-southwest swell when a typhoon or developed low pressure system passes through the East China Sea, or the monsoon in winter.
The size of the typhoon will be reduced quickly after it has passed from north to east, but there is a pattern in which the typhoon swells due to the westerly wind, so it is necessary to check thoroughly due to the typhoon.

A local point on the north side of Amakusa, which is centered on the typhoon season.

The point to check on Big Day when the southwesterly wind becomes stronger and the waves become stronger.

A boulder surf spot that demonstrates its true value in typhoon swells.

Kumamoto’s major point. Sensitively catch swells toward the west.

Kagoshima Surf SpotsKagoshima Surfing

Around Kushikino and Makurazaki on the Satsuma Peninsula, the good season is from spring to autumn, when you are sensitive to the developed low pressure systems and typhoon swells that pass through the East China Sea.
On the other hand, around Satsumasendai City, which is the base of the peninsula, surfing is mainly in winter and varies depending on the area.
The characteristic of Kagoshima surfing is that it is easy to select a surf spot according to the direction of the wind and swell because it is curved moderately and the direction of the coastline is different.

A fun beach break that even beginners can enjoy.

It begins to break when the northwest swell enters.

A beach break point that is sensitive to swells toward the northwest.

It is the most sensitive spot to the northwestern swell in the area, so should check it frequently.

You may be able to enjoy surfing by charter.

Good waves may break when Eguchihama is closed.

Peripheral major points. Breaks all year round and beginners are OK.

A beach break point that reacts sensitively to south swells such as when a typhoon approaches.

A local beach break point near Oniguchi. Expected value of waves is low.

It is not crowded because it is difficult to access the beach.

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