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Mizuki (Hitachi, Ibaraki Region) Surfing Info and Details

When a strong swell hits the beach, it breaks from the outside and goes to the inside for a long run.It is a compact b…

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Nagahama (Ishinomaki, Miyagi Region) Surfing Info and Details

It is often one size smaller than Ohmagari and Hamaichi spots, so it is recommended for beginners, especially in summer…

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Toyomazawa (Northern Miyagi Region) Surfing Info and Details

Three point breaks are popular among intermediate and above surfers. The main break is in the cobble stone area, with s…

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Senmaru (Ohfunato, Iwate Region) Surfing Info and Details

Access map and point information of Senmaru surf spot.The point does not break unless there is a strong south swell. It…

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Itanki Beach (Muroran, Hokkaido Region) Surfing Info and Details

It depends on the sandbar, but it is one of the most popular surf spots in the area with a long history and generally g…

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Ohguchi (Itoshima, Fukuoka Region) Surfing Info and Details

Reef spot west of Futamigaura. When the waves get bigger, they hit the reef on the right side and become tubey waves.…

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Kurosaki (Central Nagasaki Region) Surfing Info and Details

This is a reef point break that is sensitive to swell from the south. When a strong northwest wind blows, the swell o…

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Kushima-Nishikata (Kushima, Southern Miyazaki Region) Surfing Info and Details

It is a south facing point in Shibushi Bay and starts to break when the south swell gets stronger.Regular and goofy …

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