Zaimokuza Beach Swimming Area

Zaimokuza Beach Swimming Area

The Zaimokuza Beach is a sandy beach with a shallow calm waves.
Among the three swimming beaches in Kamakura, this beach is the longest and the facilities including plenty ocean houses too.
Also at the watchhouse, you can rent out life jackets for children and free water rollers for marine for children. (Information for 2017)
We gurantee that all children can relax, which is only a part of the beach motto to make it a “”Kids & Family Beach””, which we always strive to improve.
Here, we also have a secure monitoring life guard system.
For the installation schedule please visit the official website.

ADDRESS National Route 134 5 chome Zaimokuza, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa-ken
TELL 0467-61-3884 (Kamakura City Tourist Association)

7/1/2017 (Sat) to 8/31/2017 (Thur) 9:00A.M.~5:00P.M.


Sept- Mar


From the JR Yokosuka line・Enoden Kamakura station, take the Keikyu bus Kosubo headed towards Zushi station (8 min)→Zaimokuza Bus Stop, and a 2 min walk
From the Yokohama Yokosuka Road Asahina IC, Take the Prefectural Road Route 204 for about 6km

PARKING LOT There is the neaby Kenei Zaimokuza Parking lot. 74 spots (Jul~Aug Regular Vehicles are 400yen per hour)

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