Measuring at about 7-8 kilometers, the Miho Beach is one of the largest beaches in Japan. The land occupy areas from Shizuoka City and the Suruga Bay.
Over the years, the beach has gained a big share of visitors. Moreover, it's also in the list of Japan's best white sand beaches and green pine groves.
The pine trees in the beach, called Hagoromo-no-Matsu, has a legend that's well-known throughout the nation. According to the legend, a fisherman once found a robe in one of tree's branches that belonged to a beautiful and holy maiden.
Among their many attractions are the relaxing sights of the entire peninsula, which features a scenic view of Mount Fuji, and the dozens of Hagoromo-no-Matsu lined up nearby.
Those trees can stand for centuries before breaking down. With a back story that represents various good deeds, the Hagoromo-na-Matsus are considered to be special part of the town's history.
Ride a bus that will pass through the Hagoro-no-matsu Iriguchi bus stop. It'll usually take 25-30 minutes.
The beach is open 24 hours.
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