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Onjuku Beach (Chiba) In Japan

Onjuku
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Onjuku is a town located in Isumi District, Chiba, Japan. As of December 1, 2015, the town had an estimated population of 7,429 and a population density of 299 persons per km². The total area was 24.86 square kilometres (9.60 sq mi). The name of the town is made of two kanji, the first meaning “honorable”, and the second meaning “residence”.Onjuku beach is a popular family beach in Chiba famous for surfing and fishing. Theres also a small waterpark open for 6 weeks during the summer season.
Onjuku beach break names: Iwa Wada; Uchi Naka; Onjuku Main.The beach has a well-known statue of an Arabian prince and princess riding camels. Why? The statues commemorate a song from the 1920s that was based on this beach, “Tsuki no Sabaku” (Desert of the Moon). So if you’re looking for a relaxing weekend away or just a historical spot to explore, Onjuku has more than it’s modest square footage might suggest.

Onjuku Beach

Onjuku
calendarJun 24 2017

Onjuku Beach

Onjuku
calendarJun 24 2017