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Geopark Sea Kayaking Adventure

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Kayak on crystal-clear waters in the Sea of Japan and explore the coastline!

Geo Stand Up Paddleboarding (G-SUP)

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Try stand up paddleboarding (SUP) on the clear, blue waters of the Japan Sea in Takeno!

Kinosaki Coastal Area

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There are two beaches near to Kinosaki which can be easily reached via rental bicycle or train, Takeno and Kei no Hama. There are lots of places to stay at both beaches, and many tourists flock there during July and August to enjo……

Mother Earth – Adventure Tours

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Mother Earth will take you on tours of Takeno coast, a designated part of the San’in Kaigan UNESCO Geopark and ranked in the top 100 of beautiful beaches in Japan.

Hike Nekozaki Peninsula

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Nekozaki Peninsula, found in Takeno near Takeno Hama Beach, juts out into the Sea of Japan and is the northern-most point in Hyogo Prefecture. Nekozaki in Japanese means crouching cat and looks like such from inland. The locals al……

Geopark Sea Kayaking

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Go out to sea and paddle around in a sea kayak with a Takeno Geo Canoe, exploring the scenic views of San'in Coastal Geo Park. An instructor will accompany you and guide your tour, making it an activity that anyone can enjoy. Se……

Takeno Snorkeling and Visitor Center

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Takeno Snorkeling Center was created by the Ministry of Environment to educate on nature and the environment. Volunteer staff run marine life observation classes both on and off shore as well as observation of the underwater envir……

Hasakari Rock

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Hasakari is local dialect that roughly translates to “stuck” or “to be wedged between”. The three rocks used to be one large rock with a cave that had been eroded by the waves. Further erosion caused the upper part of the cave to ……