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Beaches near Yokosuka Naval Base
Summer fun in Shonan (Miura Peninsula)
A list of 12 beaches near Yokosuka Naval Base. All are located within one hour or less from base, situated on the Shonan coast of Miura Peninsula, Kanagawa prefecture.

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Kayaking in Soyo Gorge
Fun and adventure even for beginners
Soyo Gorge is the dividing line between Kumamoto and Miyazaki. All you can hear is the birds' tweeting and your paddling.

Why You Should Go to Yokohama
Top things to do and to see
Why you should go to Yokohama

A Cruise of Yokosuka Naval Port
Views of Navy Fleet & Maritime Self-Defense Force
A Cruise of Yokosuka Naval Port. Japan's only cruise that offers up-close views of United States 7th Fleet and Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force. Yokosuka city, ocean views, navy vessels, and more!

Canyoning on the Namekawa
Autumn leaves and a scene from an adventure movie
Canyoning - hiking, repelling, swimming and sliding down waterfalls and mountain rivers

Tokyo's Sake Brewery Sawanoi
A blessed location— wonderful nature and good sake
Just 90 minutes by train from Tokyo, you can experience the make of Japanese sake surrounded by traditions and wonderful nature. 

Kaiju Sites Along the Sumida River
A pleasant boat ride, rich with monster history
Take a cruise along Tokyo's Sumida River and see several landmarks featured in kaiju movies.

Blue Water Explorations, Okinawa
Okinawa: Fishing charters & marine exploration
Fishing charter on Okinawa: Try fishing in Okinawa Islands with Blue Water Explorations.

Chill at Keya Beach
Fukuoka's top summer resort
Fukuoka, Japan's top beach resort. Overview with photos of Keya and it's beach houses, clear waters for swimming, and fine scenery.

Shinagawa Kumin Park
Pretty multi-use park in Shinagawa Ward
Shinagawa Kumin Park is a beautiful, open area with plenty to do, such as BBQ, tennis, baseball, a visit to the aquarium, and a peaceful stroll around the pond

Playing in the Yu River
A perfect activity for summertime!
Summer in Japan can be very hot. The Yu river in Karuizawa city is the perfect way to cool down. Bring shorts and waterproof shoes!