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Sea cliffs, white sand and clear blue water, this is the best area for swimming in Japan that I currently know of
The original site of International Flower Expo that boasts a 100 hectare area with 2600 species of flowers and plants from from over 60 countries.
Are you looking for a way to take advantage of the warm weather of Kansai? Try Omimaiko beach on lake Biwa, a clear-water peaceful beach located only 45 minutes from Kyoto on the JR Biwa line. 
Le Soleil (or Soleil Nooka Park) is a French-inspired park located in the southwest tip of Yokosuka City in the Miura peninsula. Enjoy the gardens, amusement park style activities, the farm, foot onsens, and more. Fun for all ages!
Kashima Island is the blob of mountain dominating the coast north of Matsuyama. It’s good for swimming, camping, barbecues and picnics.
Perhaps the most popular and easily-accessible beach from Tokyo, Kugenuma is just over an hour away from Shinjuku. It has a very chilled-out, relaxed "Shonan" vibe.
Okinawa is a kaleidoscope of colours, from the aquamarine seas to the vivid reds and indigos of its Bingata textiles. It is also home to some of the world’s oldest and healthiest people, with 34 centenarians per 100,000 people. Previously part of the Ryukyu Empire, Okinawa was and remains a cultural melting pot, a centre of trade between various ports in Asia. These islands had their identity shaped by centuries of contact, influencing everything from food to music. If you have 6 days to spare, drop in to this blue water paradise and make new friends in the most relaxed and warmest part of Japan.