Ocean Paddling in Miura
Only 90 minutes from Tokyo, we will awaken our natural instincts through ocean paddling and food experiences in a rich natural environment.
We will sea kayak around the tip of the Miura Peninsula and tour the Koajiro Forest, where a rich natural environment remains. Highlights include Aburatsubo Bay, a series of deep coves, and Moroiso, where countless ancient geological formations can be found.
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We will meet at 9:00 am at the meeting place, the Aburatsubo Outdoor Center. After changing and getting ready at the dedicated facility, we will conduct a brief safety briefing and give a lecture on basic paddling skills. We will follow up with beginners in an easy-to-understand manner. We will paddle through Koajiro Bay, which is as quiet as a lake due to the deep inlet topography that is characteristic of the Miura Peninsula, to the Koajiro Forest at the far end of the bay. Paddling will take us to a precious area where the beautifully intact forest, tidal flats, and the sea are all in harmony. Lunch will be served on an uninhabited private beach around Koajiro Bay. We will enjoy our own lunch time without the disturbances of busy daily life. In the afternoon, depending on conditions, we will paddle out to the open ocean and head towards Moroiso from Aburatsubo. We will finish the tour before the afternoon winds pick up, and you can either take a shower at the facility's permanent shower or soak in the Aburatsubo Onsen, which is within walking distance. After you have refreshed yourself by removing sweat and salt, you will enjoy a full-course outdoor meal at an outdoor restaurant with a spectacular view. The staff, who are well versed in outdoor cooking, will provide you with carefully selected delicious meat and fresh local Miura vegetables. Upon request, you can master the art of grilling with a lecture by the staff who are experts, or you can enjoy the best BBQ style by the staff. The combination of the private, spectacular location and a toast with beer from a local brewery or a special mojito will create a perfect moment after a hard day of paddling on the ocean. True luxury comes after a day of sweat, salt, and being at one with nature.
Age: Elementary school students and older may participate. (Infants may participate depending on the physical strength and skills of their parents.)
Sea kayaks, paddles, and general safety equipment will be provided. What to bring: ・ Quick-drying clothing (top and bottom) ・ Rain wear ・ Water sandals or water shoes ・ Sunglasses ・ Sunscreen ・ Water bottle (1.5L or more) ・ Waterproof bag (10L)
The Aburatsubo Outdoor Center offers showers, lockers, and storage for valuables. Aburatsubo Camping Park Parking Lot: 500 yen per day (open 24 hours) Note that during certain times of the year, such as Golden Week and summer, the rate may be 600 yen per hour. Municipal Aburatsubo Parking Lot (102 spaces) 046-881-6457 One day (one time): standard car 520 yen / motorcycle 210 yen / large vehicle 1,050 yen 08:30 - 17:00
By train: From JR Shinagawa Station to Misakiguchi Station on the Keikyu Line: 65 minutes From Yokohama Station to Misakiguchi Station on the Keikyu Line: 48 minutes By bus: Take the bus bound for Aburatsubo Onsen at bus stop number 1 of Keikyu Misakiguchi Station. Get off at the last stop, Aburatsubo Onsen. Walk about 10 minutes, turn right at the entrance of Keikyu Aburatsubo Onsen Camping Park, take the side road and go down the slope. By car: When using the Metropolitan Expressway, take the Metropolitan Expressway Route 1 ⇒ Namamugi IC ⇒ Yokohama Bay Bridge ⇒ Namiki IC (Kamariya JCT) ⇒ Yokohama Yokosuka Road ⇒ Kinugasa IC ⇒ Miura Longitudinal Road ⇒ Hatsue IC When using Tomei Expressway, Yokohama Machida IC ⇒ Shin-Hodogaya IC ⇒ Kariba IC ⇒ Yokohama Yokosuka Road ⇒ Kinugasa IC ⇒ Miura Longitudinal Road ⇒ Hatsusei IC When using Daisan Keihin IC ⇒ Hodogaya IC ⇒ Kariba IC ⇒ Yokohama Yokosuka Road ⇒ Kinugasa IC ⇒ Miura Longitudinal Road ⇒ Hatsusei IC
Keikyu Misakiguchi Station
Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park
If you come by car