The Tanesashi coast offers many natural attractions such as the natural grass that grows to the water’s edge, the nakisuna (singing sand) that produce sounds when walking, and a vast grassy plain with many flowers and plants.
In May 2013, the coast was designated as part of Sanriku Fukko National Park, which was established to contribute to the reconstruction of Sanriku region after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
The coast is near the city center, making it easily accessible for local and visitors for trekking, swimming in the ocean, and surfing.
A walking trail is stretches along the coastal line and is a popular walking spot. For cyclists, electric bicycles with GPS and audio navigation are available for rent from spring to summer time.
Kabushima Island/Kabushima Shrine
Kabushima Island is a famous nesting location for black-tailed gulls. As black-tailed gulls are known to be monogamous, the Kabushima Shrine has become a place to pray for relationships and matchmaking.
Tanesashi Coast Information Center
The Tanesashi Coast Information Center provides information about the Tanesashi coast area within the Sanriku Fukko National Park. Along with information about the wildlife and culture of the area, the center offers various hands-on programs as well as information about the Michinoku Shiokaze Trail project and other seasonal information.
|Address||14-167 Tanakubo, Samemachi, Hachinohe-shi, Aomori 031-0841|
|Hours of Operation||9:00~17:00(April – November),9:00~16:00(December – March)|
|Dates Closed||December 29th – January 3rd|
|Address||Same-machi, Hachinohe-shi, Aomori 031-0841|
|Tel||Same Town Tourist Association 0178-33-0462
Tanesashi Tourist Association 0178-38-2024
Hachinohe Tourist Convention Association 0178-41-1661
Hachinohe Tourism Section 0178-46-4040
|Fax||Tanesashi Coast Information Center 0178-51-8501|
|URL||City of Hachinohe(English)|