One of Japan's Great Pine Trees

On a white sandy beach that stretches for 1.5 kilometers and covers 400,000 square meters is a place where there are 17,000 pine trees. A great place to take a walk, Kehi no Matsubara is also a popular swim spot in the summer. The beauty of this place was even written about 1,200 years ago in the classic Japanese texts, the Manyoshu and the Nihon Shoki.

Address Matsubara-cho, Tsuruga-shi, Fukui 914-0801

〒914-0801 福井県敦賀市松島町
Directions

JR

Route 1
JR Limited Express Shirasage (platform 4) Nagoya-Tsuruga (1h40m)
Go to the bus stop 4 after taking the Tsuruga station.
Suruga-city Community Bus Matsubara Line (6) Suruga-Kehi-no-Matsubara (10m)

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Route 2
JR Limited Express Shirasagi (platform 4) Nagoya-Tsuruga (1h40)
Go to the bus stop 3 after taking the Tsuruga station exit.
Tsuruga-city Community Bus "Gurutto" Tsuruga Tour Bus Line (15) Tsuruga-Matsubara Kaigan (15m)

Business hours

Open 24 Hours

Holidays

None

Contact

TEL:0770-21-8686

Wi-Fi

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Credit card payment

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Supported languages

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Price

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Average visit length

30 minutes–1 hour

Websites Official Site(JPN)http://www.turuga.org/places/kehimatsubara/kehimatsubara.htmlFukui Tourism Guidehttp://www.fuku-e.com/lang/english/places_to_visit/beautiful_view.php

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