If you find yourself in Okinawa and want a day of sun, well look no further than Azama Sun Sun Beach (Sometimes written as Azama San San Beach). This family friendly beach is accessible to all and has everything you may need to enjoy a full day of beach life.
Azama Sun Sun Beach is a cozy family-oriented shallow-water beach located in the southern part of Okinawa Island. Approximately 610m (2,000-feet) long, this man-made beachfront has many amenities besides its beautiful clear-water and view of nearby Kudaka Island. Located immediately adjacent to the beach itself, in a maintained grassy field, you and your family can hang out at one of the many picnic tables well-shaded by large gazebo’s. If you’re feeling hungry you buy some food rent a BBQ grill to cook it up yourself and further spice up your experience at Azama Sun Sun Beach. Also, while not necessary to have a fun day here, other equipment (such as beach umbrellas) and marine activities (such as jet skiing) are available (usually for a fee, and some may require reservations in advance).
There is no admission cost to the beach, however if you need to use their parking it will cost 500-yen/day. The beach is open from April to October, hours of operation are 10:00 to 18:00, except for July and August when it is open until 19:00.
Caution with weather when visiting, while it is a shallow beach, they may still close it down due to severe weather. BBQ rental may be unavailable due to weather as well.
Azama Sun Sun Beach is in eastern most part of Nanjo City, Okinawa Island. It is about a 40-minute drive from the heart of Naha if you drive directly.
The central pathway from the parking area has steps, however there are accessible ramps to either side of it, making the main building easily accessible. Beyond the main building there are various paved pathways to different parts of the beach. The pathways out onto the jetties are paved and accessible by wheelchair, but there are no rails so they should be taken with caution.
There are beach mats and beach wheelchairs can be borrowed from the office in the main building.
If you are not using a beach wheelchair, the grassy and sand areas bay be difficult to access. Access from much of the paved area onto the sand has multiple steps, they can be avoided but may require going down to the end of the beach where there is a slope.
Various sitting areas (such as the covered picnic tables) are located throughout the area, making it easier for those who need to rest between walking. The gazebos have a step into them but sand and grass can act as a natural ramp for some of them. A ramp leading up to the rooftop of the main building can be found on the south side of the building.
Though pets are not allowed on the beach, service dogs (seeing-eye dogs, assistance dogs, and hearing dogs) are allowed in the area.
There is a wheelchair accessible toilet available located near the office by the parking area. There is a simple toilet (no backrest) and sink, as well as a shower chair and handheld shower to use after enjoying the beach. The bathroom is locked, but staff at the front desk will unlock it upon request.
Special thanks to Tatsuya Miyo for providing additional pictures.
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