Senjojiki Coast

千畳敷海岸

Senjojiki Coast, facing to the Sea of Japan, is a bedrock beach formed with the uplifting of land due to an earthquake in 1792. The rock shelf of approximately 12 kilometers, on which the lord of the area had 1,000 tatami mats laid out for a party, sweeps along the coast.
Visitors can enjoy the view from JR’s resort train “Resort Shirakami”, which will slow down when it comes to close the coast.
The view at sunset time is magnificent and is selected as one of the “100 best sunsets in Japan”.

Area
Tsugaru area
Category
Nature
Trip Category
Summer Guide
Activities
Nature

General Information

Address
青森県西津軽郡深浦町北金ケ沢
Contact
Fukaura Town Tourism Division
Telephone Number
0173-74-4412
Opening Times
The beach season starts beginning of July and lasts until middle of August. *Depending on weather, schedule is subject to change.
Directions
JR Aomori Station ・JR Shin-Aomori Station
JR Resort Shirakami Line 140 minute ride (¥2,180~)
JR Senjojiki Station
*Train Tickets are not available at Senjojiki Station.
Website
(Japanese) Fukaura Town Tourism AssociationSee trip advisor

Basic Information

  • Multilingual
    Staff
  • Multilingual
    Signs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Contactless
    Payments
  • Tax Free
  • Parking Lot
  • Barrier-Free
    Toilet
  • Barrier-Free

COVID-19 Prevention

  • Face Masks
    Required
  • Sanitizing
    Stations
  • Temperature
    Checks
  • Physical
    Distancing

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Notice


As of August 9, 2022, intense rain has been falling intermittently in Aomori Prefecture, and the risk of landslides, flooding, and flood damage is rapidly increasing, so please exercise extreme caution. In addition, warnings and advisories have been issued in many cities, towns, and villages. For more information, please refer to the "Aomori Disaster Prevention Portal".

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