The Ibaraki coast is full of wind turbines, so you can bet there’ll always be a bit of wind around most days.
Best to get in early before the wind picks up. Quite a lot of long borders frequent this area, so if you’re on a shortboard, be prepared to wait for your waves. Onuki is a great break for beginners. Mostly beach breaks along this part of the coast, but there are also a few rare reef gems to be found if you’re keen to go looking for them.
Just a few of the many great surf spots in Ibaraki.
Variety of reef and beach breaks. Works best on a low tide (beach) and a mid to high tide (reef).Google Map
One of the more popular spots, can get crowded with beginners. Wide flat beach that closes out often.Google Map
Long stretch of beach with breaks with a mix of tetrapods and break walls to spice things up.Google Map
Surf Shops based in Ibaraki area.
Surf shop and surf school. They also run local surfing contests.View on Google Maps
The biggest surf shop franchise in Japan, with locations in most major cities.
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