Tassha Beach

A quiet seashore, home to the folk tale of Anju

Tassha Beach is situated in the scenic Senkakuwan Bay. The tranquil, deeply indented inlet is protected by levees and concrete blocks, so it is calm in inclement weather. The water is crystal clear, creating a quiet environment where you can hear the songs of the black-tailed gulls. Close from the Aikawa town centre (approximately ten minutes by car), the beach is popular with families and youngsters in high season. The name "Tassha" derives from the folk tale of Anju.

  • Outdoor Activities
Tassha, Sado, Niigata 952-2135
Official Bathing Season
July 17st, 2021 (Sat.) - August 22th, 2021 (Sun.)
Period of Lifeguard Cover
8:00 to 17:00
[Public Toilet] Men: 2 urinals, 1 Japanese-style toilet / Women: 3 Japanese-style toilets
[Changing Room] 1 room each for men and women
[Shower Room] 2 showers *Hot shower is coin-operated (200JPY/3 minutes).
Pebbles / Swimming area marked with buoys / Lifeguard on duty in the daytime
Beach Huts
Not Available
Available to buy
Not Available
Beach Equipment Hire
Not Available
Ajoining Campsite
Not Available
Transport Access
Ryotsu Port Approx 60 by car
Nearest bus stop
Senkakuwan Tassha(Kaifu Line) Approx. 1 minutes on foot from bus stop
20(free of charge)