Hazaki is broken into 3 breaks and a few car parks,

As far as beach breaks go this can be really good, especially at the Southern End (Near dear we say it a Nuclear power Station)

the latest information we have from our Team that surf here quiet often is


General Break Information

Live Web Cam

None as yet, But we are asking around , one of the problems is that there are not many local buildings around , however there are the Giant wind turbines, so we are thinking of asking if it would be possible to mount one to the top of one of those. Fingers crossed we get the right answer.


The Car Park


Hazaki Que Money / 波崎・カネキュー / or as we like to call it "The Final Outcrop"


Hazaki Main Point / 正面

Access: By Car - This is a long beach shaped like a banana (like North Chiba). From Tokyo head out towards Narita Airport on the Higashi Kanto Highway.

Round trip from Tokyo: Depending on which part of the beach you are targeting about 200km.


Hazaki SeaSide Park / 波崎・シーサイドパーク

Best Tide: Its beach break so usually mid tide incoming

Best Swell Direction: Easterly and north East at the Southern end

Best Size: (waist to overhead & 1/2)

Best Wind: West and SW at the Southern End

Perfect-O-Meter: usually around a 4 but occasionally can get really nice (1= 1 ft wind slop; 10 = G-Land)

Bottom: Sand

Access: Car - a long way from any reliable public transport

Crowd Factor: (1 = Pipeline in Summer; 10 = Tokyo

Local Vibe:

Water Quality: Pretty clean, 4 (1=clean; 10=turds in the lineup)

Food: not much around so pack it in with you

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A view from the look out platform which is just up the road from the car park, it gives a great view of the entire coast line. Worth a stop for a few pictures.

A nice little video showing how beautiful this part of the coast can be even when the size gets out of control.

A local surfer arrives on a perfect day , and gives a quick description to his mates via video, we just wish he had got a bit more video of the boys surfing.

Break Map

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