Our Top Resturant Pick for the area is . Ocean Harvest COCOMO
Great food ,great staff, Great atmosphere. Lunch time or Evening.
Breaks infrequently so not likely & with 3 web cameras who needs them.
Local Information & Recommendations Photo Map
(All photos are Located using GPS coordinates for pin point accuracy)
Live Web Cam
Right beside Zushi Marina so possible
Camera 1 - Overlooking Cobblestones.
Camera 2 - Looking out over Zamikousa Beach
Camera 3 - This camera is mounted on Our friends windsurfing club so nice and high - (see you soon Charley)
General Break Information
A right and left on the rising tide, advanced level wave especially on the lower tides and with Typhoon swells hitting.
Reef of rocks shaped like bullets, they move in the swell and you can hear them while duckdiving. Over head high this can be an excellent wave. Always smaller than Kabune (in front of the marina) and never as crowded.
On swells of 2m it will break and on most tides it will have longboarders on it, as it gets bigger and the tide gets lower it becomes more of a short board wave.
On the Eastern side of Kamakura BayHead through the tunnel on route 134 and turn into the Zushi Marina, and the carpark (¥300/hr). You can see the break from the sea wall beside car-park.
It is a easy wave to check but a hard wave to get good.
Best Tide: mid incoming is better
Best Swell Direction: SSE 170º ~ SW 212º (the Ogasawara island chain runs N~S through the middle of this swell window.
Best Size: 4-6 ft (over head)
Best Wind: N
Perfect-O-Meter: 5 (1= 1 ft wind slop; 10 = G-Land)
Access: 50km from down town Tokyo
Crowd Factor: Holidays 6 (1 = Pipeline in Summer; 10 = Tokyo Station)
Local Vibe: not at tense as around the corner
Water Quality: 3 - (1=clean; 10=turds in the lineup)
Food: Restaurants, fast food, convenience stores and beach houses on the beach in summer
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Video 2 - A winter view of this point
Video 3 - Very windy day
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