Japón Surf Reports y Surf Forecasts

Japón Surf Reports y Surf Forecasts

About Japón

A diverse and inlet-riven coastline which reaching into both the Sea of Japan and the Pacific Ocean. Japan is split into four main islands and countless smaller ones, as such the wind and swell options are abundant. They would be more profuse were it not for the amount of coastal development, which has destroyed many breaks. Beach breaks and points are the staple diet of surfers here but the most famous are the river-mouths which can offer classic conditions. The highlight of the year is typhoon season (August to October) when huge swells can produce fantastic waves at these locations. Short-lived but often good quality lows track up and down from the Pacific for the rest of the year. Water temperatures varies from 17 to 21°C or 63 to 70°F.

Prefectura de Aichi Surf Areas
Prefectura de Chiba Surf Areas
Prefectura de Fukuoka Surf Areas
Prefectura de Kagoshima Surf Areas
Prefectura de Kanagawa Surf Areas
Prefectura de Kōchi Surf Areas
Prefectura de Miyazaki Surf Areas
Prefectura de Okinawa Surf Areas
Shizouka Prefecture Surf Areas
Video
05 nov 10:24
Video Video 6

Real Axe | Japan

Real Axe | Japan

In the fourth instalment of Creed McTaggart and Toby Creegan's video series the boys indulge in culture and epic rivermouth and pointbreak setups in Japan.

Photo
24 sep 01:02 Aha Point
acfang

acfang posted a photo of Aha Point.

Aha Point
View of the pacific from Adaga Island

View of the pacific from Adaga Island

Photo of the Day
11 sep 08:58 Malibu
Dave Yamaya

Dave Yamaya's photo of Malibu got picked for photo of the day.

Typhoon 17 hit some of the secluded reefs with perfection. Know when to go and know where to look and you could score.
Photo of the day

Typhoon 17 hit some of the secluded reefs with perfection. Know when to go and know where to look and you could score.

Photo
28 ago 03:48 Kamogawa (Big Ben)
Kamogawa (Big Ben)
One of many set ups in early spring. Stiff offshores and water temps are the coldest dropping to 12C. Not sure why they call it Big Ben. I've been here 12 years and have never heard that name before.

One of many set ups in early spring. Stiff offshores and water temps are the coldest dropping to 12C. Not sure why they call it Big Ben. I've been here 12 years and have never heard that name before.

Photo
28 ago 04:39 Niijima
Niijima
Session with Ryo Miura....

Session with Ryo Miura....

Photo
28 ago 03:48 Kamogawa (Big Ben)
Kamogawa (Big Ben)
Batten. One of several banks that can be found between the north and south ends of the beach.

Batten. One of several banks that can be found between the north and south ends of the beach.