Hokkaido beach in Japan where sea meets snow and sand



If you are a beach lover, you should definitely bookmark this place. Here, we bring to you a spectacular beach that will offer you all at one place. Sand, sea, and sand!

While we all will agree that the magic of nature never ceases to amaze us, this beach will just leave you speechless. This amazing beach is in Japan, so make sure you visit this spot during your next visit to Japan.

So, are you intrigued to know where this place is located in Japan? You can spot this rare phenomenon at San’in Kaigan Geopark, which was declared a Japanese Geopark in 2008 and a UNESCO Global Geopark in 2010.

It’s located in the west of Japan, and stretches from the eastern Kyogamisaki Cape, Kyoto to the western Hakuto Kaigan Coast, Tottori, this geopark is dotted with a diversity of geological sites that are related to the formation of the Sea of Japan. It also has geographical features such as ria-type coasts, sand bars, sand dunes, volcanoes and valleys. Because of this diversity, this geopark also serves as home to rare plants like Pseudolysimachion ornatum, Ciconia boyciana, and Ranunculus nipponicus.

And as per, “it covers three cities, towns and prefectures with a population of about 400,000. As the region has experienced three large earthquakes, there are disaster-related sites as well, such as reconstruction heritage sites and fault displacement, which serve as disaster education material. In addition, local hot springs have long been appreciated as people’s health resorts.

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