Atami Port Sea Fishing Facilities

A must-see for those who like fishing and those who are thinking of starting out!
With the "Atami Port Sea Fishing Facility", you can enjoy fishing in the best location where you can see the cityscape and mountains of Atami.

The embankment is 260 m long × 14 m wide, and Use the inland sea (Atami Bay side) (the outside is off-limits).
In spring, sea tanago, rockfish, whitefish, medina, blue squid, red squid, urmei sardines, etc., and in winter, medina, scorpionfish, spruce sardines, soda bonito, kingfish, rockfish, etc. Black bream and red bream are also caught.

We also sell rental rods and bait sets (rods, reels, bait, widgets, buckets, water buckets, etc.) and take-out firing coolers + ice, so you can enjoy it even if you come empty-handed.
Sea fishing debut in Atami!

Address: 〒413-0023 Shizuoka Prefecture Atami City Wadahama Minami-cho 1694-32
Phone number: 0557-85-8600
Access: About 10 minutes by bus from JR Atami Station bound for Korakuen → 10 minutes on foot → get off at the last stop, Korakuen Gardens
Business hours/
April ~ October: 6:00 ~ Sunset
November ~ March: 7:00 ~ Sunset
Closed: The park may be closed for safety management depending on weather conditions such as stormy weather, high waves, and strong winds.
* Closed after 12:00 on fireworks festival days
* Closed on the third Wednesday of the month when there is no fireworks festival
* The fireworks festival is closed once a month on the third Wednesday of the month.
* Fireworks festival is open at least twice a month on the third Wednesday of the month.
■ Use admission: 500 yen for adults, 300 yen for elementary and junior high school students (free for children under elementary school)
■ Rental rod set: 2000 yen for 2 hours per rod (tax included, admission fee is not included: advance reservation is not possible)
Parking lot / 500 yen per day for a regular car (advance payment system)
* Closed at 13:00 on the day of the fireworks festival (must leave due to danger area)
* Pets are not allowed to enter.
* Please check the other precautions Publication on the official website in advance.

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