Shichirimihama Beach is located in Kichicho of the southernmost part of Mie Prefecture. It is Japan's longest Sareki Coast.
The coast, that stretches to a length of 22km, is the home to the colorful "Mihama pebbles. The Shichirimihama beach is also known for the pilgrimage passage. Many religious pilgrimages pass through this coast.
Currently, this beach has gotten various titles, such as World Heritage, 100 best beaches, and 100 best natural spots of the 21st century.
You can purchase unique souvenirs, such as pebble accessories, at Shichirimihama Beach. Also, every year, the beach holds the annual "Kumano Firework Festival". How about enjoying a summer esque atmosphere at the breathtaking beach. Check off a festival from your summer bucket list!