Campgrounds

mimiura-beach 耳裏海水浴場

There are two beautiful campgrounds in Nishinoshima.
You must have your own tent (no tent rental available).

Mimiura 耳浦

camping_mimiura 耳裏海水浴キャンプ場
This campground is away from the town, so you can enjoy the peace and quiet of nature.
Relax at this pebble-stone beach, swim in the summer months and enjoy meeting other campers from around Japan.
There are no shops nearby, so make sure you purchase food and drink at Beppu Port before coming to the campsite.
There is no mobile phone reception in this area.
There is a pay phone available. However, currently (15 July 2017) the pay phone is broken so please ask the campsite manager (9:00 – 17:00, 15 July – 21 August 2017) to let you use the office phone.

Season
Mid-July – Mid-August (staff member on duty 9:00 – 17:00)

Facilities
Running Water
Showers (Hot Water: Pay, Cold Water: Free)
Changing Rooms
Toilet
Parking

Price
Tent Site ¥1,000/night

Access (from Beppu Port)
  car  10 minutes
bicycle20 minutes
 foot  45 minutes
*No public bus service to this campground.

Address
Mimiura, Beppu, Nishinoshima-cho, Oki-gun, Shimane-ken
>> Google MAP

Booking
Please contact the Nishinoshima Tourism Association.
Phone: +81-(0)8514-7-8888 (Japanese only)
 >> Contact Form (English/Japanese)

 

Shimane-bana 島根鼻オートキャンプ場

camping_shimanebana 島根鼻キャンプ場
Facilities
Six tent sites  with power supply
Running Water
Toilets
Showers
Cooking Area

Price
Tent Site ¥4,000/night

Season
Late April – Late October

Access (from Beppu port)
  car  10 minutes
  bus  25 minutes by local bus, then 15 minutes on foot
 foot  1.25 hours

Address
825 Uragō, Nishinoshima-cho, Oki-gun, Shimane-ken
>> Google MAP

Booking
Please contact the Nishinoshima Tourism Association.
Phone: +81-(0)8514-7-8888 (Japanese only)
 >> Contact Form (English/Japanese)

The campsite is administered by Nihon-kai Katsugyo Club (Uragō Port).

 >> Website
+81-(0)8514-6-0023 (Japanese only)
*You must check-in by 17:00 at the office located inside the Uragō Port terminal building.

You cannot camp anywhere along the Kuniga Coast as this is protected national park land.