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Osaka: Sennan Marble Beach

Located at the coastal part of Rinku Town, Izumisano, Sennan in Osaka Prefecture, Sennan Marble Beach is an artificial beach that is one of the best places to watch the beautiful sunsets within Osaka Bay.


As what was written, Sennan Marble Beach is an artificial beach that is part of the reclaimed land which is now famously known as Rinku Town. Sennan Marble Beach is famous for its white marble gravel covered coastline that stretches for about 900 meters. 
Gotta love the view
Sennan Marble Beach "Always with you"

Due to the exquisite sunset view from Sennan Marble Beach, it has been included in Japan's Top 100 Sunsets. Since its opening in 1995, the beach has become a favorite destination of couples who wanted a romantic place but does not want to go far from Sennan. Hence it is not a surprise when the beach was designated as a Lover's Sanctuary.
The tide breakers are perfectly laid out
The beach is generally clean with some algae in some parts
To promote it as such, a large heart-shaped monument with the words "Sennan Marble Beach" and "Always With You" is displayed on the beach. This "monument" has since become a popular photo spot in the beach and it also became a distinguishable image that separates Sennan Marble Beach from the other nearby beaches like Nishikinohama Beach and Rinkuminamihama Beach. 
Let's go explore the beach

What's great about this place is that it's very clean despite being found near the city. Aside from that, if you enjoy watching planes take off and land then this place is also for you. Kansai International Airport is just a few kilometers away from the coast and is one of the busiest airports in Japan so you'd have a lot of airplanes to watch. However, despite the clean surrounding, it is prohibited to swim here. You can dip your feet in the water though. It's good to note that there are no entrance fees to pay when visiting Sennan Marble Beach. 
You'd surely love jogging here...
Your pet would also love it...
It's also a perfect place to watch the sunset

My family and I got to visit Sennan Marble Beach during our 19th day in Japan. We visited in the afternoon to watch the beautiful sunset from the beach. While waiting, we strolled a bit to walk Yomogi, the pet dog of our Japanese family. I could attest that the beach is really romantic in terms of its quiet atmosphere and great view. Before leaving we made sure to get a lot of photos from its famous heart monument. 


Overall, Sennan Marble Beach might not be your typical beach where you'd go to take a dip but it is truly a place worth visiting if you want to just relax and listen to the sound of the waves kissing the beach.

Getting there:

From Kansai International Airport, head to the Kansai Airport Station and ride a bus of the Nankai-Kuko Line  (370 yen) and board down at Rinku Town Station. From there you have to walk for about 15-20 minutes to reach the beach. 

Another option is to ride the Kansai Airport Limousine Bus (200 yen) to Rinku Premium Outlet and walk for about 11 minutes to reach the beach.


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Comments

  1. This looks so beautiful but I have to ask: Does the marble gravel hurt your feet? It seems like it would be painful

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    1. It does! When you're barefoot during high noon. =)

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  2. I love the name meaning 'Always With You' and I've always wanted.to visit Japan. I'm definitely putting this on my list to visit. Thanks for the share!

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    1. That sounds great Ashley! Please do include Sennan Marble Beach to your list. =)

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  3. Your pictures are gorgeous! I love the little dog :)

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  4. That's nice they let you take your pets there. Where I live, we can't take our pets to the beach. They have rules enforced.

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    1. Whoa! That's sad. Well as long as you pick up your dog's poop here, there won't be any problem.

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  5. reclaimed beaches can be so amazing. I will have to look for this spot next time in Japan.

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  6. The sunset looks beautiful! It's hard to believe the beach is artificial despite the marble stones.

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    1. That came into my mind as well. =) It was surprisingly beautiful!

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  7. Wow this beach is so beautiful... I want to go there :(

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    1. Please do visit Sennan Marble Beach when you have the chance. =)

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  8. I love reading about your trip to Japan. It’s so different than visiting the usual tourist spots

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  9. What a beautiful beach! Hopefully I'll get there someday

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  10. I love all the pictures :) Thanks for the information.Happy blogging :)

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  11. Those white stones are so unique! Looks like they are all in same sizes. This place will be a hit this summer.

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    1. I think so too Blair. However, people are prohibited from swimming here. =) Probably afternoon strolls and early morning jogs would be the best activity to do here.

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  12. keeping your sharing here as my Osaka trip planning reference, thanks!
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

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    1. Thanks Sienny. I'm happy that my would be of help.

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  13. Wow the beach is absolutely stunning! Looks like a wonderful time! -Ashley

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    1. Yes it was stunning Ashley. Please do visit it if you have the time. =)

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  14. So beautiful! I've never seen a beach like this before

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    1. Well now there's one that you could visit in the future. =)

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  15. Wow it's really amazing, the fact that it's an artificial beach blows me away, it already looks heavenly and it is spotless, kudos to the maintenance team and the disciplined people.

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    1. I agree with you Clyde. I also have not seen an artificial beach this clean. =)

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  16. We had absolutely now idea about this place! adding it to our bucket list!

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    1. That sounds neat. =) I hope you get to visit Sennan Marble Beach in the near future.

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  17. I have the habit of bringing stones from beaches and paint them. These marbles are so tempting and beautiful! They will make great piece of art for me :D

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    1. That sounds cool! Why didn't I try that before. =) I collect pebbles and shells on each beach that I visit. =)

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