2,000 yen for just a tent site,ouch but like you said, peak season.
If you go south to Chiba there are plenty of beaches my nephew slept at for free but perhaps stealth camping is not in your wheelhouse. He traveled light and fast.
hunker down for the typhoon, might get wet.
have you got a place with a solid roof you can escape to?
maybe grab a spot before they are all gone. good luck
l just read, typhoon direct hit. Will do some emergency packing and look for coin laundry to wait out the storm. l don't think they have shelter here at campsite.
l intend to go north to Fukushima and most likely stealth camping or if i find free camp.
August 13, Saturday
Typhoon wind and rain came and gone in 10 minutes. No damage.
Went to Aqua World in Oarai。I highly recommed it.
Here are some pitures. In the evening started to pack for a 112 km ride to Chiba.will post picts later , phone is scewing up.
l went to Aqua Worl d In Oarai. I didn't have an advance ticket but they let me in. 2000 yen. Well worth it
Hi guys. As kiwisimon said, I got back home safe. I'm going to update this post as soon as possible, but in Yokohama I suffered from a mild case of heat exhaustion that lead to canceling my journey going south of Yokohama. Stay tune. Thanks guys.