Flying Sumo has 4 studio units and 1 two bedroom unit available for nightly rental. Each of the studios range in size from 20 to 22 Sq mtr while the 2 Bdrm unit is 36 Sq mtr and all units include a full bathroom, flat screen TV, air conditioning, refrigerator and the studios have large lofts. Guests have access to our extensive DVD library free of charge.BBQ available. 5 min walk to the beach
Surf shop providing surfboard rental, surfboard sales, surfboard storage and surf lessons. English, Japanese and Korean spoken. On-site bar serving large selection of imported beers, large deck to relax in the sun and great pizzas, burgers and hotdogs. 2nd floor has a pension for nightly accommodation and a large fully furnished BBQ deck.
Nestled in a sweeping bay, Onjuku is one of the best-known small towns on the Pacific coast of the Bōsō peninsula. The regional industry of commercial diving for abalone and lobster started around here, though low yields have caused a downturn recently. Until the 1960's, the abalone diving was done by young women called "ama" who dove with no breathing apparatus, and bare-chested. You can see statue of an ama on the Onjuku station platform.