The Izu Peninsula, which juts out into the Pacific Ocean and has Sagami Bay to the east and Suruga Bay to the west, is one of the most popular tourist regions in Japan. Its green hills, its spas and spas, as well as the quality of its traditional hotels and hostels are part of this success. In addition, it is easily accessible due to its proximity to Tokyo and because it is at the foot of Mount Fuji.
- The east coast
- The center
- The south coast and the west coast
Recommended spas and spas
Kuron-Iwa-Buro, an open-air bath a 7-minute walk from Izu Hokkawa Station with the Izu-Kyuko Railways line.
Reserved for women.
Odoriko Onsen-kaikan, with outdoor baths and indoor baths, separation between men and women. 10 minutes by bus from Kawazu Station (on the Izu-Kyuko Railways line). Get off at the Odoriko-Onsen-kaikan-mae stop.
Yunokuni-Kaikan, with outdoor baths and indoor baths, separation between men and women. 20 minutes by bus from Shuzenji Station (with the Izu-Kyuko Railways line). Get off at the Yunokuni-kaikan-mae stop.
The most beautiful beaches of the Izu peninsula
This beach is famous for being the largest and the most beautiful on the peninsula.
10 minutes by bus from Shimoda station.
- Situated in an arched bay, this white sand beach lined with pine trees stretches for 1 km. Very visited in summer, it is home to a national holiday village.
30 minutes by bus from Shimoda station.