JR (to Izu-Nagaoka Station on the Izu-Hakone Railway)
■About 1 and a half hours from Tokyo Station.
■About 2 and a half hours from Nagoya Station
■About 3 hours and 20 minutes from Osaka Station
■About 3 hours from Kyoto Station
■About 2 hours and 10 minutes from Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport.
“Hanabusa” in the Izu-Nagaoka Spa is located best for sightseeing in Izu.
Izu-Nagaoka has the “Nirayama Reverberating Furnace,” a world cultural heritage registered in July, 2015, and a look from Mt. Katsuragi commands an exquisite view of “Mt. Fuji,” also a world cultural heritage.
On a tour north, you may enjoy fresh sea food at the “Numazu port,” as well as watching hot water springing out from fountains at the bottom of the Kakitagawa River.
On a southern-bound tour, there are very popular sightseeing spots, such as streets of bamboo rows in “Shuzenji,” the “Falls of Joren” and the “Nakaizu Winery” in Amagi. A west-bound tour brings you to sea bathing sites like “Mito” and “Oose,” while on an east-bound tour you may visit fishing ports in Ito, or renowned golf courses in Kawana.
May we suggest your planning Izu sightseeing travels on a seasonal basis?