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Izu Island
Izu Island

Izu Island

The Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka is famous for its beaches, hot springs and water sports. It is also home to well-known and popular beaches such as Atami, Ito and Shimoda. Smaller towns like Minami-Izu and Nishi-Izu are also becoming more popular. Mount Fuji can be seen to the northwest of the Izu Peninsula, which is also part of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. The mountains and plateaus of the Izu Peninsula attract many hikers and nature lovers, and you can enjoy dishes made with ingredients such as wild boar and mountain vegetables. The Izu Peninsula is also an important center for Japan's international relations: the first U.S. Consul General in Japan negotiated a trade agreement here, ending Japan's long-term isolation.

Event start date and venue

May 15, 2024, 12:00 AM GMT+9 – Aug 15, 2024, 11:50 PM GMT+9

Ito City, 〒 413-0231 841-1 Tomi, Ito City, Shizuoka Prefecture,Japan

Itinerary route recommendation

  • Recommended Route ①: Izu Island~ Izu Shirahama beach~Mount Nesugatayama Observatory~Shimoda aquarium
  • Recommended Route ②: Izu Panorama Park ~Shuzenji~Mt. Omuro~Izu Island

The above itineraries are for reference only.Customized itineraries are available to suit your preferences.

Cost details

  • Izu Peninsula one-day tour 10 hours chartered car

    Fees include: Fuel costs, parking fees, highway fees, driver fees, driver meal fees, first child seat fee, 10 hours of vehicle use fee (including travel time). The fee does not include: Attraction tickets, personal expenses, overtime use of the car, tour guide fees, second and subsequent child seats, driver accommodation fees (if the return trip of more than two days is not in Tokyo).

    From ¥1,500 to ¥130,000
    • ¥125,000
    • ¥130,000
    • ¥1,500
    • ¥20,000



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