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Local Attractions

Izu-no-kuni Panorama Park

Izu-no-kuni Panorama Park

Take the seven-minute trip on the 1,800-meter ropeway to the summit.
With an altitude of 452 meters, the summit offers have grand, …

Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Izu Mito Sea Paradise

Izu Mito Sea Paradise is an aquarium with a long history for Japan.
It opened its door in 1930 as the Nakanoshima Aquarium.
In its …

Hojoji-Temple

Hojoji-Temple

Temple founded by Hojo Yoshitoki (1163-1224), the second Hojo Shikken (regent),
who was instrumental in the consolidation of the Kamakura …

Sano Art Museum

Sano Art Museum

The Sano Art Museum opened in 1966 with donations from Mishima-raised entrepreneur Ryuichi Sano.
The exhibited artworks mainly consist of …

Shuzenji Niji-no-Sato

Shuzenji Niji-no-Sato

A theme park that offers the enjoyment of flowers in all four seasons.
Visitors can ride the Romney Railway and the Romney Bus around the …

Clematis-no-Oka

Clematis-no-Oka

Surrounded by the rich, natural beauty of the foothills of Mt. Fuji, Clematis no Oka is a collection of
art museums and literature museums …

Mishima-Taisha Shrine

Mishima-Taisha Shrine

Mishima-Taisha Shrine has prospered since ancient times as the leading shrine in Izu Province.
It is known as a shrine where Minamoto no …

Genbe River

Genbe River

The Genbe River is a canal that flows for 1.5 km from its source, the Kohama Pond in Mishima Municipal Rakujuen Park,
through residential …

Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park

Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park

The main building of Numazu Imperial Villa was built in 1893 as a retreat for Crown Prince Yoshihito, the future Emperor Taisho.
It was …

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