Beachfront Resort With Beautiful Scenery

Shimoda Prince Hotel

Beachfront Resort With Beautiful Scenery

Shimoda Prince Hotel

Beachfront Resort With Beautiful Scenery

Shimoda Prince Hotel
Beachfront Resort With Beautiful Scenery

Shimoda Prince Hotel

Shimoda Prince Hotel is located on the Izu Peninsula, an area known for its beautiful, graceful coastline. This seaside hotel faces the magnificent Shirahama Chuo Beach, known for its pristine sands. Our location affords incredible views of the sunrise over the endless ocean, and scenery that changes over time.

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Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda Prince Hotel

Experiences

Scenic Onsen Hot Springs
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Scenic Onsen Hot Springs

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Mariner Store
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Mariner Store

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Karaoke Corner ‘Submarine’
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Karaoke Corner ‘Submarine’

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Garden Pool
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Garden Pool

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Restaurants

Restaurant Kamome, our main dining room, offers a spectacular ocean view. Creative fusions of Japanese and European food, made using choice seasonal ingredients focusing on locally produced ingredients, are here to savor during your stay. Enjoy a style of cuisine that can only be made possible with the abundance of fresh sea catches and mountain harvests available in southern Izu.
Stunning Ocean-Facing Rooms

Guest Rooms and Suites

All guest rooms provide an ocean view, allowing you to catch panoramic views of the magnificent Pacific Ocean and feel the soothing sea breeze. We recommend getting up early on clear mornings to get a view of the sun coming up over the ocean.

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Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda Prince Hotel
Shimoda Prince Hotel

Facilities

The opening of Shimoda began in 1854, with the arrival of Commodore Perry’s “black ships” under the Convention of Kanagawa. In 2018, the Izu Peninsula was designated a UNESCO World Geopark in recognition of its aesthetically sculpted scenery and historic geological strata.

Where we are

Taking the Narita Express (N’EX) from Narita Airport, change at Tokyo Station or Yokohama Station, then travel to Izukyu-Shimoda Station via Super View Odoriko limited express. The hotel is about ten minutes by taxi from Izukyu-Shimoda Station.

Nearby Attractions

Ajisai Matsuri Festival (1-30 June)

Ajisai Matsuri Festival (1-30 June)

Held in Shimoda Park overlooking the town and port districts, this festival showcases 150,000 azaleas with three million …

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Aloe-no-hana Matsuri Festival (Dec-Jan)

Aloe-no-hana Matsuri Festival (Dec-Jan)

Situated on the Itado Coast about 2 kilometers north of the hotel, this festival exhibits some 30,000 aloe plants including peculiar floral …

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Hotel Sundeck

Hotel Sundeck

Take a relaxing dip in the seawater while enjoying the cool ocean …

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Izu Shimoda Country Club

Izu Shimoda Country Club

Features a 6,850 yard, 72 par, 18-hole golf …

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Kawazuzakura Matsuri Festival (10 February – 10 March)

Kawazuzakura Matsuri Festival (10 February – 10 March)

This festival features early-blooming ‘sakura’ cherry blossoms which have bigger, pinker petals than the ‘Somei-yoshino’ (Yoshino cherry) variety. …

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Minami-no-sakura & Na-no-hana Matsuri Festival (5 February – 10 March)

Minami-no-sakura & Na-no-hana Matsuri Festival (5 February – 10 March)

The pink sakura cherry blossoms flowering by the riverside and the expanse of yellow rape blossom which flower on the embankment create a splendid …

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Ryosenji Kaori-no-matsuri Festival (May)

Ryosenji Kaori-no-matsuri Festival (May)

Ryosenji Temple is an historic site which hosted the signing of the Treaty of Shimoda between Japan and the U.S. in …

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Shimoda

Shimoda

Shimoda is a sun-drenched seaside resort renowned for its favorable weather all year …

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Shirahama Shrine (Izu’s oldest)

Shirahama Shrine (Izu’s oldest)

The oldest shrine of its kind in Izu, Ikonahime Shrine contains sacred trees designated as national monuments and has a solemn majestic atmosphere. …

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Tsumegizaki Suisen Matsuri Festival (Dec-Jan)

Tsumegizaki Suisen Matsuri Festival (Dec-Jan)

There are 3 million ‘suisen’ (daffodils) in Tsumegizaki and the entire headland is enveloped in their sweet fragrance during this ‘matsuri’ (festival) held during December and January. …

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