- Sightseeing Spots
- It is divided into several areas, such as Canadian Village and British Village, and you can play all day with small children, such as seasonal flowers, hands-on workshops and SL rides.You can't miss seasonal events such as the water play open space in the summer and the autumn leaves festival in the fall.
4279-3 Shuzenji, Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture
- The bright mountains of Amagi, the babbling of the Kano River,
Subtle and profound brilliant Joren Waterfall, attracts a number of literati Bokkyaku of Yugashima
Nature. Located at the entrance of such a scenic spot, as a base for sightseeing in Amagi
There is a corner for restaurants and souvenirs in this facility.
Establishing and providing a more enjoyable time for tourists
Shop 8:30 to 16:30
Canteen 10:30 to 14:30 (Order stop)
892-14 Yugashima, Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture
- Nakaizu Winery Hills is a complex facility consisting of a winery with vineyards, a hotel with day trip hot springs, and a ranch where you can experience horseback riding.
Wine tasting is also possible, and you can also drink brewed wine at restaurants and steakhouses in the park.
1433-27 Shimoshiraiwa, Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture
- Ride an interesting bike, enjoy attractions such as coasters, monorails and athletics, and open the pool in the summer! In addition, a full-scale circuit is also attached, and a leisure land where you can enjoy with your family and friends, such as cycling with rental bicycles!
1826 Ono, Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture
- Even if you hear about 15 hectares, it's a number that doesn't come to mind, but it's big enough to fit three Tokyo DomeThe scenery where the terraced rice terraces spread out to the fullest extent on a very large site is a masterpiece. The terraced rice fields are covered with trees and this is the wisdom of the predecessors. It seems that it plays the role of awning to prevent wasabi from hitting too much. Here, Wasabi Field at Ikadaba is selected for "10 Selected Terraced Fields in Shizuoka Prefecture" and is also a location for the movie "Waga Haha no Ki (Chronicle of My Mother)".
There is a wasabi souvenir shop nearby where you can experience wasabi harvesting.
(For detailed inquiries such as stores, please contact Izu City Tourism Association Nakaizu Branch)
- A prefectural governor of the late Tokugawa period, Hidetatsu Egawa (Tanan) worked on it, its successor, Hidetoshi was completed.A reflection furnace is a melting furnace for melting metal and casting cannons. Nirayama Reverberatory Furnaces is the only surviving reverberatory furnace in Japan that has actually operated.
In 2009, it was published on the UNESCO provisional list of world heritage (cultural heritage) as a constituent asset of the modern industrial heritage group in Kyushu and Yamaguchi along with the Hagi Reverberatory Furnace.In 2015, it was officially registered as "Meiji Japan's Industrial Revolutionary Heritage.iron manufacture/Steelmaking, Shipbuilding, and Coal Industry".
- It was founded by Kobo Daishi in the second year of Daido (807).In 2007, the dilapidated main hall and large roof were restored.
The final ticket office of Izu Hachihachi Henro
Animals coming by a turn of fate have lived behind the temple called Terayama park.
- In addition to the seafood fish market and direct sales offices, there are many restaurants, souvenir shops, and dried fish shops. Numazuko busy with tourists on weekends.
There are the large observation gate"View-O" and "Numazu Port Deepsea Aquarium" where you can meet rare deep sea fish, so fully enjoy on the premises.High-speed ships to Toi and Heda also depart from Numazuko.
- It is a brick construction which was completed around the Meiji era 44 years and draws a lot of attention.It was said that it was supplying electricity with a maximum output of 685Kw and a maximum water consumption of 4.73m3 / s.
- Banjo-no-takil Waterfall which collects the water that springs out of the mountains of Amagi and drips down is 20m high and 6m wide.It is also called "Ryoomoi Waterfall (mutual feeling’s waterfall)" because it gives thoughts from both the front and back.