A Tour of Nishi-Izu

A coastal town located in the Shizuoka-Kanto area of Japan, Nishi-Izu is known for fresh seafood and its outstanding natural beauty. Just 3 hours south-west of Tokyo, it really is a must-visit for any outdoor adventurer or travel-buff.

Sight in Shizuoka

Arari Fishing Port

Arari Fishing Port offers daily two and half hour trips around the Nishi Izu coast where guests can all try their hand at fishing directly from the moored boat. Once you return to land, take your catch to a number of restaurants in the region who will then happy cook it for you exactly how you like it!

Sight in Shizuoka

Kanesa Katsuobushi

Ever wondered how the dry tuna flakes on top of your okonomiyaki are made? Kanesa is a shop located on the idyllic Nishi Izu coast that still practices the traditional method of doing so.

Sight in Shizuoka

Okiagari Shokudo

Located along the Nishi Izu Coast, Okiagari Shokudo is famous for its locally caught, fresh squid based dishes.

Sight in Shizuoka

Sawada Park Onsen

Located in Nishi Izu, Sawada Park offers open-air public hot baths with stunning views over the ocean from the top of a cliff.

Sight in Shizuoka

Dogashima Marine

Located along the stunning Nishi Izu coastline, Dogashima Marine offers a number of cruise options to allow visitors to explore the nearby emerald waters and caves.

Sight in Shizuoka


Formally an elementary school, Yamabikoso is now a hotel that guests can reserve when visiting Nishi Izu! Although the building remains the same, all classrooms have been refurbished and include tatami flooring to give visitors an authentic ryokan experience.

Sight in Shizuoka

Tsutsumi Farm

Located in the foothills of Amagi Mountain Tsutsumi Farm produces high quality wasabi plants which were ranked number 1 on popular commerce website Rakuten.