Minamiizu is a town located at the southern tip of Izu Peninsula in Kamo District, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan.
As of September 2014, the town had an estimated population of 8,849 and a population density of 80.0 persons per km².
Restaurants in Minamiizu-cho
4 based on 150 reviews
We took the local bus from Shimoda to this beach. We had been to the east coast of the pennisula the day before and there was a fairly heavy surf. Here the beach was perfectly quiet with just a gentle swell splashing on the shore. Although it was early May the water was very nice for swimming - at least for Canadians. It was a beautiful warm sunny day but there were never more than about a dozen people on the beach. The only other person who was in the water was a little Japanese boy of about 10 who was in there when we got there and still in there when we left!
We popped into the restaurant in the little complex just above the beach for some green tea icecream. I was sorry I wasn't hungry as the seafood looked and smelled sensational.
4 based on 123 reviews
``The southernmost tip of Izu Peninsula, where you can observe a round horizon too``
Rows of steep cliffs among turquoise blue , rocky shoreline covered with green and craggy coast offers the most breathtaking views of the Irozaki. You will realized what a wonderful mixture of nature with blue marine, green vegetation and black rocky cliffs . One of the best escape to a tranquil and picturesque atmosphere ! Enjoy
Things to see : Irozaki Light house , Iro Shrine, Cape Irozaki
Take Tokai bus bound from Izukyu-Shimoda Station and get off at Irozakiko-guchi (石廊崎港口, about 40 minutes, 890 yen one way). After 10-7 minute walk to the harbor you can see the path Cape Irozaki.
4 based on 100 reviews
Last summer, I visited Japan and was lucky enough to have relatives who live there and own cars. We took a weekend trip to Izu to visit the beach and go snorkeling. The beach at Tamarindo is beautiful and clean. Hirizo beach is very rocky and not meant for sun-bathing. The rocky beach was definitely offset by the tropical sea life that can be easily seen as soon as you enter the water. We saw so many tropical bright fish, eels, sea urchins, and even a small shark that showed itself for a split second in the deeper water. I recommend going on a week day when it might not be as crowded. This was my second time going there. I also went 3 years ago and it was less crowded the first time. I think that more and more people are finding out about this place. It was still definitely worth fighting the crowd and I plan on going back again the next time I am in Japan!!!
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4.5 based on 21 reviews
Izu peninsula became one of my favorite spots in Japan. A good chance for people visiting the country at late winter to contemplate cherry trees. It is highly recommended to go by car as bus access across the places in the peninsula is limited. Wonderful coastline. We went back to Tokyo along the west coast around sun set time and the view is astonishing.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
As the nanohana (rape blossoms) and early-blooming Minamino kawazu-sakura cherries open, this festival is held from early February through March in Minami-izu. Rows of cherry blossoms span 4.2Km along the banks of the Aono River, with nearly 800 trees in a rich and vivid pink. Beneath them are the fallen rape blossoms, creating a carpet of yellow and a colorful world of spring. At night, the cherry blossoms are illuminated, and cherry blossom tea is offered, with sweet sake and other refreshments also for sale. Local delicacies are also sold, a Marathon event is put on, andf much more.
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