Shizuoka prefecture is facing on the Suruga Bay, coast of the Pacific Ocean. As you know it’s foot of the Mt.Fuji.
Atami has been known as a resort town centered on its hot springs since the 8th century AD. Yugawara and Shimoda also known as onsen resorts.
Kawazu occupies a portion of the eastern coastline of Izu Peninsula. The Kawazu sakura( cherry blossom) is originally from Kawazu. Most popular type of sakura is Someiyoshino. It blooms in March. Kawazu sakura bloom in middle of February to March. It’s earlier than Someiyoshino’s one.
Izukogen is located on the eastern coast of Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture. It is a popular resort area for Tokyoites because it is not far from Tokyo. There are many beaches, hot springs and sightseeing spots. Please visit for your Japan tour.
You don't need to go all the way to Okinawa if you want to go to a white sandy beach with azure blue waters. Volcanic peninsula Izu has its fair share of wonderful beaches, of which Shimoda has the most beautiful one according to most people. It is hard to believe that this subtropical paradise is only 2 hours away by train from Tokyo station.
The lake has been developed as a resort area, with an amusement park and onsen with lake views. Some of the onsen resorts accept day visitors, such as Hanasaki no Yu. Amusement park Pal Pal is especially interesting for families
Kawazu is only a small town, and it is a good spot to include in your itinerary if you want one or a few days of nature and rest with fewer international tourists.
Atami is a popular destination for cherry blossom viewing in spring and fireworks and the beach in summer and can be combined with a multi-day trip to Mt. Fuji, Hakone, or other areas on the Izu Peninsula like Shimoda.
Mt Fuji Shibazakura Festival
The Fuji Shibazakura Festival is an exceptional event near Mt. The Shibazakura flower is a species that blooms in different colors and in different shapes, creating a beautiful multicolored field.