Izu Peninsula

The Izu Peninsula is a scenic region in Shizuoka prefecture in central . Two to three hours by train from Tokyo station, the Izu Peninsula offers numerous hot springs and seaside resort towns, so it is a popular day trip and weekend get-away destination for many Tokyoites.

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is a city on the in . Historically it is famous as the place where Commodore Matthew Perry of the U.S. Navy arrived with his "black ships" in 1853.


is a coastal hot spring resort in Shizuoka prefecture, on the east coast of the southwest of , .

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Shūzenji is a major hot spring town on the of , .

is a city in Shizuoka. People often use the word to refer to the entire , located in eastern Shizuoka Prefecture.

is a city in Shizuoka. is the city by merger of 3 cities, Nirayama, Izu-Nagaoka, and Ohito.

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French: Péninsule d'Izu, German: Izu-Halbinsel, Italian: Penisola di Izu, Portuguese: Península de Izu, Spanish: Península de Izu
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