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Sightseeing・Access

To fisherman town where fish is delicious surrounded by beautiful nature

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Hotel Name

Umi-no Hotel Isaba

Address

3878-20 Heda, Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture

Telephone number

0558-94-3048

Notes

Numazu IC 60 minutes by car from Numazu IC, 50 minutes by Bus bound for Heda from Shuzenji Station (Pick-up available from Heda Bus Stop)

Pick-up available (conditions)
Limited to Heda Bus Stop and Heda Port.
  • By car

    Access method 1: from Tokyo
    Tomei Expressway - Numazu IC - National Route 136 via Shuzenji to Prefectural Route 18 Heda (70 minutes)

    Access method 2: Nagoya
    Tomei Expressway - Numazu IC - National Route 136 via Shuzenji to Prefectural Route 18 Heda

    Parking: Yes (Free)

    You can come from Tomei Numazu IC via Numazu around Osezaki Cape. 50 parking lots (Free)
  • Access by car

    【Approximately 60 minutes when using the Izu Jukan Expressway】
    Shintomei Nagaizumi Numazu Toll Gate / Tomei Numazu Toll Gate → Izu Jukan Expressway → Izu Chuo Expressway Izu Jukan Expressway →
    National Route 136 → Immediately after passing through Nagaoka No.3 Tunnel, take Prefectural Route 130 Mitohama →
    Prefectural Route 17 Line Kou → Prefectural Route 127 Heda Port

    【Approximately 80 minutes when using the coastline through the city of Numazu】
    Shintomei Nagaizumi Numazu Toll Gate / Transparent Numazu Tollgate → To National Route 246 Numazu / Shizuoka →
    National Route 414 Shizuura → To Prefectural Route 17 Mito → To Prefectural Route 17 Line Kou →
    Prefectural Route 127 Heda Port
  • Access by public transport

    ① Tokyo Station (Limited Express Odoriko 2 hours 25 minutes) → Shuzenji (Tokai Bus 60 minutes) → Umi-no Hotel Isaba

    (2) Tokyo Station (Shinkansen 65 minutes) → Mishima Station (Izu Hakone Railway 30 minutes) → Shuzenji (Tokai Bus 60 minutes) → Umi-no Hotel Isaba

    ③ Nagoya Station (Shinkansen 1 hour 40 minutes) → Mishima Station (Izu Hakone Railway 30 minutes) → Shuzenji (Tokai Bus 60 minutes) → Umi-no Hotel Isaba
  • Mihama Cape / Mihama Cape Swimming Beach

    Mihama Cape extends like a bird's mouth from Heda Port.
    Beautiful sandy beaches spread out and the waves are calm.
    The stone pillar at the entrance is a single granite and a symbol of the park.

    During the opening of the sea, it is crowded with many bathers.
    You can enjoy a leisurely bathing while looking at Mt Fuji.
  • Nirayama Reverberatory Furnaces, World Cultural Heritage

    A reverberatory furnace is a furnace for producing excellent iron by melting pig iron (crude iron made from iron, sand iron and iron ore, which contains a lot of impurities).The molten iron was poured into a mold and processed into a cannon.In recent excavations, shell templates have been discovered.
    The combined height of the furnace body and chimney is about 15.7m, and there is only a reverberation furnace in operation in Japan here.
    On July 8, 2015, the "Meiji Japan's industrial revolution heritage, steelmaking, steelmaking, shipbuilding, and coal industry," including the Nirayama Reverberatory Furnaces, was registered as a World Cultural Heritage.
  • Mito Sea Paradise

    In the onshore show pool “Marine Mammals’s Square”, sea lions, todo dolphins will unveil their fun shows.
    The display of fish, mainly from the local Product of Suruga Bay also fun.
  • Toi Gold Mine

    Toi Gold Mine is too famous.
    A huge gold bullion of 250KG with a market price of about 1.2 billion yen (as of January 25) is worth seeing.
    Indoor hot spring gold dust collection is very popular with children! Take gold dust as a souvenir and go home!