List of Attractions


Kawazu Nanadaru - The Seven Waterfalls of Kawazu

Catch a bus from Kawazu station, get off at Kawazu Nanadaru (25 min) or at Mizudare (35 min), and your stroll begins!
The Seven Waterfalls are located upstream from Kawazu river, and are a standout spot among the various hiking trails in Izu peninsula. In April 2011, a rare suspension bridge with stairs was built on a trail that connects Kawazu Nanadaru and Sarutabuchi, which is located upstream
beyond the seven waterfalls.

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* Ebitdaru fall and Shokeidaru fall are closed due to the construction.
After the sightseeing from Mizudare to Sarutabuchi path, Kamadaru and Ebidaru, you will return to the same route the other way round, then take a car or bus from Mizudare bus stop to Nanadaru Kanko center. Please be advised that Deaidaru and Kani daru are available for sightseeing.
It will be closed until the safety is confirmed. Thank you for your understanding.


The Old Amagi Tunnel

45 mins by bus from Kawazu station, get off at Suishochishita or Nikaidaru, and then walk for 30 min. The Old Amagi Tunnel was built more than a hundred years ago, in 1904. It is the longest stone-built tunnel in Japan, and it is the only tunnel designated as an important cultural property of Japan.


Imaihama Beach

3-minute walk from Imaihama Kaigan station.
Imaihama beach is one of the most beautiful shoal beaches in Izu.
The beach, located close to Imaihama Kaigan station, is a popular summertime destination for various groups of people, including families. As it is also near many ryokans and guest houses, you can travel back and forth in your swimming gear.



20 minutes by bus from Kawazu station and another 7 minutes on foot from Nashimoto.
Wasabi, most famously used for sushi, grows where there is clear and clean water. Very few people have seen natural wasabi, even in Japan. Kawazu's Amagi area has many wasabi fields due to it's abundance of nature, and it also represents one of the best landscapes in the region.


Nehan Do (Nirvana)

10 minutes by bus from Kawazu station and another 5 minutes on foot over the bridge from Kamimine.
Nehan Do was designated as a tangible cultural asset in 1993. It is open to the public between the 5th of February and the 10th of March every year to coincide with the Kawazu Sakura Festival. "Nehan-e" is held on 15th of February by the Sawada District.


Kinomiya Shrine's
Giant Camphor Tree

About 3 minutes by bus from Kawazu station and another 2 minutes on foot from Kinomiyaguchi.
The giant camphor tree in Kinomiya Shrine is estimated to be a maximum of 14 meters circumference, 24 meters tall and more than 1000 years old, and is designated as a protected natural living relic.


Mine Hot Spring Fountain Park

About 5 minutes by bus from Kawazu station and 1 minute on
foot from Mine Hot-Spring.
Mine hot spring is a naturally-replenishing fountain that sprays approximately 600 liters of 100degreesC water up to
30 meters in the air. The park is closed to the public for maintenance every Tuesday and Friday.

*12pm to 4pm opened during only Kawazu-zakura Cherry Blossom Festival.



The barbecue includes ingredients such as turban shell, dried fish, fresh vegetables, squid, and prawns, among others. The barbecue is prepared indoors, so it is held even if it is raining outside. Also, there is an open-air bath featuring a spectacular view of the sea right in front of it.