Izu Oshima Island (one-night, two-day course)

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Course:Okada Port -> Gojinka Onsen (Hot Spring) -> Mt. Mihara -> Hamanoyu (1st day), Habu Port/Ukai Shoten・Lunch at Minatozushi Restaurant -> Okada Port (2nd day)

This course takes you on a one-night, two-day trip to Oshima, the closest of the seven islands of Izu to Tokyo. A cruise ship will take you slowly to the island. A jet boat gets you there from Tokyo in no time. Enjoy hiking, cycling, hot springs, and seafood in a recreational setting. The delicious local seafood dishes comprising the dinner at the hotel are one of the highlights of the course. The majestic scenery of Mt. Mihara and the beauty of the ocean sunset are a memorable part of what is sure to be an unforgettable trip.

FIRST DAY

5:00 ARRIVE AT OKADA PORT

Okada Port

On a high-speed jet boat, you will arrive at the island from the Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal in Tokyo in about two hours, while a cruise ship will get you there in about eight hours. (The arrival time, availability of seats and port of entry will vary depending on the season and weather.)

5:10 Map: 1OSHIMA BUS OKADA PORT BUS STOP

Bus 20 min Oshima Park Line Early morning bus
 

5:30 Map: 2OSHIMA BUS MOTOMACHI PORT BUS STOP OR GOJINKA ONSEN-MAE

5:31 Map: 3GOJINKA ONSEN (HOT SPRING)

Gojinka Onsen

On days the evening boat arrives, you go to the hot spring, which opens at 5:30. The fully equipped facility has a Jacuzzi bath, cascading bath, sauna, heated pool and rest area.

Walk 10 minutes
 

11:20 Map: 4OSHIMA TOURISM ASSOCIATION

Visit the Oshima Tourism Association where they will look after your luggage. You can also get maps and pamphlets to take with you. Take lunch nearby in the Motomachi area.

13:00 Map: 5OSHIMA BUS MOTOMACHI BUS STOP

Bus 25 min Mt. Mihara Line
 

13:25 Map: 6OSHIMA BUS MIHARA SANCHOGUCHI BUS STOP

Mihara Sanrei

To Mt. Mihara, which stands 758 meters high at the center of the island.

14:10 Map: 7PEAK OF MT. MIHARA

Mt. Mihara

The opening to the volcano is very impressive. The spectacular scenery inside and outside the caldera changes with the seasons, and you can see the Izu islands, the Izu Peninsula and Mt. Fuji beyond the waters.

15:30 Map: 8OSHIMA BUS MIHARA SANCHOGUCHI BUS STOP

Bus 25 min Mt. Mihara Line
 

15:55 Map: 9OSHIMA BUS MOTOMACHI BUS STOP

Walk 3 minutes
 

15:58 Map: 10MOTOMACHI HAMANOYU

Hamanoyu

The view is breathtaking, with the Pacific Ocean to the front and Mt. Mihara to the back. We especially recommend watching the sunset. It is a mixed bath, so swimsuits are required.

Hamanoyu-Shimao

Bus, Shuttle Bus, etc.
 

18:00 LODGING FACILITY

Mashio Hotel & Resort
Mashio Hotel & Resort

Kick back and relax while reveling in the memories you made during the day.

SECOND DAY

9:00 IMPORTANT GEOLOGICAL CROSS-SECTION

Cross-section

Rent a bicycle for four hours at a rent-a-cycle shop in Motomachi and head out for some cycling along the coast. The important geological cross-section of volcanic strata that can be seen on the southwestern side of the island, along the main road that goes around the island from the Motomachi Port to the Habu Port, tells the story of the history of volcanic eruptions on Izu Oshima.

11:15 Map: 11UKAI SHOTEN

Ukai Shoten

Have a croquette at a popular local shop as a snack.

11:30 Map: 12LUNCH AT MINATOZUSHI RESTAURANT

Minatozushi

This sushi restaurant at the Habu Port is close to Ukai Shoten. Enjoy the fresh seafood.

Bicycle 30 min
 

13:00 RENT-A-CYCLE

Return the bicycle and take a bus to Okada Port.

Walk 3 minutes
 

13:03 Map: 13OSHIMA BUS MOTOMACHI PORT BUS STOP

Bus 18 min Oshima-koen Line
 

13:21 Map: 14OSHIMA BUS OKADA PORT BUS STOP

Walk 5 minutes
 

13:26 ARRIVE AT OKADA PORT

Okada Port

End of the 2nd day’s activities. Take a boat to the Tokyo Takeshiba Passenger Ship Terminal. (The arrival time, availability of seats and port of entry will vary depending on the season and weather.)

Model course Visit the beautiful natural scenery of Tokyo islands by boat (one-night, two-day course) is displayed on a larger map

The red lines indicate trains and subways, blue lines are buses and cars, green lines are for walking, pink lines are for bicycles, purple lines are ships and water buses.

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