Imaihama, one of the finest beach resorts of Izu Peninsula, has a relaxed and soothing atmosphere. Spend mornings out on the balcony, overlooking the sparkling ocean and Izu Shichito Islands while listening to the sound of the waves; spend evenings soaking in a luxurious hot spring bath below a sky full of stars. And then there’s fine dining at Izu Imaihama, featuring fresh, locally caught seafood and vegetables.
Twin room is of great variety from standard one to deluxe one. If you want to stay this room for three, you can stay using extra bed.
Family room is recommended for leisure trip. There are 2 types of this rooms and you can choose a suitable room according to your purpose.
Japanese green tea set, slippers, bath towels, face towels, hand towels, liquid soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush set, razor, shaving cream, shower cap, comb, q-tips, nightwear (yukata robe)
Restaurants and Bars
This restaurant faces the beautiful ocean of Izu. At the dinner time, please enjoy colorful French dishes using a variety of local ingredients.
Maikohama steak house
At this restaurant, a cheff cooks selected ingredients such as beef, fish or local vegetable in front of you. Please eat a variety of dishes while enjoying talking with the cheff.
Azuma, Japanese cuisine
At the dinner time, this restaurant serves well-prepared Kaiseki-ryori using seafoods mainely. Please have comfortable time with the exemplary service.
This bar has full of tropical atmosphere. Please have luxurious time at the resort.
This lounge prepares a variety of sweets made by hotel's pastry. Please have a comfortable teatime with some coffee and sweets.
At the dinner time, you can have a barbecue with the magnificent viewing. And also, you can enjoy some drinks while wearing a smimwear in the lunch time.
Buffet breakfast (J/W)
Kawazu Festival & Tokyu Resort
Come for the blossoms, stay for the resort
Nestled along the coast of Japan's Izu Peninsula, Kawazu is a town that would be easy to pass by. But looks can be deceiving, and that's definitely the case with Kawazu. Each year between February and March, this town hosts the Kawazu Sakura Festival, one of Japan's most unique cherry blossom festivals.
Unlike regular cherry blossoms, the Kawazu cherry blossoms begin blooming earlier, last longer, and are graced with a vibrant pink hue. Along with a stay at the nearby Izu Imaihama Tokyu Resort, this is a trip you will never forget!
about 3 minutes by car from Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel
Seven Waterfalls Hidden in Izu
Go for a walk and make a wish at The Wishing Rock
Varsha wrote a lovely article about the waterfalls in Izu and I finally got the chance to visit the falls myself - what a great hidden spot in the middle of the forest! The drive to the falls was already spectacular. We took road 414 coming from Shimoda, instead of the coastal road 135, and all of a sudden we were surrounded by the fresh lush green fields and hills I heard Southern Izu was famous for. If you want to enjoy the cherry blossoms in the area, this is best in February or March; for the Firefly Festival go around late June or early July. Now enjoy my view of the falls!
about 20 minutes by car from Izu-Imaihama Tokyu Hotel
Map & Directions
35-1, Mitakaimai, Kawazu-cho, Kamo-gun, Shizuoka 413-0503
3 minutes on foot from Imaihama-kaigan Station on the Izukyu Line
Special Express Odoriko-go does not stop at Imaihama-kaigan Station
Hotel shuttle bus from Kawazu Station on the Izukyu Line
2.5 hours on the Express Odoriko-go from JR Tokyo Station
Nearest interchange: 150 minutes by car from Atsugi Exit on the Tomei Expressway