Shimoda, on southeast end of Izu Peninsula, is blessed with a warm climate. Indigo ocean, sea breezes, and seasonal flowers all give a distinctly island feel. Visiting nearby historical sites is another pleasure. The hotel, overlooking the bay, has a panorama of Izu Shichito islands on a clear day, and a nearby beach of beautiful white sand. There is also an outdoor bath overlooking the entire Izu beach area.
Superior twin room has a full view of the beautiful ocean. The design of this room is based aroud the color olive-green and turquoise-blue. At this room, please have a comfortable time.
Suite room has the magnificent view of Oura Bay and it will remove your fatigue from the trip. Please stay for both buisness and leisure.
Japanese green tea set, slippers, bath towels, face towels, body wash, facial&hand soap, shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush set, razor, shower cap, comb, q-tips, nightwear (yukata robe)
Restaurants and Bars
Ma Chere Mer "Bansho"
This restaurant offers you well-prepared dishes using some local ingredients. At this restaurant, you can enjoy both Japanese and Western dishes.
This lounge faces the beautiful ocean. At the tea time and the bar time, you can enjoy some sweets and some alcohols.
More than 100 kinds of Japanese and Western dishes
Please enjoy our original buffet breakfast. More than 100 kinds of dishes will make you so satisfied such as local special dishes of Izu.
Buffet breakfast (J/W)
Junior meal JPY1,782
3 to 6 years old JPY891
Up to 2 years old complimentary
"Shimoda's Coastline, Izu Pensinsula
Discovering some of Japan's finest beaches"
Shimoda (下田市) is a city and port in Shizuoka, located at the southern tip of the Izu peninsula about 80 miles southwest of Tokyo. It is perfect for a nice weekend break away from Tokyo. Shimoda's location, between the Amagi Mountains to the north, and the warm Kuroshio Current to the south, gives the city a sub-tropical climate. Shimoda is famous for its hot springs and beautiful beaches.
about 15 minutes by car from Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
For a bird's eye view of a charming seaside town
Shimoda is a quiet seaside town on the cost of the Izu peninsula. It is most famous for the arrival of Coomodore Matthew Perry in his Kurofune (black ships) in the mid 1800’s.
The Shimoda Ropeway is a short walk from the Shimoda train station. It is a great way to see the town in the larger context of its scenic surroundings.
A yellow archway marks the start of the round trip to the scenic Mt. Nesugatayama.
The top of the mountain contains many attractions including the Aizendo temple. It is a unique pavilion style temple known as a spiritual power spot for marriage and children.
Nagomi Balls can also be thrown for peaceful minds and good relationships. If thrown by one person the stone must pass through the centre hoop. If thrown together by two people the stones must pass through the outside hoops.
You are also able to see the Izu Seven Islands and Amagi mountains from different view points along the trail.
Charm and beauty encapsulate Shimoda and the Ropeway is a fantastic way to take it all in.
about 10 minutes by bus and walk from Shimoda Tokyu Hotel
Map & Directions
5-12-1, Shimoda-shi, Shizuoka 415-8510
6 minutes by car from Shimoda Station on the Izu Kyuko Line
1 hour and 20 minutes by Izu Kyuko Line from Atami Station
2 hours and 40 minutes by JR from Tokyo Station
Nearest interchange: 3 hours from Atsugi Exit on the Tomei Expressway
90 minutes from Numazu Exit on the Tomei Expressway