Fujisan Mishima Tokyu Hotels Opens in June 2020

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A new hotel opens in Mishima, the well-known post town in the Edo Period.

Mishima flflourished as a post town along the Tokaido, the Edo-Kyoto highway in the Edo Period.
Fujisan-Mishima Tokyu Hotel will open in June 2020 in Mishima.
The location features great access to Mt. Fuji, and resort areas in Hakone and Izu as well as convenient access by bullet train to popular sightseeing destinations such as Tokyo Osaka and Kyoto.
This hotel will offffer excellent accessibility to make your travel plans even more convenient and enjoyable.

Accommodation

 

Superior Double

Bed

1 Bed

Size

20 sqm / 215 sqft

 

Superior Twin

Bed

2 Bed

Size

26 sqm / 280 sqft

Area information

Mishima

MISHIMA SKYWALK

The longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Japan, Mishima Skywalk offers a magnificent view of Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay on fine days.

Izu Peninsula Geopark

Visitors can enjoy the wonders of the Izu Peninsula. Featuring highly eroded volcanoes, Izu Peninsula was created about 600,000 years ago when the plate of the South Ocean and the main island collided.

Genbe River

Genbe River is a 1.5km longwaterway starting from Kohama Pond at Rakujuen Park and running through the downtown area to Nakazato Warm Water Pond. It supplies farms, and is a wonderful placed to stroll while listening to the gentle murmur of water.

Rakujuen Park

Rakujuen Park was built in 1890 as a villa for Imperial Prince Komatsu-no-miya Akihito.
It is designated a National Natural Monument and Place of Scenic Beauty, and has been open to general public since 1952.

MishimaTaisha Shrine

The most important shrine (ichinomiya) in Izu, Mishima Taisha Shrine is a popular place of worship famous as the shrine at which Minamoto no Yoritomo prayed for the restoration of Genji (Minamoto Clan).

Mishima Eel Dish

This popular dish features eels cleaned in deliciously pure subterranean water from Mt. Fuji. You are sure to enjoy the soft texture.

Mt. Fuji

 
By Car

Approx. 1.5 hr. from Mishima

Mt. Fuji has deeply influenced the Japanese sense of nature and culture. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site under the name of “Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration” in June 2013.

Hakone

 
By Car

Approx. 30 min.

Hakone has long been a very popular sightseeing destination offering a variety of hot springs, museums and art exhibits. It is surrounded by natural beauty that charms visitors with different scenery each season. Enjoy the Japanese pampas grass at Sengokuhara in autumn, and a wide range of events such as the Hakone Ekiden (long-distance relay race), which has become a Japanese New Year tradition.

Izu

 
By Car

Approx. 1.5 hr.

Famous for its hot springs, Izu also features many scenic and historical spots. Surrounded by beautiful mountains and the ocean, visitors are treated to the best that Mother Nature has to offer. Blessed with a bounty of natural deliciousness, visitors enjoy a wide variety of delicious dishes throughout the year.

Fujisan Mishima Tokyu Hotel
17-1, Ichiban-cho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka
TEL. +81-55-991-0109
 
By Train
  • Approx. 1 min. on foot from Mishima Sta.(South Exit)

By Car
  • Approx. 15 min. from Nagaizumi-Numazu Exit on Shin-Tomei Expressway

  • Approx. 15 min. from Numazu Exit on Tomei Expressway

From Airports
  • From Narita Airport
    1 hour and 45 minutes. Transfer from the JR Narita Express at JR Tokyo Station to Hikari Bullet Train on the JR Tokaido Line

  • From Kansai International Airport
    3 hours and 20 minutes. Transfer from the JR Limited Express Line at JR Shin-Osaka to Hikari Bullet Train on the JR Tokaido Line