Best Places for Backpackers in Izu Peninsula, Japan.

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The best backpackers destinations & accommodation in Izu Peninsula, Japan.

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Top 3 hostels in Izu Peninsula, Japan.

These are the 3 most awesome hostels and budget places to stay in Izu Peninsula, Japan.

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Hostel Knot

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Hostel Knot

Hostel Knot is located in the central of Izu peninsula, where is so accessible to any destination in Izu peninsula. Exploring Izu peninsula, this is the best beginning place for your incredible journey. Shuzenji is historical old town which has been known as Onsen(Hot spring) area in Japan for 1...
Hostel Knot is a hostel in Izu Peninsula. Check Hostelworld for prices.

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Historical Ryokan Hostel K

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Historical Ryokan Hostel K's House Ito Onsen

Enjoy 100% pure & natural Onsen (natural hot springs) where fresh spring water overflowing from our own sources for 24/7 ! K's House Ito Onsen is the only hostel which is registered as a Tangible Cultural Property of Japan. We offer you an authentic Japanese style stay with inexpensive affordab...
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Guesthouse 403 in Kawazu

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Guesthouse 403 in Kawazu

Welcome to Kawazu and guesthouse 403 Kawazu is famous for KawazuSakura and 7waterfalls. It takes 15 min. walking from Kawazu station(560m) There are some stores and restaurant from station to the guesthouse. Our family live in same house. The house made on 1967 is general Japan house. Here a...
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Things to see and do while backpacking in Izu Peninsula, Japan.

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Izu

If castles aren’t your thing you could always relax at the beach or an onsen (Japanese hot bath). The Izu Peninsula is the closest part of Izu to Tokyo. Here you can visit the beautiful beaches in Atami. Atami is a popular spot during the summer months because of this, so if you are expecting to get a hotel here, I would book early. On your walk from the station to the beach, are many restaurants and shops. If you are hungry I recommend stopping to eat Kimeidai. Kimedai is a red snapper known for it’s golden yellow eyes. It’s a fish specifically caught in Atami. Be warned though, if you are squeamish it is not a dish to be ordered. It’s served to you whole or as the head. You then must pick the meat out of the head or body yourself with chopsticks. If you are fine with this, splurge and try it. It’s definitely worth it, and it’s now my favorite fish!

Kelly Johnston

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