Name: Lucie Aidart Occupation: Traveller, Writer, blogger Follow the link below to check out her website “Voyages et Vagabondages” and her experience here on the Izu Peninsula. #The article translates in English very well! La péninsule d’Izu au Japon: regards sur l’autre Japon
Free Wifi! Japan is nortouris for having limited access to free wifi spots. If you’d like to surf the net while your on the go in Japan (in this case, eastern Japan or the greater Tokyo area) you can go to the link below to download an app for your smartphone to get connections to […]
Visit the Izu Peninsula Geopark Website for information on the local nature sightseeing. This webpage covers the various landscapes that was form through the peninsula’s collison with Honnshu island and volcanic eruptions that happened about 600,000-200,000 years ago. The website tries to see the whole Peninsula as “one large park”.
You can reach Izu in various ways using the train. The railway systems in this country (which is mostly made for the last Olympic in 1964!) is very intricate and sophisticated. The further the destination, chances are that you have more options to get to where you want. So anyways, here are the few main […]
Willer Express (Shinjuku to Shuzenji) http://travel.willer.co.jp/st/3/ja/pc/bus/route/calendar.php?oR=1804816&fR=2804816&sk=22&tk=13 Tokai Bus dicounts This page is just awesome with so much information. Please check below for information. http://www.tokaibus.jp/file.jsp?id=8818