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Heda Port, Numazu

#4 of 7 in Outdoors in Numazu
Heda Port is located in Numazu. To visit Heda Port on your holiday in Numazu, and find out what else Numazu has to offer, use our Numazu trip planner.
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  • May 4, 2017
    5/3-Nishi-Izu went to travel in four days. We spend the night in Numazu Shi, Heda. Found the spot in the middle of Mihama Cape in a car moving. Collaboration of Mihama Cape and Mount Fuji, fishing is excellent. In addition, Mt. Fuji seen from the Mihama Cape also worth a look is.
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  • March 25, 2017
    I stopped by in Dharma mountain hiking back to the diet. Not so much tourists, Nice is a quiet fishing port. In fishing, of seafood restaurants along the road was lined with many.
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  • November 23, 2016
    Because it was cloudy, so Fuji is visible, but the view from the top of the mountain was a little eaten for the first time the famous "takaashi" satisfactory when it comes to food. Takaashi fishing evening at around 3 pm, in the back to cook on the day that is. It may point to non-fishing, enjoying the places to visit are recommended. Tourist destinations and also different are lounging Toda port of Nice.
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Most accommodations of Numazu sit close to the main train station. Designed primarily for the comfort of business travelers from Tokyo, they consist of standard hotels, as well as some luxury options, primarily in high-rises overlooking some of the more active commercial areas in the city center. Many more visitors to the peninsula prefer to stay in the resort towns of Atami and Izunagaoka. Located close to hot springs, these cater more to international tourism, offering a wealth of restaurants, spas, entertainments, and places to stay.
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