Mihamasaki Cape, Numazu

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Mihamasaki Cape is located in Numazu. Arrange your visit to Mihamasaki Cape and discover more family-friendly attractions in Numazu using our Numazu road trip planning website .
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  • July 24, 2017
    Here the atmosphere is very like the seasons to come. Winter is also less air is crystal-clear, and Mt. Fuji clearly have you will surely in summer is crowded with people at the beach
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  • April 6, 2017
    But that protrudes to the Toda Bay fishing port of the Nishi-Izu natural embrace of Mihama Cape in Heda lighthouse. Leave your car at the Beach Park located at the base of the Cape, on the breakwater to 500 m or so from the lighthouse. Side of the Suruga Bay is a pebbled Beach, Toda Bay side is sandy beaches.
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  • March 25, 2017
    I visit seemed red Torii gate also visited Toda looks slender Cape port of destination. Less garbage, seawater transparency is pretty high and was a very beautiful beach. Sundry shrine in the Cape in very tasteful is very good.
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