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Osezaki, Numazu

Osezaki is located in Numazu. Plan your visit to Osezaki and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Numazu online sightseeing planner .
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  • September 14, 2017
    Went on a bike ride. No tourists this time of year, it is very quiet. Less traffic route 17 easy-to-run. On sunny days can be seen over the Izu seven wonders of God there are ponds. Overlooking the whole and climbed up a little bit.
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  • August 15, 2017
    Numazu from Izu peninsula West, 50 min long. Parking is about 1 h 300 yen times like. Parking is easy to get and use. Popular with divers and divers who were many. If you go snorkeling to deep off the coast of many different kinds of fish can be seen. You can see even in shallow water. Shimoda ChrisO Beach, is famous in recent years people much too, so enjoy. Spare landscape and transparency are a bit less water Beach I and thought if you want to enjoy the snorkeling in here is good enough.
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  • July 27, 2017
    Diving is a famous ohsezaki. Of course, the transparency is outstanding. Mishima exit ohsezaki Road 17 along the line from is, if you're lucky, a panoramic view of Mt. Fuji and the emerald green sea views. Summer's OSE Cape beaches crowded with bathers. In fish, and is recommended for children. * In the once deeply what is a weak swimmer who float is necessary, in
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Where to stay in Numazu

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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