Senbonhama Beach, Numazu

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  • October 2, 2017
    On the back is the Mt. Fuji walking while watching the Pacific Ocean far feels good Headed West between Boardwalk and shoreline.
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  • June 18, 2017
    Senbonhama Park near senbon Beach has free parking, convenient access. This is where Nishi-Izu is seen in the other side of the sea, a beautiful landscape.
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  • March 29, 2017
    Not only senbon katahama, we nyudo coast 20 years ago was used as a cow reclining Beach Imperial Emperor's retreat in the coastal fishermen town, and visited many people fishing in a small boat coast a lively (we nyudo coast) kids can enjoy in the morning thank you in how to play the salt sea we grandly over the fire and Sun fire walking at night nyudo there Festival (不動sann) in late may, is 不動sann (home safety, prosperity, and traffic safety) (Suruga we nyudo steadfast Bong 
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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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