We will meet at Izu-Nagaoka station (Izu Hakone line)around 10:30 a.m. Rent a bike (electric-assisted bike), then visit Nirayama Hansharo (Nirayama Reverberatory Furnaces) which is one of the components of world heritage sites. It is clear weather, you can see the view of Mt. Fuji and Furnaces together. Eat lunch near restaurants or try ramen noodles. After that visit Egawatei residence (officer's house). You can see the old Japanese style buildings ( National Important cultural property) where Officer named Egawa Tarozaemon lived in. The last place we will visit is Ganjojuin Temple which has quite famous Buddha statues of National treasure by sculpture artist Unkei. Visit Izu panorama park where you can ride a ropeway to the top. Back to Izu-Nagaoka station and then take a train to Mishima station.
I've been living in this area for over 20 years. I'm a professional National licensed tour guide from 2016. So I'm able to let you know about the Izunokuni-city area in detail. I can help you know the Japanese culture and rural lives. I have lots of experience of travel abroad such as Europe, the U.S., South America, and Australia, etc. So I can guide you around here by bike with a chat.
a bottle of water for a day
NIrayama hansharo & Egawatei combined ticket Entrance fee for Ganjoujuin Izunokuni panorama park
Rent an E-bike or a bike (needs ID) with a helmet
Nirayama Hansharo (Reverberatory Furnaces) which you can see the very rare world heritage sites. Egawatei residence (Officer's house) which is the Japanese traditional house. Ganjoujuin Temple where you can see the national treasure buddha statues. Izu panorama park where you can ride a ropeway to the top
If you would like to meet at Mishima station. Please let me know when the booking. It is possible to pick you up there.
E-bike cycling countryside in IZUNOKUNI