Jogasaki Coast Walking Tour

Jogasaki Coast - Izu Peninsula

One of the best sight seeing spots in Japan, the Izu Peninsula’s Jogasaki Coast is part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.

This leisurely tour includes about a 1 kilometer walk along a beautiful coastal trail with views of Sagami Bay and the Izu islands. History, native plants, geology, and ocean breezes make this our most popular tour.


About the tour

Our walk will begin near Boranaya, an ancient fishing hut built around 400 years ago. As we walk south along the Jogasaki Coast Picnical Course, we will learn about local history and culture, plants and wildlife, and see amazing views of the Sagami Bay and the Izu-Oshima islands.

We’ll get an up close look at the incredible lava formations from nearby Mt. Omuro that created this coastline 4,000 years ago.

At the end of the tour, we’ll discover examples of popular music and local folklore based on this famous coastal trail.

The Jogasaki Coastal walk is a truly unique Izu experience!


Book The Jogasaki Coast Tour

Times: Morning tour (9:30-12:00) | Afternoon tour (2:00-4:30pm)
Days: Thursday-Monday (closed Tuesday & Wednesday)
Cost:   $165 per person  (minimum 2 people, maximum 6 people per tour)
Difficulty: Moderate – there are steep stairs and rocky paths to navigate.

Not handicapped accessible: This is a rugged outdoor walk along rocky paths.


The price above is for the tour only.

Jimmy’s Izu Tours is a Guide Only business. Japanese law allows us to collect payment for the guide service only. Customers must pay separately for transportation to/from the tour start/end points, and all other expenses.



Your guide will meet you at Izu Kogen train station. Turn right after you pass through the only exit, and walk out to the taxi stand.

We’ll meet and greet, and then you’ll take a taxi to Boranaya, in Futo, where our tour begins. (*Japanese law does not allow guides to transport clients without a special license).

If you are coming by car, then we’ll meet at Boranaya:
837 Futo, Itō, Shizuoka 413-0231


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