11-48 Minaguchi-cho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka, 413-0016, JAPAN


Private shuttle service: From/To Atami or Kinomiya Station. Please request when making your reservation and provide the time for the pick-up in advance.

From Tokyo
Tokyo Station
Tokaidou/Sanyo Shinkansen Line Bound to Shin-Osaka (Kodama) 50mins
Atami Station
Private Shuttle or Taxi 10mins
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From Nagoya
Nagoya Station
Tokaidou/Sanyo Shinkansen Line Bound to Tokyo (Kodama) 2 hours
Atami Station
Private Shuttle or Taxi 10mins
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By Car

By Car
From Tokyo(Tomei Expressway)
From Tokyo
Tomei Expressway 30mins
Atsugi Interchange
Odawara-Atsugi Tollway→National Route 135 1hours
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From Nagoya(Tomei Expressway)
From Nagoya
Tomei Expressway 3 hours
Numazu Interchange
Nekkan Road 40mins
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  • Atami Fireworks Festivals

    Atami Fireworks Festivals

    Fireworks festivals in Atami are held not only in summer, but more than 10 times throughout the year. Set in Atami Bay and using the three sides of the surrounding mountains, whose topography resembles the shape of a grinding mortar, the exploding fireworks reverberate to create sounds similar to what one might experience in a large stadium. The full impact of 5,000 fireworks set off into the night sky reflected in the ocean is a sight of flickering beauty not to be missed.
    【Travel time】15 mins on foot
  • Ito River Walking and Atami Cherry Blossoms

    Ito River Walking and Atami Cherry Blossoms

    Ito River runs through the center and alongside are walkways leading down to the seaside where leisurely strolls are popular. In April, the flower of the season in Japan is the cherry blossom, but in Atami, early-blooming cherry blossom “Atami Sakura” can be seen in January, allowing one to enjoy their beauty a little bit earlier. Bright red bougainvillea also bloom from June, while other flowers bloom throughout the year.
    【Travel time】12 mins on foot
  • Plum Garden Atami Baien

    Plum Garden "Atami Baien"

    This plum garden boasts the fastest-blooming plum blossoms in Japan and is also famous as a location to enjoy autumn foliage. During the period of the plum festival, which is held each year from January to March, the beautiful plum trees bloom and you can enjoy footbaths, souvenir shops, as well as a wide variety of events.
    【Travel time】15 mins on foot
  • Atami Geigi Kenban Theater

    Atami Geigi Kenban Theater

    Geigi (or geisha) are professional artists who liven up events with traditional Japanese dance and music. Atami is home to one of the most renowned geigi districts in the nation. On the weekends, you can see dancing of the “Hana-no-mai” performed by professionals that people generally don’t have the opportunity to see. Tea and sweets are provided, and after seeing the geigi dance, you can chat with them and take commemorative photos.
    【Travel time】15 mins on foot
  • Kinomiya Shrine

    Kinomiya Shrine

    Kinomiya Shrine has long been known as an auspicious place where a god of fortune and luck resides. The shrine has a natural monument, a sacred tree called “Okusu,” which is more than 2,000 years old. It is said that walking around the 24-meter-thick tree once will extend your life by one year. The tree is visited by many worshipers to capitalize on its life force and longevity, recover from sickness, and pray for good health.
    【Travel time】12 mins on foot
  • Kiunkaku


    Kiunkaku was built in 1919 as a private holiday home. In 1947, it changed hands and until 1999 was a well-known ryokanamong a number of celebrities and famous authors who composed many works there. The traditional Japanese-style architecture and walls of the building reflect traditional colors that are often used in Japanese paintings and kimono. Here you can feel the beauty of Japan.
    【Travel time】7 mins on foot
  • Akao Herb and Rose Garden

    Akao Herb and Rose Garden

    A flower paradise on top a high hill that overlooks the ocean. There are 12 kinds of theme gardens that dot the vast site. The rapeseed blooms and the Atami cherry blossom bloom in January, and 100,000 tulips bloom in April. In May-June 4,000 roses from about 600 species bloom announcing the best season for roses.
    【Travel time】10 mins by car
  • MOA Museum

    MOA Museum

    The MOA museum was built in 1982 to represent Atami and boasts a collection of over 3,500 pieces, which include Oriental art, calligraphy and handicrafts as well as national treasures and important cultural assets. Built on a hill spanning 70,000 square meters and overlooking Atami, the museum offers beautiful views of Izu Oshima, Hatsushima and the ocean to visitors from its main lobby and MOA Square.
    【Travel time】13 mins by car
  • Jukkoku Pass

    Jukkoku Pass

    Jukkoku Pass is located 30 minutes by car from Atami Fufu or 35 minutes by bus from Atami Station. The summit can be reached by a cable car 316 meters in length, offering a superb view of Mt Fuji, a cultural World Heritage Site. From the pass, one is also rewarded with a complete 360-degree-panoramic view of Suruga Bay featuring Miho-no-Matsubara (Miho Pine Grove) and Sagami Bay.
    【Travel time】15 mins by car