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Take a short trip from the city center to go to a resort in Nishiizu.
A private premium express bus "Awashima Express" runs daily from Shinjuku / Yokohama to the Awashima Hotel.
You can enjoy a relaxing bus trip from the city center without traveling with luggage.
(Click here for more information and reservations)

Customers coming by Shinkansen (bullet train)

◆ Shuttle bus from JR Tokaido Shinkansen Mishima Station.
* Advance reservation is required. (Awashima Hotel Reservation Section: TEL 055-941-3136)
* Please reserve a return ride to Mishima Station when you check-in.
◆ About 30 minutes by taxi from Mishima Station JR Tokaido Shinkansen


Customers coming by car

◆ Approx. 30 minutes from Shin-Tomei-Nagaizumi Numazu IC
(You can also use the Izujukando Expressway from Tomei / Numazu IC.)
* There is a private parking lot at Awashima Pier.)
* Boat transfers to and from the hotel run every 15 minutes and it takes about 5 minutes each way. (Reservation is unnecessary. Boat rides are free of charge.)



access"
Take a short trip from the city center to go to a resort in Nishiizu.
A private premium express bus "Awashima Express" runs daily from Shinjuku / Yokohama to the Awashima Hotel.
You can enjoy a relaxing bus trip from the city center without traveling with luggage.
(Click here for more information and reservations)

Customers coming by Shinkansen (bullet train)

◆ Shuttle bus from JR Tokaido Shinkansen Mishima Station.
* Advance reservation is required. (Awashima Hotel Reservation Section: TEL 055-941-3136)
* Please reserve a return ride to Mishima Station when you check-in.
◆ About 30 minutes by taxi from Mishima Station JR Tokaido Shinkansen


Customers coming by car

◆ Approx. 30 minutes from Shin-Tomei-Nagaizumi Numazu IC
(You can also use the Izujukando Expressway from Tomei / Numazu IC.)
* There is a private parking lot at Awashima Pier.)
* Boat transfers to and from the hotel run every 15 minutes and it takes about 5 minutes each way. (Reservation is unnecessary. Boat rides are free of charge.)


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