Spots in Yokosuka / Miura Peninsula Area

  • Riviera Zushi Marina
    69 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Zushishi Kotsubo 5-23-9

    Nothing special...just pain old standardized hotel style food. Location is nice but dinning environment is just OK.

  • Jinmuji Temple
    11 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Kanagawa Zushi-shi Numama 2-1402
    In 724, Emperor Shomu ordered the Buddhist priest Gyoki to carve and enshrine 11-headed Kanzeon, Yakushi Nyorai, and Shaka Nyorai statues here. The temple was founded as a place to pray for the safety of the Emperor, national peace, and the prosperity of the people. During the Showa and Heisei periods, the approach to the temple was improved and the Yakushido sanctuary was renovated. This temple retains vestiges of mountain worship, rare today in Zushi and Kamakura. The temple continues to proclaim the Buddhist teachings today. Its 400-year-old woodland elaecarpus tree has been selected as one of the 100 most important trees in the prefecture.


  • Zushi Beach
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Zushishi Shinjuku 2-chome Chisaki
    A family-friendly beach with calm, shallow waters located a 15-minute walk from Zushi Station. Aiming to be Japan’s safest and most fun beach, during swimming season there are numerous regulations beachgoers must follow. Accordingly, Zushi Beach is perfect for people looking to enjoy a quiet, uncrowded, and laid-back beach. There are free showers, three permanent toilets, and two portable toilets at the beach. There are also numerous beach clubhouses where visitors can rent play equipment and enjoy seafood. Events are also held at the beach, such as Night Wave, a project which illuminates the waves lapping against the shore to create a beautiful and fantastical sight.
  • Zushi Beach
    Travel / Tourism
    Kanagawa Pref. Zushishi Zushi 3-2-33
    The coastline facing Sagami Bay is called Zushi Beach. It's known for its shallow water and calm waves and it gets packed with sea bathers when the hot season arrives. They hold the Zushi Beach Fireworks in summer and a horseback archery event in November. Its monument commemorating the Shintaro Ishihara novel The Season of the Sun is famous. The nearest stations are Zushi Station on the JR Line and Shinzushi Station on the Keikyu Zushi Line.
  • Kurihama Flower Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Shinmeichou 1
    A municipal park located in Shimmei-cho, Yokosuka City. A famed destination for flowers in the metropolitan area, facilities such as the cosmos and poppy gardens make use of the natural terrain. In addition to being able to enjoy seasonal plants in areas like the herb garden and tree garden, visitors can also play in the park's Adventure Land playground area. There're also facilities for adults to enjoy, such as park golf, foot baths, and more.
  • Jogashima Island
    Travel / Tourism
    Kanagawa Pref. Miurashi Misakimachi Jougashima
    Jogashima Island is located at the southern tip of the Miura Peninsula. It's the largest natural island in Kanagawa Prefecture. A habitat for Japanese cormorants, pelagic cormorants, and eastern reef herons, it's been designated a prefectural Natural Monument. Jogashima Prefectural Park occupies the eastern half of the island and is known for its daffodils. Many people visit in January when the island holds its Daffodil Festival. Yae daffodils are at their peak during this time, and there are also performances of kaibo jinya drumming and soran-bushi. They sell special items like jinyajiru soup too.
  • Yokosuka Museum of Art
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Kamoi 4-1
    This museum is located in Yokosuka City's Kannonzaki Park. In addition to the various exhibition areas, there is a Mountain Plaza and an Ocean Plaza facing the forest and the sea, letting guests view the ocean or do some forest bathing. The museum annex and the Rokuro Taniuchi Hall displays work by Rokuro Taniuchi, an artist who does the cover of the Weekly Shincho magazine. Events such as art markets and workshops are held from time to time.
  • Sarushima Island
    Travel / Tourism
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Sarushima 1
    Located off the city of Yokosuka, uninhabited Sarushima Island is the largest natural island in Tokyo Bay. The city of Yokosuka has set aside most of the island as Sarushima Park, where visitors can enjoy outdoor leisure activities, such as swimming, fishing, and barbecuing. The ten-minute ferry ride to the island leaves from Mikasa Pier.
  • Heated Indoor Pool, Citizens Community Center, Zushi Bunka Plaza Hall
    3 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Zushi-shi Zushi 4-2-11
    You can enjoy swimming all year round in the basement pool of the Citizens Community Center, Zushi Bunka Plaza Hall. There are five 25-meter lanes with water that's 29 to 30 degrees Celsius. The lanes are divided into swimming only, walking, and free-use. There is also a 37-degree Celsius Jacuzzi and a 45-degree Celsius warming room.


  • Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Miurashi Misakimachi Koajiro 1082
    This aquarium is in Misaki-machi, Miura City. Their dolphin and sea lion performance with a sound and light show at the indoor theater is popular. There is also a hands-on event called the Aquarium Academy where guests encounter sea creatures like dolphins and otters (fee-based, reservations required). Guests can bring a pet into the premises with them by following the necessary procedures.
  • Yokosuka Arts Theatre
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Honchou 3-27
    This theater is in Honcho, Yokosuka City. Their large capacity Yokosuka Art Theater is a horseshoe shaped opera house. Their smaller theater, the Yokosuka Bayside Pocket, features a movable stage that can accommodate multimedia performances. They host events in a wide range of genres, including classical and jazz, as well as concert performances by famous singers. The nearest station is the Keikyu Main Line's Shioiri Station.
  • Tsunami Yokosuka Navy Burger
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Honchou 2-1-9
    This is a western cuisine restaurant in Yokosuka. One can enjoy Mexican cuisine and the Yokosuka Navy Burger created from the recipes handed down from the US navy. Another popular item on the dessert menu is the Yokosuka Cherry Cheesecake, provided to the City of Yokosuka as a gesture of their good will from the US Navy.
  • Tokyo Bay Ferry Kurihama Port
    Travel / Tourism
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Kurihama 8-17-20
    The ferry connecting Kurihama in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture and Kanaya in Futtsu, Chiba Prefecture docks here. The ferry takes about 40 minutes one way, and is an easy way to see the sights of Tokyo Bay. There’s also a food court and restaurant in the ferry terminal, where you can try Yokosuka specialties like Yokosuka Navy Curry and Misaki Maguro Nakaochi Bowl.
  • Osaki Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Zushishi Kotsubo 4-739
    Located on a small peninsula in Sagami Bay, Osaki Park overlooks Kotsubo Fishing Harbor and Zushi Marina. Visitors can also enjoy picturesque views of Mt. Fuji and Enoshima.
  • Teshimaya Zushi
    Kanagawa Pref. Zushishi Zushi 1-2-7
  • Ristorante AO Zushi Marina
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Zushishi Kotsubo 5-23-16
  • Seabornia Clubhouse Restaurant
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Kanagawa Pref. Miurashi Misakimachi Koajiro 1286
    This restaurant approximately ten minutes by car from the Keikyu Main Line's Misakiguchi Station serves creative fare featuring seafood caught in the region and lots of locally grown seasonal vegetables. The bright and spacious interior has a view that includes Enoshima Island, Mt. Fuji, and the sea. It's great for a variety of occasions like parties and anniversaries, as well as dining out day-to-day. Vividly colorful fare like their pasta and Seabonia course meals and a la carte items ensure you'll have a nice time in a chic atmosphere. (Image is for illustration purposes.)
  • Historic Memorial Warship Mikasa
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Inaokachou 82-19
    This battleship became a flagship of the Combined Fleet in December 1902. It was restored by the Mikasa Preservation Society in 1958 through domestic and international donations and government grants and was opened to the public for viewing. They have both 30 and 60-minute viewing plans available, as well as a plan for groups of 10 or more. Onboard you can learn about the history of the Mikasa and the warfare through a variety of displays that include items like a 36 radiotelegraph, 15-centimeter secondary battery operation room, and documents written in the hand of staff officer Akiyama Saneyuki. You can reach it by taking the Mikasa Junkan Bus from Keiyu Yokosuka-Chuo Station to the Mikasa Koen Stop.
  • Kanagawa Prefecutral Kannonzaki Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Kanagawa Pref. Yokosukashi Kamoi 4-1262
    You can reach this park in approximately 35 minutes by taking a bus bound for Kannonzaki from Yokosuka Station on the JR Yokosuka Line. It covers almost all the Kannonzaki Cape that protrudes into Tokyo Bay. Once you arrive, stop by the Park Center to get information on events and attractions. There are facilities for learning while getting close to nature, such as the third Kannonzaki Lighthouse and the greenery enshrouded Yokosuka Art Museum. A wooded playscape, flower garden, and large open area make it fun for everyone from kids to adults. There is also a restaurant where you can enjoy a meal while taking in the view of Tokyo Bay.
  • "Underwater sightseeing boat ""Nijiiro Sakana"""
    Travel / Tourism
    Kanagawa Pref. Miurashi Misaki 5-3-1 Curious Marche
    This sightseeing boat plies the sea around Misaki and Jogashima Island in Miura. Misakiguchi Station on the Keihin Kyuko Line is nearby where the boat docks at Urari Marche where you can enjoy fish and the sea. The bottom of the boat is submerged deep enough to make it feel like you're taking a walk in the ocean. The boat has a capacity of 60 people and during the 40-minute cruise you can watch fish swimming in their natural habitat from an observation room that resembles a space craft. The ocean comes alive with fish once you arrive at a certain point during the tour. From the deck you can also see Jogashima Ohashi Bridge, and Hanagure pier where large tuna ships dock. There are about 8 departures a day. Discount plans are available for shopping at Urari Marche.

Kanagawa Areas


Kanagawa prefecture acts as an extension of the Tokyo metropolis that spills over into coastal towns, most notably Yokohama city, heavily populated and known for its Chinatown and seaside attractions. Just the right distance for a day trip out of Tokyo, Kanagawa is home to some of Tokyo's most accessible beaches, including around Kamakura, best known for its Big Buddha. Visitors can also travel a little farther afield for a weekend at Hakone onsen town.

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