Explore Mishima – City of Water
The lava flow which flowed out from Shin-Fuji Volcano about 10,000 years ago flowed down the valley between Mt.Ashitaka and Mt.Hakone nearly 40 kilometers and created the ground of Mishima city.
The lava flow named Mishima Lava stopped at near Rakujuen and Shirataki Park. Snow melting water and rain water of Mt.Fuji which has flowed through the gap of underground lava flow springs out in Mishima city area, where the end of the lava flow is located.
Rich spring water gives great blessings to the people of the water city, Mishima. You will also have a chance to visit the Mishima Taisha Shrine, where the volcanic god of the Izu Islands is enshrined.
– Rakujuen Park
– Genbei River
– Mishima Taisha Shrine
– Shirataki Park
Explore Mishima – City of Water today!
Elementary and middle school student: 850 yen
* Rakujuen Entrance Fee – 300 yen
Availability / Operating Hours
8:00 AM – 17:00 PM Everyday
Meeting Time & Place
Start & Goal：Mishima Municipal Park, Rakujuen Entrance
About 2.5 hours
Please reserve 4 days in advance.
Access from Atami Station
Mishima Station South Exit –
2 min walk
Access by Car
About 15 min from Naga-Izumi-Numazu IC on the Shin Tomei Express or the Numazu-Okanomiya IC on the Tomei Expressway.
Note – Rakujuen Park is closed on Mondays (an alternative route will be used)
What to Bring
– Walking clothes, footwear, hat, rain gear, drinks, etc.
– Tour canceled in case of heavy rain or storm
– Customer cancellation on the day will be fully charged.