Koibito Misaki (Lover's Cape)

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Koibito Misaki (Lover's Cape) in west Izu is a scenic spot with a view of Mt. Fuji across the Suruga Bay. It was renamed to its current romantic title "Lover's Cape" because of the many tourists visiting this place due to a folklore that had been told about couples reconfirming their love by ringing the bell. The promenade leading to the cape is surrounded by nature and is ideal for a walk. Don't miss the "Love Call Bell" that is installed exactly as it seems to be mentioned in the folklore.

Address
3135-7 Koshimoda, Izu-shi, Shizuoka
Contact No.
+81-558-99-0026
Access
*From Shuzenji Station on Izu Hakone Railway, take the Tokai Bus and get off at Koibito Misaki *From Numazu Port take the express boat White Marine to Toi Port followed by a 10-min taxi ride
Official Website
http://www.toi-annai.com/
Time Required
2 hours
Other Information
*Entry is free however due to the lack of lights, it is prohibited to enter after dark.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Promenade Leading to the Cape

From the entrance to the tip of Koibito Misaki is around 700 meters. A "board walk" with a nice wooden feel is installed so visitors can walk comfortably. Once you reach the end while looking at the greenery and the shimmering ocean, at one point, you will be greeted by a clear and marvelous view of the horizon.

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Love Call Bell that Fulfills your Love

In the middle of the "board walk," the "love call bell" is installed. Try ringing it three times and then calling out the name of your significant other; it is said that this will lead your romance to be successful. Be careful not to miss it, as it is often confused with the "golden bell" at the tip of the cape.

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Mt. Fuji Floating on Suruga Bay

Mt. Fuji is on a lot of people's must-see list when visiting Japan. At Koibito Misaki, you can see Mt. Fuji on the other side of Suruga Bay. West Izu has many capes. The beauty of the coast line is also a must-see.

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A Romantic Sunset

West Izu is among the top sunset spots in Japan. From Koibito Misaki, you can see the sun setting while it colors the great ocean in its warmth. However, the entrance is restricted with a rope after 17:00. Visitors may enter the cape at their own risk but there are no lights within the park so be sure to be back at the entrance before complete sundown.

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Koibito Misaki (Lover's Cape)

Koibito Misaki (Lover's Cape) in west Izu is a scenic spot with a view of Mt. Fuji across the Suruga Bay. It was renamed to its current romantic title "Lover's Cape" because of the many tourists visiting this place due to a folklore that had been told about couples reconfirming their love by ringing the bell. The promenade leading to the cape is surrounded by nature and is ideal for a walk. Don't miss the "Love Call Bell" that is installed exactly as it seems to be mentioned in the folklore.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:PIXTA

Promenade Leading to the Cape

From the entrance to the tip of Koibito Misaki is around 700 meters. A "board walk" with a nice wooden feel is installed so visitors can walk comfortably. Once you reach the end while looking at the greenery and the shimmering ocean, at one point, you will be greeted by a clear and marvelous view of the horizon.

Source:PIXTA

Love Call Bell that Fulfills your Love

In the middle of the "board walk," the "love call bell" is installed. Try ringing it three times and then calling out the name of your significant other; it is said that this will lead your romance to be successful. Be careful not to miss it, as it is often confused with the "golden bell" at the tip of the cape.

Source:PIXTA

Mt. Fuji Floating on Suruga Bay

Mt. Fuji is on a lot of people's must-see list when visiting Japan. At Koibito Misaki, you can see Mt. Fuji on the other side of Suruga Bay. West Izu has many capes. The beauty of the coast line is also a must-see.

Source:PIXTA

A Romantic Sunset

West Izu is among the top sunset spots in Japan. From Koibito Misaki, you can see the sun setting while it colors the great ocean in its warmth. However, the entrance is restricted with a rope after 17:00. Visitors may enter the cape at their own risk but there are no lights within the park so be sure to be back at the entrance before complete sundown.

Source:PhotoAC

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