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Ride this doubledecker bus to Jogashima!

Yokosuka, Miura 8h

Travel down to Jogashima and enjoy the Miura Peninsula scenery along the way. Finish the day with viewing the sunset from a lighthouse. The next day, enjoy fresh fish cuisine at the Misaki Fish Market Cafeteria. Even though the fishing pond is a pond, it uses sea water so you can catch ocean fish.

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Savor the picturesque scenery of the Miura Peninsula on this topless doubledecker bus as you head for the abundant nature of Jogashima, which boasts 2 Stars in the Michelin Green Guide. Both one-way and round-trip courses are offered.

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Jogashima sea fishing pond Js fishing

A facility where even beginners can enjoy fishing without worry of catching the hook on the seabed or getting their net tangled. All necessary fishing equipment are prepared. Fishing hooks without barbs are used so that even beginners will have an easy time removing them.

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Jogashima Lighthouse

The lighthouse was designed by a French engineer, Francois Leonce Verny and completed in 1870 (Meiji 3). The lighthouse collapsed in the Great Kanto Earthquake, so it was reconstructed in 1926 (Taisho 15). The height of lighthouse is 11.5 m and it stands on a cliff top, which is 30 m above sea level. A magnificent scenery spreads beneath the lighthouse.

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Jogashima Ferry Sanshiro

Enjoy a simple 5 minute ferry ride connecting Misaki to Jogashima. You’ll head through Misaki’s fishing port, known as the front door of the Miura Peninsula. If you’re lucky, you may see some of the sights only visible in Misaki, such as Misaki’s speciality, tuna, being unloaded by crane or a large fishing vessel anchored or even the magnificent Mount Fuji from across Sagami Bay. Bicycles are a...

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Urari Marché - Fish Market・Vegetable Market

A centre for fresh vegetables from Miura and Misaki Tuna. On the 2nd floor of the Vegetable Market, various produce such as Miura vegetables, meat, tofu and various breads are sold. There is also a cafe where you can sip a cup of coffee while resting. On the 1st floor, you can find seafood products such as tuna and coastal fishes, ingredients for everyday meals. Drop by the Urari Marche for del...

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Misaki Fish Market Cafeteria

This is a cafeteria located on the 2nd floor of the Misaki Seafood Local Wholesale Market. You’ll be able to taste several types of cuisine with a menu of set meals and rice bowls, from things like Misaki tuna to sashimi made from fish purchased the same day in the market to fried locally caught fish.

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Mitomi Dyeing Shop (Traditional Tairyo-bata Dyeing)

A long standing dye shop established in 1833, where craftsmen of the Edo Bakufu worked. The Tairyo-bata of Misaki is one of the Top 100 Picks of Kanagawa’s Local Specialties. Each and every one of the flags are handmade with traditional techniques passed down from the Edo Period and is used not only to celebrate a new ship, but other happy events such as marriage, childbirth, children’s festiva...

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