Nishi-Izu Town is located on the west coast of the beautiful Izu Peninsula just three hours south east of Tokyo. Endowed with stunning sunsets and rich natural scenery, Nishi-Izu us part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, and is home to the Izu Seinan Coast, a government designated site of scenic beauty. Welcome to the Sunset town that will forever remain in your heart!
Geography - Nishi-Izu Town is situated on the west coast of the Izu Peninsula which lies in the east-central part of Japan in Shizuoka Prefecture. The town is sandwiched between Suruga Bay on the west and the steep Amagi mountain chain to the east.
Weather - Nishi-Izu Town is quite warm and mild throughout a year, and is subject to an oceanic climate highly influenced by the Kuroshio (Japan Current). The annual average temperature is 16 degrees Celsius (60 degrees Fahrenheit).
|Address||401-1, Nishina, Nishi-Izu-cho, Kamo-gun, Shizuoka|
|Location||138° 46’ E, 34° 46’ N|
|Population||10,372 (according to the National Census 2005)|