Mishima Outdoors

A Breath of Fresh Air

Stay Active in the Mishima Outdoors

With Mt. Fuji to the north and Mt. Hakone to the east, and rivers of pristine spring water, Mishima is a nature-lovers paradise. And if you enjoy leisurely strolls, try walking the ancient waterways lining the city. For joggers, you will find beautiful routes for every level. Or how about trail running along the Edo era cobblestone-lined highway in the foothills that surround the city. And did we mention the food? Refuel and energize at one of the many wonderful restaurants serving delicious, local Hakone Seiroku Mishima Vegetables. Active Mishima, it's a breath of fresh air.

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Genbe River

Crystal-clear spring water flowing from Mt. Fuji feeds the Genbe River. This trail is the perfect way to truly experience Mishima City.

Rakujuen Park

Rakujuen Park

Built on the lava flow from Mt. Fuji and just minutes from Mishima Station, this park is a natural national treasure.

Mishima Taisha Shrine

Mishima Taisha Shrine

At the center of the city stands the majestic Mishima Taisha Shrine.

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Active Relaxation

Outdoor city life

When walking or running the city's ancient streets and trails, you just may forget you are actually in the city. With its babbling springs, serene parks and year-round mild weather, Mishima is ready-made for those who love the outdoors. And when you wish to relax, unwind at one of Mishima's natural hot spring baths.


Mishima is a city blessed with ancient culture in a beautiful natural setting. Find a model walking tour to suit your schedule on your next visit.


Keep running while you travel. With green spaces, parks, and manicured city streets, find your ideal running course here.


At the end of your day, rest your mind and body in the soothing hot spring baths of Mishima. Find out more here.

Japanese Cuisine

Cuisine and Accommodations

Where to stay, and where to eat in Mishima

Located on the ancient Tokaido Road connecting Tokyo to Kyoto, Mishima hotels have been welcoming guests and visitors for centuries. It is a city that is renowned for its warm hospitality and tasteful restaurants serving delicious local specialties, such as grilled eel and local vegetables, as well as first-class cuisine from all over the world. Need help finding where to go? You have come to the right place!


Traditional Japanese cuisine, locally made fresh specialties, fine Italian and French dining, and more. With so many wonderful restaurants, you are sure to find something here for every taste.


Whether vacationing or on business, find the right hotel to fit the needs of your team.

Hotels are centrally located and within walking distance from Mishima's super express Shinkansen train station.


Use these simple and useful phrases to help you communicate when exploring the city.

Shirataki Park

Mishima Information

Access to Mishima, Area Map,Transport

Easy access by train or bus, and just 45 minutes from downtown Tokyo.

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