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Tokyo to Atami

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Tokyo to Atami

How to get to Atami from Tokyo? Atami is located in the east of Shizuoka, Japan. It is famous for its hot springs and is an important tourist city in the Tokyo area. There are 312 hot springs such as Atami, Izusan, Ajiro, Taga, etc. There are simple springs and various salt springs. The spring temperature is about 35 to 100 ℃. The climate is suitable for visiting the health resort and the villa area in the Jingbin area. Atami's weeping plum is also famous. Atami has summer fireworks show every year in mid-August. Summer nights are spectacular and beautiful. It takes about 1 hour to take the Shinkansen from Tokyo city to Atami. Atami has a temperate seaside climate and there are many attractions, suitable for four seasons. You can plan your trip according to your schedule, and transportation from Tokyo to Atami is also relatively convenient. Our door to door car rental with driver service is the most convenient way, which can save you the burden of carrying luggage and transit during your journey.



Private Transfer to Atami from Narita Airport
Our company provides safe and affordable private Atami chauffeur service for foreign visitors. Some of your private drivers can speak basic English, and will escort you to Atami from Tokyo. Whether you are going to Atami from Natita Airports or hotels in Tokyo, Chauffeur service is the most convenient and affordable way. For more information, please contact our Japan limousine service specialists.

What to See in Atami
Atami Onsen: Atami Onsen is Japan's famous seaside hot spring town and the largest hot spring resort in Japan. It has more than 300 spring eyes and many hot spring hotels of all sizes, many of which are built along the coast. You can soak in the natural hot springs. In addition to soaking in hot springs, the seafood dishes here are also very famous, and you can also enjoy delicious food.

Atami Baien: Atami Baien covers an area of 44,000 square meters, with more than 730 plums and 64 varieties of plum blossoms. There are more than 360 maple trees, 130 pine trees, and other trees. Atami Baien has been very popular as a place to watch Japan's first morning plum. Since November, every year, various plum blossoms have been in bloom. Mid-January to mid-March is the best season for viewing flowers. February is the season when the flowers bloom in full bloom. At this time, the plum blossom festival is held every year. You can enjoy traditional performances and enjoy the flowers at night.

Atami Castle: Atami Castle is a tourist facility in Atami City, not an actual castle in history. The Atami Castle was built in 1959. It has a five-story castle tower and nine floors. Atami Castle is planted with 208 cherry blossoms, and the Atami Castle Cherry Blossom Festival is held every year from late March to early April. There are also art galleries and other facilities.

Kiunkaku Former Ryokan: Known as the three largest villas in Atami, it was loved by Japanese writers Yuzo Yamamoto and Osamu Dazai. Kiunkaku Former Ryokan combines the decorative features of Japan, China, and Europe, and brews elegant historical and cultural heritage.

Atami Sun Beach: It was fully opened to the public in June of 1988. It is an artificial beach with a length of about 400m and a width of about 60m. There is the blue sea, white sand beaches, hotels, coconut trees on both sides of the road. People enjoy sea bathing and playing with each other in the waves. This is a very popular attraction.



MOA Museum of Art: It is a private art museum with collections that are mainly Oriental art. There are about 3,500 paintings, sculptures, porcelain, calligraphy works, lacquer wares, etc. from China or Japan, and there are many precious cultural relics. There are also some important Western paintings, such as Monet's, "Water Lily" and Rembrandt's "Portrait".

Kinomiya-jinja Shrine: Kinomiya-jinja Shrine is a natural monument designated by the Japanese state. It is located in Okusu, which has a circumference of about 24 meters inside the shrine. It is over 2000 years old and there are walking paths around the trunk. It is said that a circle around it can be extended 1 year life. Many worshippers visit this place for the longevity and health blessings brought by this ancient tree.

Akao Herb & Rose Garden: The ocean of Atami flowers, most famous are the roses and vanilla. The garden is built on a hillside. You can take a bus near the entrance to the innermost part of the garden, and then take a walk from above. Through the Japanese garden, rose garden, herb garden, cauliflower field, etc., you can also enjoy the beauty of the strait.

Itokawa Path: The Itokawa Path is a cherry blossom trail in Atami Ginzacho. There are 58 Atami cherry trees planted next to the sidewalk. It is a cherry variety that blooms in the winter, much earlier than the cherry blossom season such as Prunus x yedoensis (Yoshino Cherry Trees). Every year, Atami early cherry blossoms attract many people to come here for sightseeing.

Hatsushima: About 10 kilometers from Atami, the only human island in Shizuoka Prefecture. On the island, you can admire the Asian garden R-Asia with hundreds of southern plants, and the unique sea-viewing camping facility Island Camping Villa. There is also a sea pool made of seawater, which is unique to the summer, and you can experience the unique fun of the "island" resort area.



How to Get to Atami from Tokyo
From Tokyo to Atami, you can choose Shinkansen, limited express trains and ordinary trains, all of which can be reached directly. You can board the Tokaido Shinkansen Kodama at Tokyo Station and it takes only 50 minutes to reach Atami Station. Atami can be reached by JR Limited Express trains Odoriko or the Super View. These limited express trains are divided into routes from Tokyo Station to Atami and routes from Shinjuku Station and Ikebukuro Station to Atami. There is only one shuttle train a day from Ikebukuro Station. You can also take a regular train from Tokyo Station to Atami Station. It takes 1 hour and 45 minutes by the JR Tokaido Main Line, and it can be reached directly without transfer. If you want to leave from Shinjuku or Shibuya, you need to take Yamanote Line to Shinagawa Station and change to the Tokaido Main Line. Our Tokyo car rental company can provide you with comfortable 7, 10, 14-seater van, or a 20 seat Coaster bus.
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Most Frequently Asked Questions

  • How far is it to travel from Tokyo to Atami?
    Atami is located on the east of Shizuoka, Japan. It is famous for its hot springs and is an important tourist city in the Tokyo area. Taking the Shinkansen from downtown Tokyo to Atami takes about 1 hour. Atami has a temperate, seasaide climate and there are many attractions, suitable for four seasons. You can plan your trip according to your time.
  • How do you get from Tokyo to Atami by public transport?
    From Tokyo to Atami, you can board the Tokaido Shinkansen, Kodama at Tokyo Station. It takes only 50 minutes to reach Atami Station. Or you can take the JR Limited Express Train Odoriko or Super View to Atami. You can also go from Tokyo Station to Atami Station and board the JR Tokaido Main Line.
  • I want to travel from Tokyo to Atami, do you have a private transfer service?
    Japan Holiday can provide you with a private transfer service. Our drivers are not only skilled and courteous. If you book in advance, you can also provide drivers who can speak basic English. Our Tokyo car rental company can provide you with comfortable 7, 10, 14 seater van, or a 20 seat Coaster bus.
  • What are the hot spots in Atami?
    Atami Onsen is Japan's famous seaside hot spring town and the largest hot spring resort in Japan. It has more than 300 spring eyes and many hot spring hotels of all sizes, many of which are built along the coast. You can enjoy natural hot springs view from your bedroom. In addition to the hot springs, the seafood dishes here are also very famous, you can enjoy the food.
  • What are the attractions worth visiting in Atami?
    In addition to the famous Atami Onsen, attractions such as Atami Baien, Atami castle, Kiunkaku Former Ryokan, Atami Sun Beach, MOA Museum of Art, Kinomiya-jinja Shrine, Akao Herb & Rose Garden, Itokawa Path, Hatsushima, etc. are all worthy of your visit Go on a tour.
  • What islands can you visit near Atami?
    Hatsushima is about 10 kilometers from Atami and is the only human island in Shizuoka Prefecture. On the island, you can admire the Asian garden R-Asia with hundreds of southern plants, and the unique sea-viewing camping facility Island Camping Villa. There is also a sea pool made of seawater, which is unique to the summer, and you can experience the unique fun of the island resort area.
  • What are the cherry blossom viewing spots in Atami in spring?
    Itokawa Path is a cherry blossom trail in Atami Ginzacho. There are 58 Atami cherry trees planted next to the sidewalk. It is a variety of cherry blossoms that bloom in winter, much earlier than the cherry blossom season such as Prunus x yedoensis (Yoshino Cherry tree). Every year, the Atami early cherry blossoms attract many people to come here for sightseeing.
  • What is Atami's most famous plum-viewing spot?
    Atami Baien's plum blossoms are very famous, with more than 730 trees and 64 varieties. There are more than 360 maple trees, more than 130 pine trees and other trees. Atami Baien has been very popular as a place to watch Japan's first morning plum. Since November every year, various plum blossoms have been in bloom.
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