See & Do
Umikaze Park has a spacious lawn area by the sea, with a view of Sarushima Island right ahead.Enjoy a barbecue with friends and family here while taking in the sea of Yokosuka.
A coast continues from Nobi to Nagasawa and Tsukui.The path along Nobi Coast, extending about 2.5 km, is excellent for taking walks through ocean breeze.
Kinugasayama Park is one of Kanagawa prefecture’s most well-known places to view cherry blossoms, boasting two thousand cherry trees.
Tsukayama Park is an excellent place to enjoy the natural beauty in each season.The park is especially well known for its cherry blossoms in spring, attracting many people each year.
Over two thousand plum trees grow at Taura Plum Grove, a famous plum-flower site that has been selected as one the "100 places to enjoy flowers in Kanagawa."
"This is a park with a good panoramic view of central Yokosuka.
There is a museum in the park, where you can learn about the nature and history of the Miura Peninsula."
"In the Meiji era (1868-1912), the Kannonzaki Park was a military fortress.There are historical heritages where shows the situation at that time today in this park."
This is one of the nation’s largest iris gardens, where 140,000 Japanese irises of 412 varieties bloom vying with each other on a 3.8 hectare site from late May to late June.
This is a flower paradise that is colored in various ways throughout the seasons, such as poppies in the spring and a million cosmos plants in the fall.
From Mt Takatoriyama, 139 meters above sea level, you can enjoy a magnificent panorama taking in Mt Fuji, Izu, Hakone, and the Boso Peninsula.
This is known for its beautiful coastal scenery, including Tateishi, an unusually shaped massive rock protruding from the beach.
The beautiful rocky area in the Arasaki Park is one of the best scenic spots on the Miura Peninsula.