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June 10, 2023
The west coast of Izu Peninsula is open to seasonal typhoons in summer and autumn and a strong, cold gale-like winds that come in over the Southern Alps from Korea and Siberia in the winter months. But Arari, being surrounded on three sides by tall mountains and a protected port…
June 06, 2023
Japan Touring depends on its content contributors. Content includes text, audio, and videos. Content is broadly classified into four types. Our Authors Taeko is a professional soprano singer and is very active in creating content for her multiple media adventures. You can visit…
May 24, 2023
Takeo and Jim are in the process of creating a series of English/Japanese lessons based on different places that they visit in Matsuzaki and other localities in the Izu Peninsula area. Our first one can be seen in the youtube video after clicking on the Read More link below. We…
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The Izu Peninsula sits on top of the Philippine tectonic plate where it now slides down under two other plates at the rate of 48 to 84mm annually at a point near Mt. Fuji. This...
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