Packages in Miyakejima
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Miyakejima Vacation Packages
Miyakejima Vacation Packages
Hakone can be found around 85 miles north of Miyakejima, and Yokohama stands 95 miles to the north.
If it's sun and fun you desire on your vacation, make sure you don't miss Sotoura Beach, 50 miles to the northwest of Miyakejima. Imaihama Beach, 55 miles to the northwest, is another treasure.
Check out the local events in the wider region and go to Miyake-mura or Mikura-jima.
Head outdoors and make the most of the local adventure options. Have a shot at mountain biking or hiking.
Need to clear your mind? Spend the day shore fishing, sunbathing or experiencing one of the other relaxing outdoor activities the area has to offer visitors.
Discover the culture of Kanagawa by taking part in one of the local tours, including cycling tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Head down to the water while you're in the area. Swimming and wind surfing are just two of the most entertaining ways to get active here.
Don't miss the opportunity to take your tastebuds on a tour of this region's culinary traditions.
Absorb the vibrant culinary landscape of the area and sample local favorites, often starring beef and noodles.
Try dining like the locals do by taste-testing tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) or shuto (fermented fish).
You really shouldn't depart from here before at least trying anpan (sweet roll).
Relax and treat yourself to an Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen, a much-loved beer among locals.
Don't end your stay without tasting genmaicha (green tea with brown rice), a non-alcoholic drink loved by the locals.
No spirit is more well-known in this region than junmaishu. Head with your buddies to a local bar and order it!
Learning some of the language is one of the best ways to break down cultural walls, so make the effort to equip yourself with some everyday Japanese expressions and greetings before you depart. "Isshoni odorimasenka?" is Japanese for "Would you like to dance with me?" "Where's the toilet?" is another good one to have in your arsenal, so put some work into learning "Benjo wa doko desu ka?"
Birthday of Emperor Akihito, on the 23rd of December, is a festive day of national celebration you'll want to take part in.
As your trip draws to a close, you will be able to bid "Sayōnara" to Miyakejima, and take comfort in the fact that all the yen spent in this wonderful place were worth it.
Sadly, vacations can't go on forever, so when it's time to fly home, head toward the nearest airport. It's 90 miles to the northwest of Miyakejima.