伊豆半島ジオパークIzu Peninsula UNESCO Global Geopark

Southern Izu

Yusuge Park

  • Landform of Minamizaki Volcano


    Since the coastlines around Irozaki were formed in a process where ash and lava from submarine volcanoes were slowly eroded by wave action over a long time, the area is full of precipitous landscapes.
    A notable point of the geosite is the expanse of a gently-sloping hill in a small plateau called ‘Ikenohara’, and the Yuusuge Park with day lilies.
    This gently-sloping hill was created by the Minamizaki Volcano, which erupted about 400,000 years ago. A good view of this area can be seen from the sightseeeing boats that leave from Irozaki. You can see that on top of white rocks (products of submarine volcanoes) there are layers of gray lava and reddish brown scoria (ejected from the Minamizaki Volcano).

Basic information

  • Kiosk
  • Toilets
  • Parking
  • Universal access
Travel information
 
Safety information
 
Access
From the parking lot is a 3-minute walk.
Rest room
 
Kiosk & Rest houses
 
Parking information
 

Access map

>大きな地図で見る

  • 伊豆半島ジオパークミュージアム ジオリア

  • 伊豆ジオ半島ジオパークの遊び方ガイド いずじおアクティビティ

Izu Peninsula Geo Guide Association
Izu Kyuko Line
IZUHAKONE Railway
Tokai bus