[Image1]Located in the center of Minami-Izu National Park,
[Image2]Located in the center of Minami-Izu National Park,
[Image3]Located in the center of Minami-Izu National Park,
[Image4]Located in the center of Minami-Izu National Park,
[Image5]Located in the center of Minami-Izu National Park,

Located in the center of Minami-Izu National Park, "Bamboo Shoot Village" is full of seasonal flavors! Please let your children experience the nostalgic old days It will surely be a memorable day.
Experience Picking bamboo shoots in a vast bamboo forest covering 490,000 square meters. Enjoy the sale of local products and meals with Bamboo shoots.
Full of seasonal mountain flavors・・・・・ bamboo shoots, shiitake mushrooms, Sansai, sweet tsu, chestnuts, four-sided bamboo, and memorable "Bamboo Crafts" are all fun things to take, and you can leave the hustle and bustle of the city and spend a "relieved" time together.

10/10~10/31 Four-way bamboo picking
Picking bamboo shoots of square bamboo (四方竹) is the season.
It's a rare bamboo native to China, but it tastes great! Depending on the weather, it may be open until the beginning of November.

May: Picking mandarin oranges
Gari natural and ripe ones have just the right amount of acidity and sweetness in your mouth, and they are indescribably delicious.

September: Hiroi Kuri
It is scheduled from the beginning of September to the beginning of October (the period changes depending on the summer weather), but please contact us by Phone for details.

November, December, March: Shiitake mushroom hunting
The way it comes out changes as soon as it rains, but please enjoy the taste of the natural thick "this is shiitake".

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May. 9, 2024
Fifty years have passed since the "Izu Peninsula Earthquake" that occurred at 08:33 on May 9, 1974 (Showa 49). At the time of the earthquake, there are still black and white photographs (some in color) preserved by the Minamiizu Tourism Association at that time, and although they are not well preserved, I hope that they will help with future earthquake countermeasures, so I will Publication them. At that time, with the opening of the Izu Kyuko Line Line in 1961 (Showa 36)) and the opening of the Margaret Line (free opening in 1983) in 1972 (Showa 47 (Showa 47)), the number of tourists increased and tragedy struck Minami-Izu Town, which was becoming the center of the tourism industry. 1976 (Showa 51 (Showa 51)) Flooding of the Aono River due to torrential rain in July, Kawazu earthquake in August of the same year, 1978 (Showa 53 (Showa 53) Izu Oshima Island Earthquake and other disasters occurred continuously, and infrastructure Maintenance was not completed in time, and the number of tourists decreased sharply. Even so, with the passage of time, it overcame great hardships and gradually achieved reconstruction, and now it is crowded with many tourists in the summer. From a global perspective, earthquakes occur Same as above as typhoons, so I think it is very important to prepare for disasters based on the lessons of the past and pass them on to future generations. What is the Izu Peninsula Earthquake? At 8:33 a.m. on May 9, 1974, a direct earthquake with its Minamoto off the coast of Irouzaki had a magnitude of 6.9. The earthquake left a total of 38 people dead and missing, and caused enormous damage, destroying about 370 buildings. Date of occurrence: May 9, 1974 (Showa 49) 8:33 Earthquake magnitude: Magnitude 6.9 Dead or missing: 38 Damage (completely partially destroyed): Approx. 370 buildings