Miura Peninsula Trekking Guide

Hello, I’m Mio! Today, I will introduce Miura Peninsula, located in Kanagawa Prefecture. The peninsula is surrounded by Tokyo Bay and Sagami Bay, offering beautiful nature and scenic trails. Here’s a 2-minute guide to trekking in Miura Peninsula.

Course Overview

A popular trekking course is the Miura Fuji Hiking Trail. This trail takes about 4 hours and covers both Miura Fuji and Mount Takeyama, offering stunning views of Miura Peninsula and Tokyo Bay​.


  1. Miura Fuji: Starting point of the trail, Miura Fuji stands at 183 meters. The summit provides panoramic views of Tokyo Bay and the Boso Peninsula.
  2. Mount Takeyama: At 200 meters, this mountain offers beautiful scenery along the trail, including shrines and observation points.
  3. Tsurugizaki: Located at the southern tip of Miura Peninsula, it features a picturesque coastline perfect for enjoying the natural beauty.


  • Wear trekking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather.
  • Bring a map or GPS to ensure you stay on the correct route.
  • Take your trash with you to help protect the environment.


You can reach Miura Peninsula from Tokyo in about 1 to 1.5 hours using the Yokosuka Line or Keikyu Line. Bus services from Misakiguchi Station or Yokosuka Chuo Station are convenient for accessing the trails.

Enjoy your trekking adventure in Miura Peninsula and create wonderful memories!

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