This modernist cliff-side villa was built in 1971 and sits within a coastal National Park on the southern tip of Japan's stunning Izu Peninsula. The glass-fronted home and deck were designed to offer spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean.
- Close to famous beaches, hiking trails, hot springs, temples and hidden gems.
- No other buildings within view.
- Early example of Japanese modernist architecture.
- Beautiful natural setting.
- Abundant outdoor activities.
- Stunning sunsets.
The Minamiizu area is off the beaten tourist path and packed with stunning hidden sites and attractions. The remoteness plays an important part in keeping Minamiizu tranquil and unspoiled by unsightly…
Visiting by car is highly recommended: The house sits about 3-3.5 hours by car from Tokyo, or 40 minutes from Shimoda Station.
If you don't own a car, you can catch the train to Izukyu …