About J. F. Oberlin University

Izu Kogen Club

Izu Kogen Highlands, on the Izu Peninsula, has a warm climate and an abundance of natural beauty. The Izu Kogen Club, a facility for study, training, and recreation, is located in this ideal environment. The Club has large guest rooms, two seminar rooms (for 30 and 60 people), a library, a computer corner, and a large hot spring bath. In the vicinity are cultural facilities such as art galleries and museums, natural features such as Mount Omuro, and recreational facilities that include a cactus garden and the Izu Coastal Garden. The Club is an ideal place to enjoy a vacation with friends or family surrounded by nature.

Izu Kogen Club Address:
1317-624 Futo, Ito-shi, Shizuoka 413-0231

By train

On the Shinkansen Line, take a Kodama (not a Nozomi or Hikari) train to Atami. At Atami Station, transfer to the Ito Line (Izu Kyuko Line). Get off at Izu Kogen Station and take a taxi to Izu Kogen Club (about 15 minutes).

By car

From the Tomei Expressway, exit at the Atsugi Interchange. From there, the most common route follows the Odawara–Atsugi Road, the Manazuru Road to Atami and Ito, and Route 135, but in holiday seasons and on weekends, the Izu Skyline road from Jukkokutoge is generally less congested. The Izu Kogen Club is located next to the Izu Saboten Park, so you can follow the signs to the park to help you find your way to the Club.