Enjoy Eating and Sightseeing with Misaki Maguro Pass
Miura Peninsula is a popular day-trip destination that is easily accessible from Tokyo and offers a variety of sights. Here is a comprehensive picture of the Misaki Maguro Pass, a ticket recommended for those who want to fully enjoy seeing the sites on Miura Peninsula.
The Misaki Magura Pass can be purchased at Shinagawa Station in Tokyo for 3,060 JPY (incl. tax). It covers a round trip between Shinagawa and the Miura Peninsula in Kanagawa, as well as local maguro tuna dishes and leisure facilities.
This is what you can do with the Misaki Maguro Pass.
What is the Misaki Maguro Pass?
Misaki Harbor on Miura Peninsula is one of Japan's leading harbors for Maguro tuna fishing. The Misaki maguro caught there is considered to be one of Japan's foremost maguro in terms of quality. And with the pass, you can thoroughly enjoy this Misaki maguro. The pass gives you access to a limited-offer maguro tuna menu at one of 30 participating restaurants at no additional cost. However, you can only eat once at one of the restaurants, so it may be wise to research your selection beforehand.
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You can buy the pass and board at any train station on Keikyu lines between Shinagawa Station and Misakiguchi Station. The price is reasonable, at 3,060 JPY (incl. tax) if purchased at Shinagawa Station, which is furthest away from Misakiguchi Station, with the highest price being 3,370 JPY (incl. tax), if purchased at either the domestic or international terminal of Haneda Airport. It includes a free bus pass, so you can ride the bus anywhere inside the designated area on Miura Peninsula.
This pass even includes a ticket to the leisure facility of your choice. Use it to enter one of eight designated facilities at no additional cost. There is a variety of choices from among key Miura Peninsula activities, such as entrance to Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park, popular for shows by sea lions and other marine animals, a ride on Nijiiro Sakana Go, an underwater tourist boat with an air-conditioned underwater observation room, and onsen hot spring day use. You can also use the facilities ticket as a claim receipt for souvenirs at designated shops.
The underwater observatory room in the underwater tourist boat, Nijiiro Sakana Go, is equipped with air conditioning so visitors can enjoy the colorful fish swimming in the ocean regardless of the time of year.
Once you've enjoyed dining and going to the leisure facilities, it is recommended to use the free rides ticket for Keikyu buses in the area to visit other parts of Miura Peninsula. Jogashima, the southernmost tip of Miura Peninsula accessible by bus, has a variety of places you can casually enjoy while traveling, such as a fishing pond you can go to with no equipment. And the sunset from the Miura Kaigan seashore is exquisite. There are many more interesting places on Miura Peninsula, so do some research if you are interested!
Sunset at Miura Kaigan
Dining: A maguro food ticket that can be used at one of 30 restaurants including Iroha Sushi, and the sushi-go-round restaurant, Kaisen.
Transportation: Round trip from the domestic or international terminal of Haneda Airport to Miura Peninsula (Misakiguchi Station). (The fare depends on the departure point. 3,060 JPY (incl. tax) from Shinagawa Station, and 3,370 JPY (incl. tax) from the domestic or international terminal of Haneda Airport, which is the highest fare.
Covered facilities: Access to one of eight facilities such as onsen hot springs and aquarium, or ticket to exchange for souvenirs.
Purchase points: At Keikyu ticket sale offices or the ticket vending machines at all Keikyu stations.
Overview of Misaki Maguro Pass
Please take this opportunity to enjoy seeing the Miura Peninsula with the Misaki Maguro Pass that will give you access to both great food and fun leisure activities.
*Please note that the information in this article is from the time of writing or publication and may differ from the latest information.