Ryōsen-ji & Chōraku-ji
A 15-minute walk south of Shimoda Station is Ryōsen-ji (了仙寺), site of the treaty that opened Shimoda, signed by Commodore Perry and...
It takes less than ten minutes to walk end to end of this quaint cobbled street shadowing a narrow canal to Ryōsen-ji temple. However,...
Black Ship Art Gallery
Ryōsen-ji's Black Ship Art Gallery displays artefacts relating to Perry, the Black Ships, and Japan as seen through foreign eyes and...
Soul Bar Tosaya
In the heart of Perry Rd, this unique place mashes up a traditional residence from the era of the Black Ships with a soul-music bar...
A vintage residence filled with antiques, history and slightly overpriced burgers, cakes and coffee.
3-3-26 Shimoda · interesting places nearby
Nami Nami information
This friendly counter bar has a retro vibe and an inventive menu. Local fish (honjitsu no sakana) and assorted delicacies served yakitori -style or breaded and fried. It's two doors up from Ōizu Ryokan, with a yellow sign.