Kisarazu is a small port city with a long history at the edge between the industrial expanse of Tokyo Bay and the green hills of the Boso Peninsula. The northern coast is an expanse of steel mills, shipping ports, and other industry, but just a few kilometers into the coast you will find farmlands, forest, and a quiet science park called Kazusa Akamedia Park – home to the Kazusa Arc conference retreat facility.
This area also has many nationally ranked golf courses as well, as well as the best access to the southern part of Chiba Prefecture and its subtropical climate.
■From Narita Airport
|Train||about 90 min||one-way : about 1,200 yen|
■From Haneda Airport
|Bus||about 40 min||one-way : 1,200 yen|
|Train||about 90 min||one-way : about 1,800 yen|
■From Tokyo Station
|Bus||about 65 min||one-way : 1,200 yen|
|Train||about 75 min||one-way : about 1,200 yen|