Dinner at a traditional inn, on Japan’s Izu Peninsula. Pictures: Peter Neville-Hadley

A walking tour of the Izu Peninsula, an hour from Tokyo by bullet train, where tradition meets tranquillity

The picturesque area’s serene landscapes, quirky history and inviting inns make for ideal hiking country

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Dinner at a traditional inn, on Japan’s Izu Peninsula. Pictures: Peter Neville-Hadley
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Peter Neville-Hadley

Peter Neville-Hadley

Former China resident Peter Neville-Hadley is the author of multiple guides and reference works on China, and writes on Chinese culture and on cultural travel in general for assorted periodicals. His work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, The Sunday Times (UK), and numerous other newspapers and magazines around the world.