You could try the Yamagaso or the Mikawaya Ryokan. The Yamagaso is positioned 20 kilometres from the main part of Nagaizumi. The Mikawaya Ryokan is 18 kilometres away. Some other hotel and apartment options worth looking into are the Hakone Ryori Yado Kyuan and the Kisyunso.
After you've hung out in Nagaizumi, ensure you allow time to check out the other great attractions Shizuoka has to offer. Shizuoka is blessed with beaches and coastal plains. Popular Shizuoka visitor destinations include the ruins, castles and old towns. Visitors in this section of Japan often enjoy snowboarding.
It is well known that we Aussies are pretty chilled, so consider extending your stay and check out the Izu Golf Club and Shuzenji Country Club, in Izu, 30 kilometres to the south of Nagaizumi. The Tatsuta Ryokan and LiVEMAX RESORT AMAGI-YUGASHIMA are just some of the great accommodation alternatives in Izu. 35 kilometres to the southeast of Nagaizumi, you can also stay at Ito, home to the Seizan Yamato and Livemax Resort Itokawana. While in Ito, set aside some time to check out the Izu Oceanic Park, Mt. Omuroyama and Izu Glass and Glasswork Museum.
Just because you're travelling in Izu Peninsula, doesn't mean you can't enjoy your love of sporting events. Tokyo Dome is 100 kilometres to the northeast of Nagaizumi. Those sports fans wishing to find a bed close by can choose from the Concieria Shiba Koen or the Top Asakusa Apartment.
If you're flying in or out of Nagaizumi, the most convenient airport is Mt. Fuji - Shizuoka Airport. The nearest accommodation is the Hotel Route-Inn Shimada Ekimae.
Hotels in Nagaizumi start at AU$127 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.