There are direct trains heading to the Jōgasaki coast from Tōkyō.
Get on the “Odoriko” Limited Express train at Tōkyō station, bound to Shimoda Station, and it will arrive to Izu peninsula in about one hour (there are also trains from Shinjuku station). Get off at Izu Kōgen Station or at Jōgasaki Kaigan Station. The Japan Rail Pass covers partly this route, as there is a section on a non JR line. However, the Japan Rail Pass Kanto version covers also the non JR section.
The walking trail s 30-40 minutes walking from Izu Kōgen Station.
At Jōgasaki station you can take a “Tōkai-bus”, which will reach Izu Kōgen in about 10 minutes.
(check this website for Tōkai-bus timetables and fares: Click (Tōkai bus))
The Tōkai buses pass about 4 times in a day. As of 2014 from Izu Kōgen station buses depart at 7:59, 16:05, 17:05 e 18:05, and the price is 270 yen. The information may change.
・From Western Japan
If you are coming from western Japan by Shinkansen, get off at Atami Station, on the Tōkaidō -main Line and the Tōkaidō Shinkansen. At Atami, catch the “Odoriko” express limited train heading to Shimoda. As written before, get off at Izu Kōgen station or at Jōgasaki station.
It is possible to reach the Jōgasaki coast by car. We recommend you to travel on the “Izu Skyline” toll road! You will be able to see mount Fuji’s majestic shape and enjoy the beautiful landscape from the car!