Top Things To Do In shizuoka

We have great places in Shizuoka Prefecture that were posted by travelers and the locals who have actually traveled there. Shizuoka is famous for a world heritage Mt. Fuji, and located north of Tokai Region. To begin with Mt. Fuji with scenic top, Shiraito no Taki Cascade like a dropping silk, beautiful Shirahama Ohama Coast, and Atami Onsen hot spring, are all things to do here. What's more, the local specialty foods, such as Fujinomiya Yakisoba noodle and Hamamatsu Gyoza, are also popular in Shizuoka Prefecture.

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35 Top Things To Do In shizuoka [1-10]

Mt. Fuji

Supreme Panorama For Only Successful Climber Of Japanese No.1 Mountain Top

Mt.Fuji climbing is restricted within the short term during the year. On the way to its top, you have to experience the hard roads and environment. But, at the end of the journey on the top, the supreme panorama extends as far as the only successful people can see.

MISHIMA SKYWALK

Moving Rise Above Fear!? Japan's Longest Suspension Bridge With A Nice View Of Mt.Fuji

400meters longest suspension bridge for only persons on foot spans at Hakoneseiroku. To the small goal in the distance at the other side, if you fear the swinging steps, let's hold a handrail, look up and walk forward! Being fascinated at Suruga Bay and Mt.Fuji, your fear will change into the feeling like walking in the sky.

Grinpia Makinohara

Experience Of Shizuoka Culture. 'Ocha-tsumi' Picking Tea By Working Of Your Five Senses

At Grinpia Makinohara, you can experience of picking tea. Shizuoka is famous for producing Japanese tea leaves. Tea leaf fields are spreading as far as I can see, which is very beautiful I thought. You can enjoy nice cuisine using tea leaves for lunch.

Kawazu Cherry Blossoms

The Earliest Ohanami In The Main Island In Japan! A Romantic Tunnel Of Pink Cherry Blossoms

This early cherry blossom is in bloom for a month between early February and March. It's famous for the big flower and thick pink color. At night, illuminated cherry blossom 'yozakura' is also nice.

Komuroyama Park

A Park Colored By Many Colorful Azaleas

Azareas begins to bloom late in April and you can enjoy them untill the beginning of May. A beautiful scenery of pink, red and white azaleas spreads as far as you can see.

Hakone Jukkoku Touge Cable Car

Sky Cable Car You Can Enjoy The Panoramic View Of Mt.Fuji

Jukkoku Pass is located between Hakone and Izu. You can go up the top in 3 minutes by a cable car and it's a spot of stunning panoramic view of Mt.Fuji, Hakone, Manazuru Peninsula and Sizuoka. Must-visit place when you travel in Hakone and Izu.

Nakatajima Sandhill

Like A Desert! Fantastic Sight Of The Sky, Sands And Sea

One of the three famous deserts in Japan. You can see the changing beautiful sights as the time passing. Morning blue, sunset orange, night navy blue. Standing on the wide beach, I feel something wonderful in my mind.

Izu Granpal Park

So Beautiful Illuminations Shines The Night Of Izu Fantastically

The 50th anniversary of Izu Guranparu Park. 2million LED cover the area that is twice as large as Tokyo Dome. The slide in the lights and the roller coaster running through the illuminations are worth seeing.

Izu Highland Cherry Trees

Peak Time Of Cherry Blossom Viewing Has Come! Izu Cherry Blossoms Blooms Earlier And Longer

Izu is famous for Kawazu-zakura. Because of the warm climate, they blooms early and we enjoy the many kinds of cherry blossoms for a longer time until May. 3 km Namiki Street is now in the peak time of 'Ookan-zakura'. The scarlet flower of aloe, a symbol of Izu, and pale pink cherry blossoms make a unique contrast seen only in spring.

Tsumekisaki Park

The Sea, Aloe, And Narcissus. The New Year's Narcissus Festival Wrapped In Sweet Scents

With a beautiful Cobalt Blue Sea in Izushimoda, Suzaki Peninsula's Tsumekisaki Garden is a gregarious spot of as many as 3 million wild narcissuses. Enjoy the New Year's walk on the sea side wrapped in sweet scent. Narcissus Festival is held till the beginning of February.

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