THE VERY BEST TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Tokugawa Ieyasu was buried at the summit of Mt. Kunozan on the day of his death, April 17, 1616, and became a God of peace called Tosho Daigongen.
Miho-no-matsubara pine tree grove represents “Sumpu” Shizuoka City and is located on the Miho peninsula which forms the Port of Shimizu.
Nihon-daira has been hailed as “Japan’s #1 viewpoint” and provides wonderful views from its summit of Mt Fuji and Shimizu Port.
The first ukiyo-e museum in Japan to bear the name of "Hiroshige". Holds about 1400 items, mainly landscape prints by Utagawa Hiroshige.
A scenic area overlooking Fuji, a famous tranquil spot in Tokaido where you can gaze at Suruga Bay and Izu Peninsula.
Sumpu Castle was recreated from the ruins and transformed into "Sumpu Park". The Tatsumi Yagura Turret, Eastern Gate, Hitsuji-saru Yagura Turret and Momiji-yama Garden were all recreated.
There are many department stores and large-scale commercial facilities selling top-class brands. Shizuoka offers a much more enjoyable shopping experience than does crowded Tokyo.