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Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji is the highest and most beautiful mountain in Japan.  It attracts more and more people from home and abroad.  Why don't you visit the mother land of Mt. Fuji? You will get to know more about its attractiveness.

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Green Tea

Shizuoka is the largest tea producer in Japan.
There are many places proudly attracting tea-lovers across the world.

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Cultural Spots

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Shizuoka is proud of historic sites related to Minamoto no Yoritomo, the first shogun of the Kamakura era, and Ieyasu Tokugawa of the Edo era. Also you can enjoy many varieties of hot spas and local specialties from Suruga Bay. 

     

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And More

Not only Mt. Fuji and tea, Shizuoka has more places to visit, experience and enjoy! There are too many to list. Blessed with the mild climate, the nature of local people is often described to be warm-hearted.  You will surely like the place!

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2018.04.04

Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center

A facility with much information on Mt. Fuji, a world heritage site.

2017.09.30

Seikenji Temple

Seiken Ji is a Zen Temple located in a brisk 15-minute walk from Okitsu Station on Tokaido Line.

Seikenji Temple

2017.09.30

Minaguchiya

Minaguchi, which is located in just brisk 10 minutes' walk from Okitsu Station, is now opened to the public as a museum, but was a historical Japanese Inn until 1985.

2017.09.30

Zagyoso

Zagyoso is located right across from Seikenji Temple. It is the reconstructed villa of Saionji-Kinmochi, a retired statesman advising to the emperor.

2016.02.24

Introduction of Mt. Fuji

Not only is Mt. Fuji the highest mountain in Japan, but it is also the religious objest of worship.

Introduction of Mt. Fuji

2016.02.24

Mt.Fuji and Japanese Religion

People has revered Mt. Fuji for its beauty and sometimes shrunk with fear from its fierce explosive power..

Mt.Fuji and Japanese Religion

2016.02.24

Inspiration Source Of Arts

Mt. Fuji has been considered as a source of artistic inspiration from long time ago.

Inspiration Source Of Arts

2016.02.24

Miho Pine Grove

This place was frequently featured by Ukiyo-e, and is famous for the legend called Hagoromo.

Miho Pine Grove

2016.02.24

Fujisan Hongu Sengen Taisha

This is the head shrine of the 1,300 sengen shrines all over Japan, and Konohana no sakuyahime is enshrined here.

Fujisan Hongu Sengen Taisha

2016.02.24

Shiraito no Taki Waterfall

This fall gushes out 1.5 tons of spring water from Mt. Fuji per second, and listed as one of Japan's top 100 waterfalls.

Shiraito no Taki Waterfall

2016.02.24

Tea Production in Shizuoka

Shizuoka is blessed with a mild climate and ample rainfall that meets the conditions for tea growing.

Tea Production in Shizuoka

2016.02.24

Types of Green Tea

There are many types of Japanese green tea, and each has its own characteristics.

Types of Green Tea

2016.02.24

How to make a good cup of tea

When you make a tea, it would be better to know each tea's characteristics to better bring out the taste.

How to make a good cup of tea

2016.02.24

Benefits of Green Tea

Nowadays green tea has gained more and more attention for its health benefits.

Benefits of Green Tea

2016.02.24

Tea Ceremony

The essence is hospitality, appreciation toward others and humbleness........

Tea Ceremony

2016.02.24

Places for Tea Ceremony

We show you the places in Shizuoka suitable for your tea ceremony experience.

Places for Tea Ceremony

2016.02.24

History of Tea

History of Tea

2016.02.23

Sumpu Castle Park

This park is located in the center of Shizuoka city and is now a favorite place of rest and relaxation for local residents.

Sumpu Castle Park

2016.02.23

Shizuoka Sengen Shrine

This shrine is loved by people in Shizuoka. It was patronized by the powerful warrior clans like Tokugawa.

Shizuoka Sengen Shrine

2016.02.23

Kunozan Toshogu

Here we will introduce Kunozan Toshogu from various angles.

Kunozan Toshogu
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