Newly opened in Fujinomiya City the Mt Fuji World Heritage Centre provides an opportunity for visitors an opportunity to experience and explore Mt Fuji like never before…
To celebrate the Rugby World Cup 2019 – 1 Year to Go Campaign Shizuoka presents 7 easily accessible locations around the prefecture that will make it a Once in a Lifetime Experience…
From November 7th to 9th every year in this small hot spring town locals & people from all over Japan gather to walk the 88 Point Pilgrimage – inspired by the longer version in Shikoku this is an accessible way to experience more than 1200 years of history…
Plan your Trip
Nestled right between Kyoto and Tokyo, and accessible within one hour via the Tokaido Shinkansen, immerse yourself in authentic Japanese culture and nature. Shizuoka’s varying geography has something for everyone, from mountain hiking and biking, to water sports and onsen retreats.
Regions of Shizuoka
One of the main stations right on the Tokaido line between Tokyo and Kyoto, Kakegawa offers authentic Japanese outdoor dining, historical castles and mansions to explore, and friendly locals to show you around. Stay for a day, or make it your base for a few nights when the 2019 Rugby World Cup comes to town!