Steeped in history and culture, the region is a brilliant contrast between the marvels of modern Japan and the deep history the country is known for. Enjoy the gourmet delights Shizuoka is famous for in Japan, wasabi, green tea, strawberries and Sake, and then tour centuries old castles, where famous Japanese made history
Sunpu Castle, Shizuoka City Explore Sunpu Castle, which has the largest keep in Japan and dates back nearly 1,000 years to the Warring States Period. Sunpu Castle, or Sunpu-jō in Japanese, is a castle in Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture, originally built in 1337 by...read more
Sumata Gorge and Oikawa Railway A 2-day scenic journey into the Heart of Shizuoka. Take a historic Steam Locomotive to visit one of the most famous suspension bridges in the world, enjoy some of Japan’s most pristine nature and soak in the local natural hotsprings - A...read more
Best 9 Things to Do in Shizuoka City Shizuoka City is the prefectural capital of Shizuoka Prefecture, and second largest city in the prefecture. Located between the scenic Suruga Bay and the Japan Southern Alps, there is no shortage of things to do in Shizuoka City...read more
See history come to life and why the region is famous for food
Explore the area that lives and breathes culture and history, and why the area is not only central to Shizuoka, but central to key events in the history of Japan.
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