Shizuoka Station

Shizuoka Station is the perfect stop for lovers of fresh seafood, green tea enthusiasts and samurai period history buffs.

Located right on the coast of Suruga Bay which is famous for its abundance of seafood, many of the port towns close to Shizuoka offer some of the freshest seafood in Japan. 

Shizuoka City is in the heart of Green Tea country and has a growing cafe culture with many boutique green tea shops 

Famous as residence of possibly Japan’s most famous Samurai Lord Tokugawa Ieyasu Shizuoka holds a special place in Japanese history and the metropolitan city center retains much of its past charm.

Easily Accessible from Shizuoka Station 

Shizuoka City – Fugetsuro, Green Tea Cafes, Craft Beer Bars,

Shimizu Area – S-pulse Plaza, Miho Matsubara, Nihondaira, Strawberry Coastal Road,

Coastal Towns of Yaizu, Mochimune & Yui – Sakura Shrimp, Whitebait, Tuna markets and all the seafood

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Getting there and around

Shizuoka City is an easy city to walk around – a cosmopolitan city with plenty of cafes, shops, historical sites, restaurants and bars.

From Shizuoka City, Shimizu Port and the other coastal towns famous for their fresh seafood are easily accessible by train.

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