Shizuoka prefecture has many must visit spots including Mt. Fuji, a World Heritage site.
Enjoy local gourmet as another attraction, made with local specialities from both the sea and mountains.
90 minutes from HotelLocal Area Yume no Tsuribashi (The Suspension Bridge of Dream) Enjoy a gorgeous view from the bridge crossing a milky blue lake in Sumata Gorge. Make a wish about somebody you think interested in. It’s also popular as a place to bestow visitors with refreshing energy.
30 minutes from HotelLocal Area Shimizu Port Bay Cruises Enjoy a comfortable and convenient cruise. You can see Mt. Fuji on the clear weather and feed seagulls.
10 minutes from Hotel歴史・文化 Sumpu Castle Park (Sumpu Castle ruins) This park features the largest arsenal tower in Japan and castle ruins including Higashi Gomon (East Gate) bridge. You can taste Japanese sweets and tea in the tea room.
5 minsLocal Attractions Shizuoka Science Museum Ru Ku Ru It's a science museum featuring a variety of fun and exciting exhibitions which visitors can “see” (miru), “listen” (kiku) and “touch” (sawaru) . Shows and exhibitions are held regularly.
20 minutes from HotelLocal Attractions Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art Presents a solid collection of Eastern and Western artworks, frequently announcing events. You can enjoy drinks, light meals at the on-site cafe and restaurant.
10 minutes from HotelLocal Attractions Toro Ruins Discovered in 1943, Yayoi era 80000-m² rice paddies have been reproduced. A museum at the site preserves and displays many of the artifacts discovered.
90 minutes from HotelLocal Area 日本平 Enjoy the magnificent view from a plateau, with a maximum altitude of 307m. Nihondaira was selected as one of the top 100 Landscapes of Japan in 1980 and was registered to “Night View Inheritance of Japan" in 2016.
40 minutes from HotelLocal Area View from Miho no Matsubara (Miho Pine Grove) Enjoy the magnificent Mt. Fuji view from the beach extending along Miho peninsula's eastern coast. There is a pine tree called Hagoromo-no-Matsu, which made the site famous as the legend of a heavenly maiden.
30 minutes from Hotel歴史・文化 Kunozan Toshogu Shrine It’s a Shinto shrine where the primary god is enshrined as the Tosho-Daigongen, the original burial place of the first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate, Tokugawa Ieyasu. A huge cedar tree called ‘Kane no Naruki’ is popular among the visitors because of this unique form of making a wish.