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  • Mishima Sky Walk
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Mishimashi Sasaharashinden 313
    This suspension bridge located in Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture is 400 meters long and is the longest pedestrian bridge in Japan. From a thrilling 70.6 meters in the air, visitors can enjoy spectacular views of Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay. The bridge is quite wide, making it easy to traverse with a stroller or wheelchair. Pets can also be taken on the bridge with the use of a paid rental cart. In the adjoining Sky Garden commercial facility, visitors will find shops selling local vegetables, pickles, jams, and teas, as well as restaurants where they can enjoy a beverage and a light meal.
  • Izu Skyline
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Tagatagunkannamichou Kuwahara
    This skyline is an automobile-only sightseeing road that runs through the mountain ridges in Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park on the eastern side of Izu Peninsula. The approximately 40-kilometer-long road offers incredible views of Sagami Bay, Suruga Bay and Mt. Fuji. There are also eight observatories along the road, as well as natural parks such as Takichiyamaenchi, Shikagatani Park and Mt. Sukumoyama. Izu Skyline has been listed as one of 100 Night Views of Japan and also as a, where visitors can enjoy a magical view of the landscape that is completely different to its daytime appearance.
  • Nihondaira Yume Terrace
    59 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Shizuokashi Shimizu-ku Kusanagi 600-1
    "Nihondaira Digital Broadcasting Tower is a 95.5 meter-high digital broadcasting tower that is situated on top of the Nihondaira plateau in the foothills of Mt. Fuji. Its official name is ""Nihondaira Digital Broadcasting Station."" The tower is a multi-station broadcasting tower responsible for broadcasting TV signals in Shizuoka Prefecture; it serves as the primary television broadcasting station for Shizuoka. Located as it is in a scenic spot near Mt. Fuji, great care was taken to ensure that the design of the tower blends in with the Nihondaira landscape. As the tower is not a tourist facility, it is not possible to go inside, and visitors should not attempt to climb the tower."

    We stayed at the Nipphondaira Hotel, and we came across this Terrace while wondering about. It was a cloudy and rainy-like summer, so like in the hotel, no Mt. Fuji in view. However, the architecture...

  • Nishiizu Skyline
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji Near Daruma-Toi
    This skyline extends from Izu Peninsula's Mt. Darumayama to Toi Pass at an altitude of 900 meters and the beautiful scenery makes it popular for sightseeing. The maintained roads have little traffic and are comfortable to drive on. Visitors can see Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay from here. There are hiking courses, but no stores or toilets along the routes, so visitors are advised to stop by them before entering the skyline.
  • Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunkawaduchou Nashimoto
    Located close to the popular sightseeing spot Kawazu Nanadaru in Kawazu Town, Kamo County, Shizuoka Prefecture is this huge double loop bridge stretching 1.1 kilometers in length, 80 meters in diameter, and 45 meters in height. Learning lessons from previous landslides caused by earthquakes, the National Route 414 was completed and the bridge has been constructed for cars to travel up or down the steep slope by traveling around two large loops. The loops of the road encircle a car park operated by the town. The bridge is a popular Kawazu sightseeing spot where you can enjoy the natural Izu greenery, and during the Kawazu cherry blossom festival the cherry blossom trees at the bottom of the bridge are all lit up at night.
  • Ashinoko Skyline
    95 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Kanagawa Pref. Ashigarashimogunhakonemachi Hakone 638
    With superb views of both Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashinoko, this popular parkway runs atop the border between Kanagawa and Shizuoka prefectures. Famously, a portion of the road surface is grated, called a 'melodyvape,' so you can hear it play a famous melody as you drive upon it. This curvy parkway with many ups and downs is a favorite with cyclist and drivers wanting to enjoy the feel of the road.

    Its a rather short road with a heavy toll not coveredxa0 by electronic payments. But its got the best views of Mt Fuji and its countryside as well as some good views of the lake. Its fantastic to drive...

  • Perry Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Shimoda, Shizuoka Prefecture
    There is a small pathway called “Perry Road” which is located about 10 minutes on foot from Izukyu Shimoda Station. This small pathway which continues from Ryosenji Temple to Shimoda Park for about 500 meters is the path which Admiral Perry marched down when he concluded the Shimoda Treaty between Japan and America in the late Edo period. It is a beautiful street with impressive stone pavements and stone buildings, and with shops and cafes standing side by side, this area engenders an atmosphere which brims with an exotic ambience.
  • View-O water gate and viewing platform
    135 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Numadushi Hon Senbon 1905-27
    One of Japan’s largest water gates, View-O was erected in Numazu Port to protect the city of Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture from tsunami. There are viewing galleries 30 meters above the ground on either bank giving visitors the chance to enjoy 360 degree panoramas of Mt. Ashitaka, Mt. Fuji, the Akaishi Mountains, and out to Shimizu. A 30 meter long bridge connects the two galleries, ensuring you can check out both easily during your visit. At night, the entire huge facility is lit up, creating a powerful and magical scene.

    We took bikes from our hotel which was about 1.5kms away. The ticket was 100 yen and the view is from 30 metres overlooking the port area and towards the ocean. Worth a 20 - 30 minute visit.

  • Minato-no-Asaichi Market
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunhigashizuchou Inatori 3354 Higashi Izu-cho town hall government building parking lot
    Located in the parking lot next to the Higashi Izu Town Office, this morning market is held from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday and on holidays. With fresh seafood such as the Inatori specialty of kinmedai (red bream), dried fish, processed marine products, just-harvested vegetables and seasonal fruits, patrons can buy local foodstuffs at lower prices than regular store prices. Local gourmet foods can be enjoyed on the spot and the kinmedai kama-meshi (a rice, red bream and vegetable dish served in a small pot) is popular. When you order it, they give you a free bowl of kinme arajiru (fishhead soup made with red bream). This is a popular place to get breakfast on a trip around Izu. The closest station is Izu-Inatori Station.
  • Kadowaki Suspension Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Futo
    A tourist attraction in Shizuoka Prefecture’s Ito City located at Jogasaki Coast which is famous for its precipitous cliffs, this suspension bridge hangs over the ocean at a height of 23 meters with a length of 48 meters. Known as a place where many suspenseful dramas have been filmed, the bridge is the most popular part of the Jogasaki Picnical Course walking path. The bridge’s strong construction notwithstanding, viewing the rough, whitewater of the pounding waves right below one’s eyes from the bridge makes for a thrilling experience. In the vicinity is the Kadowaki Lighthouse and observatory which offers outstanding views.
  • Matsukawa Walkway
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Takenouchi
    The Matsukawa Walkway is a path approximately one kilometer in length which follows the Mastukawa River in Ito City, Shizuoka Prefecture. It’s a great place to enjoy a relaxing stroll with some stylish looking lights and flowering trees and shrubs like cherry blossom, weeping willow and wisteria adorning the way. Along the path are many things to see such as the Memorial Museum of Ito born literary man Kinoshita Mokutaro, and the Miura Anjin (William Adams) memorial monument, as well as the former ryokan Tokaikan which was built of wood and is now open to the public as a historical and cultural sightseeing spot. Lots of people come to Matsukawa Walkway to see the cherry blossom during the spring months.
  • Kirameki no Oka
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Numadushi Ita
    Positioned on a small hill in Ida, Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Kirameki no Oka is a superb viewing spot with expansive views of Suruga Bay and Mt. Fuji. When the sun shines on Suruga Bay in just the right way the surface of the sea sparkles quite majestically. It is because of this that the view has derived its name (Kirameki no Oka literally means sparkling hill). The viewing point is known also as a place to witness glorious sunsets over the sea and the Ida district. From January to February the blossoming rape flowers can be seen in the fields below and the Chinese characters of the name ‘Ida’ can also be seen planted within the flowers. Below the staircase is the Sungo burial mound preserved in just the same way as when it was first excavated.
  • Namako Wall Street
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunmatsuzakichou Matsuzaki
    Namako, or sea cucumber, Wall is probably what Matsuzaki Town in Kamo County, Shizuoka Prefecture, is most well known for. This kind of wall refers to a technique of making a mesh pattern by plastering the joints of square flat tiles arranged on a wall. Especially famous among the many walled houses still remaining in Matsuzaki is the former Kondo residence, whose family used to run a pharmacy there. The small stoned pavement to the side is called Namako Wall Street and it is from here that the atmosphere of the Edo period can still be felt.
  • Kadowakisaki Lighthouse
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Futo
    The white Kadowakisaki lighthouse with observation deck is one of the sightseeing highlights of the popular Jogasaki Coast in Ito City, Shizuoka Prefecture. With a total height of 24.9 meters, the first observation deck sits at 17 meters high and the second at four meters. As well as being a popular spot for photographs, on clear days it is also a fabulous scenic spot with views of the distant Izu Shichito Islands and the Amagi Mountains. The lighthouse is also situated right next door to the Kadowaki Suspension Bridge where you can experience the thrill of precipitous cliffs.
  • Irozaki Lighthouse
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Kamogunminamizuchou Irouzaki
    Irozaki Lighthouse is located at Cape Irozaki in Minamiizu Town, at the southernmost tip of the Izu Peninsula. There are spectacular views of nearby islands; when the weather is good, you can see as far as Miyake Island. Usually, the interior of the lighthouse is off-limits to visitors, but visitors are allowed inside on one day in November each year. The area around the lighthouse forms part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. Irozaki Lighthouse was selected for inclusion in the list of “Japan’s 50 Most Beautiful Lighthouses.”
  • Hashidate Suspension Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Yawatano
    Constructed in May 1971, Hashidate Suspension Bridge is 60 meters long and 18 meters high, with a maximum capacity of 20 people at one time. Standing on the Bridge, visitors can enjoy spectacular views over the azure ocean; on days when the weather is good, you can see as far as Izu Oshima Island, Toshima Island, and Nii-jima Island. The area around Hashidate Suspension Bridge has many steep cliffs, making it a popular place for rock-climbing.
  • Ito Marine Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Itoushi Yukawa 571 - 19 Road Station In Ito Marine Town
    Forming part of the Ito Marine Town roadside rest area, the Ito Marine Road is a 417.5-meter-long footpath constructed along a breakwater. At the furthest point, there is a monument entitled “Ai Sing,” symbolizing love and peace, which was created by the sculptor Kenji Shigeoka. Ito Marine Road has been designated as a “Lover’s Sanctuary,” and is a popular spot for couples to go on dates. Six-colored “Good Luck Ribbons” are on sale at the entrance.
  • Fujisan Skyline
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Gotembashi ・ Fujinomiya City
    Mt. Fuji Skyline has been chosen as one ofJapan's 100 Best Roads, and at an altitude of 2,400 meters, the fifth station on Mt. Fuji is famous as the highest point in Japan that can be driven to in a regular car. In addition, the route is divided into two sections, the excursion section and the mountain climbing section, which have different elevations, so visitors can enjoy the red leaves of the fall season for a long time. It is also a famous place for hill climbing.
  • Kaede Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Shuzenji
    This bridge spanning the Katsura River that runs through the Shuzenji Spa is one in the area that are famously said to grant wishes for a successful romance made while crossing them. Also known as Yorisoi-bashi, which can be translated as grow closer bridge or cuddle bridge, it is the fourth bridge on the Koi no Hashi Meguri (Tour of Love Bridges) model course. Being known as for granting wishes for marriage, the bridge is popular with marriage-minded women looking to give a not-so-subtle hint to their romantic partners.
  • Kokei Bridge
    Travel / Tourism
    Izu shizuoka prefecture
    This bridge, the second on Shuzenji Spa's Koi no Hashi Meguri (Tour of Love Bridges) model course, is said to grant wishes for a successful romance. It is also known as Akogare-bashi, which translates as yearning bridge. We recommend taking a walk in one of the rental kimono or yukata that are available. Perhaps the bridge's effects will increase if you think about your partner while crossing.

Shizuoka Areas


With the giant Pacific Ocean to the south and the great Mount Fuji to the north, Shizuoka prefecture is blessed with some of the best views the country has to offer. The white sand beaches of the Izu Peninsula are a rare find on mainland Japan, neighbored by beautiful cliffs, tumbling hills, and natural hot springs. As Japan’s largest producer of green tea, the age-old tradition of tea drinking is ubiquitous in Shizuoka, from the miles of tea fields to the old tea houses hosting traditional tea ceremonies.

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