Street Spots in Shizuoka Area

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Himono Yokocho
    Travel / Tourism
    Shimoda City, Shizuoka Prefecture 2-chome
    "An avenue lined with dried fish shops in Shimoda City, Shizuoka Prefecture. You can get a good view of the ""sun-dried fish"" consisting primarily of horse mackerel, Japanese butterfish, and barracuda. There is also dried red bream-a famous item of Shimoda-which you can buy as a souvenir. The nearby ""Minato Avenue"" is also often visited by many sight-seers."
  • Aoba Yokocho
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Shizuokashi Aoi-ku Tokiwachou Aoba Yokocho 1-8
    This alley in Aoi Ward, Shizuoka City lined with old-fashioned shops that resemble food carts is the city's oden district. There, visitors can try the unique Shizuoka variant of the Japanese dish oden (hodgepodge stew). Shizuoka oden is notable for its black broth, which is made with a beef sinew-based stock and seasoned with soy sauce.
  • Numazu Minato Restaurant area
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Numazu-shi Senbonminatocho
  • Shimoda Yama no Morning Market
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Shimoda-shi Higashihongo Shimoda Sta. Ekimae Hiroba
  • Harris Noshokei
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Shimodashi Kakisaki 38
  • Suzaki Walkway
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Shimoda-shi Suzaki
  • Yu Michi
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Izu-shi Yugashima
  • Aoba Symbol Road
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Shizuoka-shi Aoi-ku Gofukucho Tokiwacho
  • Gofukucho Dori
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Shizuoka-shi Aoi-ku Gofukucho
  • Omaezaki Cape Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Omaezakishi Omaezaki
  • Ikawa no Morning Market
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Shizuoka-shi Aoi-ku Ikawa 964
  • Ju Veload
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Iwatashi Nakaizumi
  • Act Dori
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Hamamatsu-shi Naka-ku Chuo
  • Kappunotaki
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Shuchi-gun Morimachi Kappu
  • Ajiro Himonoginza
    Travel / Tourism
    Shizuoka Pref. Atamishi Ajiro

Shizuoka Areas

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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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