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Showa-no-Mori Center (昭和の森会館)

Event

The Showa-no-Mori Center is a tourist facility attached to the Amagigoe roadside station in Izu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Besides an information center introducing the natural wonders of the Amagi Mountains and a literary museum, there is also a restaurant. The cherry tree on the north side of the parking area and the tree at the northern edge of the “Amagi Green Garden” are renowned as the largest Edo-higanzakura cherry trees in the Izu region. The cherry blossom is at its best around mid-April to late April each year, when it delights the eyes of visitors to the Center. The Showa-no-Mori Center is open from 8:30 to 16:30; it is closed on the third Wednesday of every month. There are shops and toilets. The admission charge for entrance to the Izu Literature Museum is 300 yen for adults and 100 yen for children.

place

Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Yugashima 892-6 (IzuArea)

phone 0558851110
place

8:30-16:30

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Details

Address
Shizuoka Pref. Izushi Yugashima 892-6 [map]
Area
IzuArea
Phone
0558851110
Flowering state of cherry blossoms
the end
Cherry blossom forecast
Early Apr.-Mid-Apr.
Hours
8:30-16:30
Closed
3rdWednesday
Fees
[Izu Modern Literature Museum] Adults 300yen, Children 100yen
Parking Lot
Available (186spaces Road Station Tianyou Overtake)
Public toilets
Available
Shop
Available
Number of trees
2trees
Variety
Edohigan

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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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.