All Attractions in Shizuoka Prefecture

Attractions including all the main points of interest, tourist highlights and things to do in.

  • Fuji Speedway

    Fuji Speedway is the international race track where events such as the Japanese F1 are held. Fuji Speedway is near Mt Fuji.

  • Fuji Memorial Park

    Fuji Memorial Park, in Oyama Shizuoka Prefecture, is famous for its cherry blossom being considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Fuji Memorial Park features around 8,000 cherry blossom trees, which blossom later because of their higher altitude and cooler climate. Generally they blossom in early April through Read more [...]

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    Izu Peninsula

    Izu Peninsula is a large mountainous peninsula which protrudes into the Pacific Ocean. Izu Peninsula is south of Tokyo in Shizuoka Prefecture in the Chubu region. Izu Peninsula includes the cities of Atami, Ito, Izu, Shimoda and Nagaoka. Izu Peninsula attractions include part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.

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    Ieyasu no Yu

    Ieyasu no Yu (Ieyasu’s Hot Spring) is named after the famous shogun, Tokugawa Ieyasu. Ieyasu no Yu is a public food spa in front of JR Atami Station.

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    Omiya no Matsu

    Omiya no Matsu (Omiya’s Pine Tree) is from the most famous scene in ‘Konjiki Yasha (Golden Demon)’ as it is where Kanichi and Omiya meet, before they separate. Omiya no Matsu is one of the many cultural attractions in Atami.

  • Sunpu Castle

    Sunpu Castle, in Shizuoka city, is also known as Fuchu Castle or Shizuoka Castle. A new Sunpu Castle was built in 1585 by Tokugawa Ieyasu on the site where a smaller castle or fort had been. Sunpu Castle was upgraded to a triple moat system, a new donjon and new Read more [...]

  • Hamamatsu Castle

    Hamamatsu Castle is a Japanese Castle in Hamamatsu Shizuoka Prefecture. Hikuma Castle had been built on the site of Japanese Castle in the early 1500s by the Imagawa clan. Tokugawa Ieyasu obtained control of area including Hikuma Castle in 1568. Tokugawa Ieyasu rebuilt and greatly expanded the castle which did Read more [...]

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    Atami Castle

    Atami Castle is a hilltop style Japanese Castle which stands 120 meters above sea level, where you can overlook the view of the city of Atami and Atami Bay (South of Tokyo Bay). Atami Castle is a concrete reconstruction built in 1959 as a tourist attraction. Atami Castle contains a Read more [...]