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Often, it's the people of a city that make it unique. In this part of Shizuoka, you'll find 700,000 of them.
Shizuoka isn't too far from Nanbu-cho, which is situated 15 kilometres to the northeast. Tokyo, the nation's capital, is to be found 140 kilometres to the northeast.
Eager to swap the grey concrete for a little greenery? Shizuoka is home to a variety of green spaces which offer some respite from its lively centre. Stop by Shimizu Funakoshi Tsutsumi Park, Toro Park or Ipponmatsu Park.
Find yourself mesmerised as the waters of Fukuyo Waterfall crash into the bubbling surface below.
Stunning sea views aren't the only things you can look forward to at Miho Beach. Keep an eye out for squabbling seabirds as well as little critters like sand crabs and clams.
Don't spend too much time wandering around shopping centres and museums. Take off into nature! Mount Shiomi is a surprising pocket of beauty where you can get outdoors and inhale some clean, crisp air.
The interesting scientific contraptions on exhibition at the Tokai University Marine Science Museum could keep you fascinated for days. To get straight to the good stuff, you might want to ask around about any upcoming guided talks.
If you're an art connoisseur, set aside an afternoon to check out a few exhibits. The Shizuoka City Serizawa Keisuke Art Museum is a terrific place to start. Next up are the exceptional collections of the Shizuoka City Museum of Art and the Tokaido Hiroshige Art Museum.
Birthplace of Jirocho and Okitsu Zagyo-so Villa shine a spotlight on Shizuoka's days of yore. History fanatics should get out and see both.
Live like a king and queen, even if it is just for a moment, at Sumpu Castle and Shizuoka castle.
Whether you're spiritual or simply looking for a little tranquillity, Miho Shrine and Kunozan Toshogu Shrine are sure to add some deeper meaning to your trip. Shizuoka Sengen Jinja Shrine and the Rinzaiji Temple are also important pieces of the city's spiritual identity.
Whether you're on the lookout for the perfect souvenir or just the essentials, Neopasa Shizuoka Kudari and Neopasa Shizuoka Nobori are where you need to go. If you're keen for some more retail therapy, Bay Dream Shimizu also contains a fantastic range of stores.
Even though you might have explored the big-name attractions here, there's still more to do. Why not also include a visit to Aoba Symbol Road?
Reviewed on 13 Oct. 2019
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