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Shizuoka Prefecture

Blessed with a prime location between Tokyo and Kyoto on the "Golden Route", Shizuoka opens up new possibilities for exploring novel sights, activities, and cuisines all year round.
 
Aside from the iconic Mt. Fuji, Shizuoka is famed for its white-sand beaches, world-class onsen resorts, as well as producing the most premium tea in the country. Unagi lovers will delight in the specialty eel delicacies around the prefecture too!
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Highlights

  • Mt. Fuji
    Sightseeing
    Millions around the world travel to Japan every year to scale the country's most symbolic mountain, with one of the most popular activity being sunrise watching (goraiko). While here, it's recommended to explore the Fuji Five Lakes to the north of the mountain, as well as observing wildlife animals in their natural habitat at the nearby Fuji Safari Park reserve.

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  • Atami & Ito
    Sightseeing
    Fancy a getaway themed around ocean sports and small island fun? Then look no further than Atami & Ito, two of Japan's finest seaside onsen resort towns. Experience the local best offerings through onsen-hopping, dining out on freshly-caught seafood as well as water adventures such as scuba diving and camping!

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  • Shizuoka Tea
    Food
    Responsible for over 40% of Japan's tea production, Shizuoka is highly regarded for the quality of its green tea. The cooling climate in the area coupled with mineral-rich soil and water surrounding Mt. Fuji make fertile grounds for tea growing and harvesting. 

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