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Sumatakyo

  • Kawanehoncho
  • Nature & Parks
Deep valley of the Sumata River, a branch of the Oi River. Many waterfalls can be seen on the rock walls on both sides of the valley and the slopes of the mountains are covered with fir, hemlock and cedar trees. Visit Sumatakyo spa, where you can take an approximately 90 min walk along a path that includes crossing a 90m long suspension bridge (Yume no Tsuribashi) and another arch-shaped bridge (Hiryubashi).

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S-Pulse Dream Plaza

  • Shizuoka City
  • Shopping
The complex is full of attractive features such as the Shimizu Sushi Food Court (10 sushi shops), the Suruga Souvenir Shopping Area, where regional specialty items such as Shizuoka cakes, well-known products, and green tea can be purchased, a large shop featuring fresh foods, the Shimizu Sushi Museum (Entrance Fee: Adults 300 yen, Children 200 yen), the remodeled Chibi Maruko Land (Entrance Fee: Adults 500 yen, Children 300 yen) as well as individual shops. In addition, a large Ferris wheel overlooking Shimizu Port was completed this summer.

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Granship(Shizuoka Convention & Arts Center)

  • Shizuoka City
  • Public
Conveniently located 3 km from Shizuoka Station, and adjacent to JR Higashi-Shizuoka Station, Granship is positioned in the center of Shizuoka prefecture. It has twelve floors in addition to two basement floors, providing approximately 60,000 square meters of interior floor-space. It is comprised of Main Hall which accommodates some 4,600 people, a Medium Hall with an orchestra pit, a Conference Hall and an Exhibition Gallery.

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Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art

  • Shizuoka City
  • Museums
Opened in 1986 at the foot of the Nihondaira, approximately 2,450 diverse paintings based on the theme of landscapes of the East and West are exhibited, including those of Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin, Yokoyama Taikan, and Ito Jakuchu. The Rodin museum is the only museum in Japan that has a permanent display of a collection of 32 works of Rodin including the The Gates of Hell. Other short-term exhibitions are also held regularly.

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