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When foreigners think about Japan, the representative Mt. Fuji (富士山) may first come to mind. When most visitors plan to see Mt. Fuji, they may imagine Yamanashi Prefecture (山梨県) as a destination to see Japan’s most famous landmark. However, there is another area – Shizuoka Prefecture (静岡県) – where...

Atami, or literally "hot ocean," is an area popular for its many onsen resorts with fantastic views. It is located on the far eastern size of the Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka, a city made up of partially submerged volcanic formations on the edge of Sagami Bay. japanguides.net/ In fact, you...

At the foot of the Izu peninsula lies a quiet seaside town named Shimoda where the sand is white, the fish is fresh and the views are spectacular. 100mt.ru/ Where to stay shizuoka.mytabi.net/ If you're looking for some luxury and don't mind paying for it, then the Shimoda Central Hotel offers top...

Once a castle town, the city of Hamamatsu became a popular destination for those traveling between Osaka and Tokyo by land. With a total area of approximately 600 sq mi., the large area is home to various attractions that you ought to visit when visiting Hamamatsu Shi. 1. Visit...

commons.wikimedia.org/ If you are in Tokyo, you might be able to see the peak of Mount Fuji if you are high up in an apartment building, or a skyscraper. You can normally see a glimpse of the top of Mt.Fuji on a clear, fine day. Surely, you can reach Mount...

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