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Numazu, located in Shizuoka Prefecture, is a coastal city with an undeniable charm that encompasses breathtaking natural beauty, traditional culture, and fresh seafood. Nestled at the foot of Mt. Fuji, the city provides stunning views of Japan’s iconic peak. Numazu’s deep-sea water aquarium is a prime attraction, showcasing a diverse range of aquatic life. The city is also famous for its delicious sushi, thanks to the abundance of fresh fish caught in nearby Suruga Bay. Whether you’re a nature lover, a foodie, or a culture enthusiast, Numazu offers a delightful and unique experience that caters to every traveler.


By Shinkansen

  • From Tokyo Station, take the JR Tokaido Shinkansen to Mishima Station. It takes about 1 hour, and the cost is around 4,000 yen one way. From Mishima Station, take the Tokaido Main Line to Numazu Station, which takes approximately 15 minutes and costs around 220 yen.

By Regular Trains

  • From Tokyo Station, take the Tokaido Main Line to Numazu Station. The journey takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes and costs around 2,800 yen one way.

By Car

  • If you’re driving from Tokyo, the journey will take approximately 2 hours via the Tomei Expressway. The expressway toll is around 3,000 yen one way.



Ashitaka Water Shrine

Ashitaka Water Shrine in Numazu of Shizuoka prefecture is believed to be the god of water, surrounded by waterfall and beautiful nature.

Cape Ose

Cape Ose is a famous diving spot as well as one of the seven mysteries of Izu Peninsular in Shizuoka Prefecture of Japan.
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