In a clear sunny day, the beautiful Mt. Fuji from North and Suruga harbor from South greet your arrival. Numazu is located 100km from Tokyo and it takes less than one hour by trains.
Along with the incredible view, Numazu offers you delicious food: Fresh seafood from Suruga harbor, famous spring water from Mt.Fuji, and variety of fruits and vegetables grown under local farmers' care and nurtured by the warm weather.
If you are a fan of Sushi & Sashimi, you cannot ignore the temptation of well known sushi and kaisen restaurants near Numazu harbor. Furthermore, surrounding cities are known for hot spring resorts.
Because of those factors, Numazu-Goyotei, an Imperial Villa, was built here in 1893 for Taisyo Emperor. In 1969, Goyotei was closed, and the following year, it re-opened as "Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park" by Numazu city. It is located next to Senbon Matsubara (a big thousand-pine grove aged over 200 years).
Every year, "Japan Art Festival" is held at "Numazu Goyotei Memorial Park" to promote the traditional Japanese Art and Culture. This year, the festival begins from October 1st.
For more information: City of Numazu Home Page
|-Take a bullet train to Mishima Station.|
|-Take Tokaido Line to Numazu Station.|
|-Take Toumei Highway.|
|-Take the Numazu Interchange.|