1 day in Shizuoka Prefecture Itinerary

1 day in Shizuoka Prefecture Itinerary

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Ito
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Numazu
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Ito

— 1 day
Not too far from the capital, Ito has developed a reputation as a resort town, with a fair portion of its area lying within a national park.
Kick off your visit on the 9th (Sun): soak in some Japanese tradition at Michi-no-Eki Ito Marine Town, take in the awesome beauty at Mount Omuro, then stroll around Izu Shaboten Zoo, then explore the striking landscape at Jogasaki Coast, and finally snap pictures at Jogasaki Suspension Bridge.

To see where to stay, traveler tips, reviews, and more tourist information, go to the Ito trip itinerary website.

Tokyo to Ito is an approximately 2-hour train ride. You can also drive. Traveling from Tokyo in May, expect nights in Ito to be about the same, around 22°C, while days are a bit cooler, around 25°C. Finish your sightseeing early on the 9th (Sun) to allow enough time to drive to Numazu.

Things to do in Ito

Parks · Nature · Baths · Spas

Numazu

Numazu tourism focuses primarily on what lies just outside of the town, with the urban area providing a base for wider regional, natural explorations.
You can plan Numazu trip in no time by asking Inspirock to help create your itinerary.

You can drive from Ito to Numazu in an hour. Alternatively, you can take a train. In May in Numazu, expect temperatures between 25°C during the day and 22°C at night. On the 9th (Sun), you're off to home.

Things to do in Numazu

Historic Sites · Parks · Museums · Outdoors

Shizuoka Prefecture travel guide

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Sacred & Religious Sites · Landmarks · Parks
Shizuoka Prefecture is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region of Honshu. The capital is the city of Shizuoka, while Hamamatsu is the largest city by population.HistoryShizuoka Prefecture was formed from the former Tōtōmi, Suruga and Izu provinces.The area was the home of the first Tokugawa Shogun. Tokugawa Ieyasu held the region until he conquered the lands of the Hōjō clan in the Kantō region and placed land under the stewardship of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. After becoming shogun, Tokugawa took the land back for his family and put the area around modern-day Shizuoka city under the direct supervision of the shogunate. With the creation of Shizuoka han in 1868, it once again became the residence of the Tokugawa family.GeographyShizuoka Prefecture is an elongated region following the coast of the Pacific Ocean at the Suruga Bay. In the west, the prefecture extends deep into the Japan Alps. In the east, it becomes a narrower coast bounded in the north by Mount Fuji, until it comes to the Izu Peninsula, a popular resort area pointing south into the Pacific.

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