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(5) Reviews
Duration: 6h

Shizuoka Tea Tour - to know everything about tea in the largest plantation area!

by Hiroyo
4.4
(5) Reviews

Shizuoka is the No. 1 Tea producer in Japan. We will visit two tea-related facilities on this tour. They are located in Makinohara plateau, the largest tea plantation area in Japan. At Grinpia Makinohara, there are several activities that can ...
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4.4
(5) Reviews
Duration: 6h

Visit to Tea Museum and Tea Town in Shizuoka

by Hiroyo
4.4
(5) Reviews

In this tour, we will visit two places. One is the World Tea Museum located in Makinohara. It is the largest tea plantation in Japan. We can learn about the history and culture on tea across the world and experience tea ceremony there. Shizuoka ci...
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4.4
(5) Reviews
Duration: 4h

Walking Tour in Shizuoka(Historic sites & Tea Town)

by Hiroyo
4.4
(5) Reviews

Shizuoka is a city historically related to the Tokugawa shogun family. It was greatly developed when the first shogun of Edo feudal government, Ieyasu Tokugawa, came back to spend his last years. By walking around Shizuoka downtown area, we can tra...
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(5) Reviews
Duration: 5h

Toshogu Shrine, Shimizu Sushi Museum & Lunch

by Hiroyo
4.4
(5) Reviews

Kunosan Toshogu shrine is one of the most popular historical sites in Shizuoka city. The first shogun of the Edo feudal government, Ieyasu Tokugawa was enshrined here about 400 years ago. I think he is the most famous shogun in Japanese history, be...
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Duration: 4h

Walking Tour in Shizuoka City

by Setsuko

We'll visit 3 popular tourist spots in the center of Shizuoka City. First we’ll trace back the great achievements of the first shogun, Ieyasu Tokugawa at Sumpu Castle where he spent his last days. It contains two reconstructed arsenal buildings, the ...
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