Chartered taxi tour / visit 4 popular sightseeing spots in Shimizu! 4.0 hours
Miho Pine Tree Grove, Nihondaira plateau, (by Nihondaira ropeway), Kunozan Toshogu Shrine, Shimizu Fish Market “Kashi no ichi”   The fish market is closed on Wednesday. If you come on that day, you may choose Ryugeji Temple or S-Pules Dream Plaza instead.


(A) Jumbo taxi + certified English interpreter guide
68,000JPY /vehicle   
(B) Regular taxi + certified English interpreter guide
42,000JPY / vehicle   
(C) Regular taxi +English speaking driver
28,000JPY /vehicle 
※We have only 3 English speaking drivers in Shimizu.
Please make a reservation as soon as possible.

 Duration: 4.0 hours
 Participants: (A)up to 8 customers   (B) up to 3 customers   (C) up to 4 customers
 Included: (A) (B) car, guide   (C) car, English speaking driver
 Not included: admission fee to Kunozan Toshogu Shrine, round trip ropeway fare at Nihondaira Plateau


Miho Pine Tree Grove 
(A part of Mt.Fuji World Heritage) 
Spectacular view of Mt.Fuji,Green pine tree grove, deep blue Suruga Bay, white wave, wide sand beach. more detail

Nihondaira Plateau 
(awarded one of top 100 Japanese tourist attractions) 
At Nihondaira Ocha kaikan, you can enjoy beautiful view of Mt.Fuji with green tea farm.    From Observatory, you can view Mt.Fuji, town of Shimizu, Shimizu port, Miho Pine Tree Grove,Izu Peninsula, Japanese southern Alps. more detail

Kunozan Toshogu Shrine 
(A National treasure) This shrine is connected with Nihondaira Plateau by cable way (one way :5 minutes), Please enjoy spectacular view from the cable way. The national treasure shrine that has regained its brilliance from 400 years ago. You can visit the mausoleum of Tokugawa Ieyasu, who was the most famous Shogun in Japan.
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Shimizu Fish Market “Kashi no ichi” (Shimizu Port boasts Japan’s biggest catch of tuna)
Please enjoy the stroll on our local fish market as well as delicious sushi or seafood bowl.


Please understand that it is depends on the weather whether you can see Mount Fuji or not.  At Kunozan Toshogu Shrine, there are about 40 stone steps and there is no slope for wheelchair users. If you or one of your member is not at ease walking, we recommend you to stay and enjoy some leisure time at Nihondaira Yume Terrace or Nipondaira Hotel (view from here is really beautiful) and wait for other members’ return by cable way.