Shizuoka city has a calm climate and rich nature, blessed with both seafood and mountaineering.
In the heart of such a person living in Shizuoka City, you can see that Shizuoka Ai is rooted even if you do not say it again.
Looking at the history of Shizuoka city, the Tokaido was also a place where the Daimyo name and many travelers go and go, during the Edo period when Doshisha Ieyasu was a great place.
It seems that the voice of the traveler of the time seems to be heard if we walk along the site of the site where Edo emotion still remains.
In the contemporary lodging town where retro cityscapes remain, there are lots of fashionable and fresh spots that you want to take photos unintentionally.
There are many things that you will want to share with someone, such as crowded goods, cafes, cafes, scenes that remain in your heart, as well as townscapes.
Why do not you take a leisurely walk on the historical highway?
The Tokaido was fully developed during the Edo Period (1603 AD - 1868 AD) as the main road connecting Edo (now known as Tokyo) with Kyoto (the ancient capital). It bustled with the traffic of many travelers, including the processions of feudal lords coming and going between Edo and their domains. Within Shizuoka City, there were 6 post towns (Kambara, Yui, Okitsu, Ejiri, Fuchu, Mariko), as well as 2 difficult mountain passes (Satta and Utsunoya) on the Tokaido. Today, you can still find beautiful views of Mt. Fuji, and the rich atmosphere and remnants of the Tokaido beloved by so many travelers.