Things to do 72 Activités à Shizuoka

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  • Agathe Agathe

    Visit an Organic Tea Farm in Japan (3-hour tour)

    Visit an Organic Tea Farm in Japan (3-hour tour) Rencontre authentique et riche de partages, à l’écart des flux touristiques

  • Steve Steve

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan The 14 day JR Pass exceeded our expectations. Very very useful. We did have some trouble figuring out which platform to use at times, but Japanese people are so kind and helpful we always got there eventually.

  • Yuriy Yuriy

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan If you plan on some inter-city travel in Japan then the expense of the pass is quickly recovered, if you use the Shinkansen which I certainly recommend. An extra benefit of being able to use local JR trains for free was just a bonus to me, but not to be sniffed at!

  • James James

    Shinkansen Bullet Train Tickets between Kyoto and Mishima

    Shinkansen Bullet Train Tickets between Kyoto and Mishima Clear instructions, tickets were waiting for us at the front desk of the hotel. Would definitely use again!

  • Henry Henry

    Fuji Shibazakura Festival 2018 Direct Bus Tickets from Tokyo

    Fuji Shibazakura Festival 2018 Direct Bus Tickets from Tokyo Booking this ticket was so easy with Voyagin, really helped me make the most of my free weekend in Tokyo without wrangling with Japanese language websites. My first choice for travel dates had been sold out just after I submitted my request to Voyagin, but the rep helped me get a ticket that suited me – thank you Chie! Getting an e-ticket saved me from having to print or remember a paper ticket. Just be sure to save the pdf on your phone in case you have any internet trouble on the morning of your trip! And don’t let your battery die at the flower festival :)

    By following signs in Shinjuku Station for New South Exit it was very easy to find the ‘highway bus’ terminal, the new Busta Shinjuku facility. The 4th-floor departures area is clean, organised, has a big departures board with English information and a small convenience store to grab snacks for your journey if you arrive with a few minutes to spare. A huge improvement on my Fuji Q Highland experience 2 years previously, when we had to find our bus stop out on the crazy streets around Shinjuku train station. Very foreigner friendly!

    The bus as expected was also clean, modern, spacious enough for my long westerner's legs, and to my pleasant surprise equipped with not only a toilet but free WiFi! Speed was not great but hey, it worked. After the bus gets to around Mt Takao in Hachioji, West Tokyo, you’re pretty much out of the city and into the mountains, so after the first hour of your ride you can enjoy the Japanese scenery which only gets better as you go south. I’d say the view was slightly better out the left side of the bus. I never seem to tire of rice fields and forested mountains :)

    As for the festival itself, the ticket I ordered was bus only (those buses get fully booked early!) so there was about 600 yen to pay at the festival in cash, and then we were in. Really amazing. Fields carpeted in pink and white flowers, stretching out around a large pool with forests all around and Fuji San ever-present in the near distance. Being a Japanese festival of course there was plenty of soba, kara-age, soft-serve ice cream, sakura flavoured EVERYTHING, and refreshing beer on offer. Also a cool display of some crazy chestnut roasting contraption that whistled and belched out steam at regular intervals. We enjoyed it there for several hours of looking around all the flowers, getting cool photos, going up the viewing platform for a birds-eye views and of course eating and drinking to our heart's content.

    Then it was back on the bus! Saw a few other poor tourists who hadn't reserved their return tickets and were waiting and waiting for a bus to come that had a free seat. I hope they found one and didn’t end up having to get a taxi to the train station, it’s pretty far from the flower festival! Our bus came at the time expected, although for the retune it was much harder to know where it would pick up, our worry about finding the right bus was totally unfounded. Great Japanese service covered for any lack of clear English signage at the festival parking lot. Long ride back and we were knackered, so we easily napped on the bus and got dropped off quite contented at Shinjuku, where we found a nice restaurant in the station building to wrap up the day!

  • Courtney Courtney

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan An absolute must for exploring the cities of Japan. We got our voucher just a few days after ordering, and had no trouble at all using the pass to see Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Himeji. Pretty awesome.

  • Caroline Caroline

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan My friend and I decided to buy this pass because it included our shinkansen routes. Just note, if you plan to travel between Tokyo and other major cities during peak travel times (especially Friday evening leaving Tokyo), then I recommend planning ahead and reserving seats. We ended up waiting on the platform a while to get a seat, because a few trains were fully booked.

  • Kylie Kylie

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan If you don't mind the multiple steps you have to go through in order to get the ticket - great deal.

  • Kris Kris

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan Highly recommended to all the travelers in Japan!

  • Eric Eric

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan

    JR Pass – Unlimited Rail Travel across Japan It covers most JR lines in Japan, but not Tokyo metro and other private lines. Just do your research and you will have a great time in Japan!