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Numazu Portc(area:CHUBU/SHIZUOKA)

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The Port of Numazu, tucked in between Mount Fuji to the north and Suruga Bay to the south, is known as the gateway to the Izu Peninsula. Famed for both its fresh fish and its dried horse mackerel, for which it is Japanese’s number one producer, Numazu’s proximity to Tokyo attracts many tourists, who imbue the city with an infectious energy.

Attractions here include fresh seafood, fish market auctions, and the panoramic view from the observatory deck of View-O, which is one of the largest sluice gates in Japan. No matter what you choose, you’re guaranteed to leave with plenty of food in your belly and a wide smile on your face!

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Dining

Fish market and Dinnig street in Numazu

You can enjoy all tasty and fresh fish, particular near to the fish market. ...

Dining

Market mall Numazu Minato Shinsenkan

Main Attractions

Huge Water Gate "View-o"

The largest water gate in Japan built by Shizuoka Prefecture was designed to prevent Tunami. From the top of the water gate,...

Topics

Numazu Deepblue Aquarium

Port Information

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Location 1905-27 Senbon, Numazu-City, Shizuoka 410-0867 map
Nearest major airport Mt.Fuji Shizuoka Airport(Car  100 minute ) map
Nearest major train station JR Numazu Sta. ( Car or Bus  15 minute ) map
Nearest major bus station IZUHAKONE BUS Numazukou ( Foot  0 minute ) map
Service Tourist information map
Port management Shizuoka Pref.  
TEL 054-221-3682  
E-MAIL kouwan_kikaku@pref.shizuoka.lg.jp  

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