A World Heritage Landscape Where the Celestial Maiden Descended
The ocean waves rushing ashore, the bright blue sky, and there stands Fujisan with poise behind the green of the pine grove. This is the legendary spot where the celestial maiden wearing a raiment has descended. Since ancient times, this scenic landscape has been depicted in many art forms such as poetry, paintings and ukiyo-e. Miho no Matsubara inspired a large number of paintings and was registered as a heritage asset of a World Cultural Heritage.
|Address||Miho, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka-shi, Shizuoka|
|Phone||+81-54-221-1310 (sightseeing interchange section, Shizuoka City)
* Inquiries 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. (Japanese only)
|Access||From JR Tokaido Shinkansen "Shizuoka Station", transfer to JR Tokaido Main Line and alight at "Shimizu Station".
Approx. 25 minutes ride on the Shizutetsu Just Line Miho Yamanote Line bound for "Miho Shakomae".
Approx. 15-minute walk from the "Miho no Matsubara Iriguchi" bus stop.
updated on Sep 25, 2015
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