By taxi, you'll be picked up and dropped off at the port of Shimizu to tour the Satta Pass (Observation Platform) where you see first-hand Mt. Fuji from a distance, the site where Hiroshige Blue must have depicted for the woodblock print, Hiroshige Museum, Nihon Daira High Plateau, tea leaves picking, ropeway to-and-from Kunozan Toshogu Shrine, and Miho no Matsubara, among others.
Satta Pass (Observation Platform), Hiroshige Museum (“Ukiyoe” or woodblock printing), Nihon Daira High Plateau Ropeway to-and-from Kunosan Toshogu, and Miho no Matsubara, among others. (FYI: Let’s stretch arms/legs with your pedometer.).
You'll be able to see Mt. Fuji from a distance. You can try out “U-KI-YO-E” or woodblock printing which depicted the daily life of the time, and make your masterwork there by following instructions at the museum.
You can actually compare the sceneries you’ve witnessed at the top of the Pass to the great masterpiece of Hiroshige Blue.
Please enjoy tea leaves picking and visit Ku-no-za-n To-sho-o-gu-u Shrine by ropeway, and Miho-no-Matsubara, registered as a part of Mt. Fuji's world heritage site, among others.
Admission Ticket to Hiroshige Museum 510 yen/person
Ropeway (RT) 1,100 yen/person
Set price including ropeway (RT), admissiion tickets to Toshogu Shrine and it’s museum is 1,750 yen/person
Tax fare: 6 hours, approximately 53,000 yen. (When decided, an estimate to be provided by taxi company.).
10:00 departing the port of Shimizu by taxi
10:30 Satta Pass (observation platform)
11:00 Hiroshige Museum
Please try out “U-KI-YO-E” or woodblock printing, depicting the daily life of the time, and make your masterpiece there, by following instructions. You can actually compare the sceneries you’ve witnessed not a long ago to the great masterpiece of the 19th century.
13:00-15:00 Kunozan Toshogu Shrine by ropeway
15:30 Miho no Matsubara
16:00 Back to the Port of Shimizu