<Visit Miho-no-Matsubara” to catch a look of the world-class beautiful scenery of Suruga Bay, pine-tree forest and Mt. Fuji!>
A story has been handed down from generation to generation. The story is about an Angel (called “Tennyo” heavenly maiden) that had come down from heaven to see the scenery.
Miho-no-Matsubara is one of the so-called “new top three sights in Japan”.
Since centuries ago, people in Japan have created poems, songs, and pictures for the beautiful sight as an icon of Japanese culture.
提供: 静岡県観光協会/Shizuoka Tourism Bureau 三保の松原/Miho-no-Matsubara
In the corner of the scenery, there is a pine tree that is believed to be described in the legendary story of the angel.
A stage of Noh (Japanese traditional performance) titled “Miho-no Hagoromo” is performed in front of the pine tree in October every year.
As sacred spots, Miho shrine and “Kamino-Michi(A road of the god)” are popular and they are located around Miho-no-Matsubara as well.
It is counted as one of the assets of a world heritage site, “Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration”.
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Shizuoka Prefectural Civil Engineering Office
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About 30 mins by car from Shimizu IC of Tomei Expressway.
[By Train, Bus, And Walk]
JR Shimizu Station
Shizutetsu Bus Miho-Yamanote Line Stop At “Miho-Matsubara Iriguchi”