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About Shizuoka Tokaido Town Walker

The Tokaido road was fully developed in the Edo period (1603 – 1868) as the main route linking Kyoto (the de jure capital of Japan) to Edo (the de facto capital, modern day Tokyo). It flourished thanks to the constant flow of travelers, especially daimyo processions (feudal lords and their entourage, who were required to spend every other year living in Edo). Shizuoka City is the location of two mountain passes said to be difficult parts of the Tokaido road: Satta Pass and Utsunoya Pass. It is also the location of six post towns: Kanbara, Yui, Okitsu, Ejiri, Fuchu, and Mariko. Along with beautiful views of Mt. Fuji, unique traces of remnants and reminders of the Tokaido road, which was once beloved by many travelers, still remain here and there.




  • town_list Kambara-shuku Kambara-shuku
  • town_list Yui-shukuYui-shuku
  • town_list Satta PassSatta Pass
  • town_list Okitsu-shukuOkitsu-shuku
  • town_list Ejiri-shukuEjiri-shuku
  • town_list Fuchu-shukuFuchu-shuku
  • town_list Mariko-shukuMariko-shuku
  • town_list Utsunoya PassUtsunoya Pass
  • town_list Toro AreaToro Area
  • town_list Miho-no-Matsubara AreaMiho-no-Matsubara Area
  • town_list Nihondaira & Kunozan Toshogu Shrine AreaNihondaira & Kunozan Toshogu Shrine Area


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Here we introduce directions within Shizuoka City. You can travel around the city and enjoy the Tokaido by bus, taxi, rental bicycle, as well as on foot.
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