There is a bus service from JR Shizuoka Station to the Toro site. This is an area where you can polish your sensibilities with art galleries and museums.
Exhibits artifacts excavated from the Toro site. Seven hundred and seventy-five of the unearthed items are designated as important cultural properties. This is a museum where you can learn while having fun, such as experiencing rice cultivation.more
Keisuke Serizawa, a Shizuoka-born dyeing artist and living national treasure. The museum exhibits and preserves about 800 works by this "genius of color and pattern" and about 4,500 items from his global collection of crafts.more
A mansion built in the early Showa period (1926-1989) where Duncan J. McKenzie, a tea trader, and his wife lived. It is one of the few remaining pre-war Western-style buildings in the city.more
A shop based on the concept of "long life design". Dining with Shizuoka ingredients and shops handling sophisticated miscellaneous goods and furniture are provided.more