You can get to Mariko from JR Shizuoka Station using a bus. The Izumigaya district is a fashionable and popular area!
A sweet shop that promotes the appeal of Shizuoka tea. In addition to fragrant green tea, you can enjoy a wide selection of Japanese black tea and herbal tea. Freshly baked dumplings are recommended as a tea drink. It is a place where you can relax and take a break without feeling self-conscious.more
This flower shop also carries rare Korean succulents. With a wide variety of cut flowers and potted plants, you can enjoy just looking around the store. Wreaths and dried flower arrangements with excellent taste are also recommended as gifts. They also have a wide selection of dried flowers. Flower lessons for kids and adults are held every month.more
This restaurant is filled with the owner-chef's wish to "get away from everyday life and spend a relaxing time with a delicious meal. The relaxed lunch with appetizers and homemade healthy desserts are very popular.more
With the concept of "a place that connects history and the future," this is a place where you can enjoy the wonderful techniques of Shizuoka craftspersons and vicarious experiences of them. At the "Bamboo and Dye", "Wood and Lacquer", and "Fire and Earth" workshops, you can experience Shizuoka crafts such as "Suruga kake sensuji-zaiku(bamboo crafts)", woodwork, lacquer, dyeing, and pottery. The café "HACHI & MITSU" offers a wide variety of drinks and sweets as well as authentic and delicious meals.more
The building was built in the Meiji period (1868-1912) and was owned by a master of the house, and has the atmosphere of a good family from the Edo period.more
Renovated from a 120-year-old farmhouse barn, the store is a modern space that resembles a museum. The store features many masterpieces by famous Scandinavian designers such as Hans J. Wegner and Finn Juhl.more