Surfing Shizuoka, the secret city of green tea

April 30, 2019 at 8:52 am by AdminREC | Posted in Travel

If talking about the green tea town Most people think of Uji. Kyoto Prefecture Or not, Sayama Saitama Prefecture But actually Shizuoka Prefecture is the third largest tea producer in Japan. Shizuoka city is not far from the capital city like Tokyo. For anyone who travels to Tokyo, you can travel to visit the tea plantations comforta.

Makinohara (牧之原市)


Makinohara is a green tea plantation located in the middle of Shizuoka Prefecture. 
And also a tea plantation with a long history of tea growing Here, tea was planted 
from the Meiji period (1868 - 1912). The tea tree grew along the Oi River. If visiting 
at Grinpia Makinohara, we can go to collect tea leaves and see the tea production process 
similar to going on a tea factory tour. During the harvest, the tea will be in April to 

Travel method: Take a train from Kakegawa Station to Kikugaea Station and take a 
taxi to Grinpia Makinokara (about 15 minutes).

Nihondaira (日本平)


Nihon Dai is also located in the heart of Shizuoka Prefecture as well. From the ranch 
overlooking the view of Mount Fuji Is a beautiful backdrop with a green tea plantation 
This place has grown tea from the Meiji period. And can harvest tea from April to October 
at Nihondaira Ocha Kaikan

How to travel: Take a bus from Shizuoka Station to Nihon Dai (about 50 minutes) and take 
a bus to Nihondaira Ocha Kaikan.

Kanaya (金谷町)



Kanaya Tea Plantation is located along the Oi River. Famous for tea festivals, which are 
held every 2 years, around the second week of April. The whole city will have drums, 
cruises and girls picking tea that marches to dance. Here there is the Ocha no Sato 
World Tea Museum for us to learn about tea history in Japan and the whole world. 
There are also restaurants and cafes selling food and beverages using local ingredients. 
Don't miss out on Matcha Popsicle!

How to travel: Starting at Shizuoka Station, change to the local Hamamatsu line 
and get off at Kanaya Station (about 31 minutes) and connect to the JR bus for 
about 5 minutes to Ocha no Sato.

Kawane (川根町)





Here may be a plan for visiting your dream tea plantation. If arriving here early in 
the morning We can touch the morning mist. In addition to mountain views that are suitable 
for tea growing The water from the Oi River is also a good water source for nourishing tea 
plantations for the best quality tea. Is another famous source and there are not many 
visitors to visit
How to travel: Travel by Oigawa line from Kanaya Station to Tanokuchi Station 
(approximately 57 minutes) and continue by taxi to Kawane-cho (5 minutes).

Who has the opportunity to travel to Tokyo? And want to try to experience Japanese tea 
plantations Traveling to Shizuoka with One Day Trip. Go to a tea plantation. Touch nature 
It is considered a good looking, not tease
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