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Shizuoka, a place you'll suddenly want to visit

It's been a year since I started being conscious of living according to the calendar.
I've come to love Japanese culture more and more, and I feel like the days I spent there, which I previously spent without much thought, have become a little more comfortable than usual.
I'll talk about this story in the next column!
Now then. This is my second trip to Shizuoka.
I felt like I was being called so I went.
For me, it's a place where I can see something important that I usually forget.
Mount Fuji can be seen from Tokyo, but seeing Japan's greatest mountain from Shizuoka was something else.
Start your day by inhaling the power of nature into your body!
While you're here, why not say hello to "Osengensama" as well?
After visiting Sengen Shrine, we went to our favorite Shizuoka oden restaurant.
Loved by locals and tourists alike
It's truly a nostalgic place that makes you want to go back.
The beef tendon you'll definitely get here is delicious!
It was a heart-warming lunch.
There are several types of skewers, including scorched skewers and skewers of different shapes.
Finally, we count them and pay the bill.
At Sunpu Castle Park, a place of relaxation for local citizens, I went to Momijiyama Garden for the first time.
You can experience flowers of every season: cherry blossoms in spring, hydrangeas in summer, autumn leaves in fall, and camellias in winter.
Apparently firefly viewing events are also held in early summer.
I love the untouched nature you find overseas, but I also love well-maintained gardens that are beautiful and quiet.
As I enjoyed matcha green tea and nerikiri at the teahouse, I truly felt glad to be Japanese.
I want to live in a place like this when I become a grandmother.
The place that impressed me the most on this trip was Shizuoka Prefectural Gokoku Shrine.
In the spacious, deserted grounds, the only sounds that can be heard are the wind blowing and the rustling of leaves.
Take a deep breath. A deep breath goes in smoothly and reaches your heart.
I felt like I was enveloped in a mysterious atmosphere that I can't put into words.
As someone who normally enjoys visiting shrines, this encounter was truly memorable.
We want to touch people's hearts and make them want to treasure the things that are important to them.
I love trips that bring back memories like that.
STAFF: Asami
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