Miho no Matsubara
Miho no Matsubara is one of the most beautiful scenic areas of the Miho Peninsula in the Shimizu ward of Shizuoka City. Featuring a seven kilometer long seashore lined with pine trees, Miho no Matsubara is the birthplace of the Hagoromo legend and one of the most performed Japanese Noh plays of all time. The story revolved around a fisherman and an angel who’s feather fell from heaven and landed on one of Miho no Matsubara’s pine trees.
But by far, one of the most famous parts of Miho no Matsubara is, without a doubt, it’s unique view of Mt. Fuji surrounded by dark sand beach and the ocean.