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Numazu Port, Numazu

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Fish fans will be in their element at Numazu Port, a functioning commercial marina with bustling fish markets, seafood restaurants, and points of interest. Peruse an array of interesting aquatic species at the market, brought from fishing grounds far and wide for sale here. You'll also have an opportunity to climb to the top of the harbor's imposing tsunami gate, from which (on a clear day) you can see Mt. Fuji. Children may take an interest in the modest aquarium at the port, though it isn't very large. Put Numazu Port into our Numazu vacation trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • The restaurants here served v fresh seafood and we really enjoyed our lunch. We took a cruise out and you can see Mt Fuji on a clear day but we were not so fortunate so we only got to see a partial vi...  more »
  • We had a great time at Numazu Port. There are lots of restaurants, izkays, and shops. The shops range from vegetables, fist, dried fish, souvenirs, and more. There is a deep sea aquarium and a museum....  more »
  • Hubby discovered this place when he went out for a jog and was fascinated by the tidal wave gate - a huge piece of concrete that can be lowered in the case of a tsunami.  more »

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Where to stay in Numazu

Most accommodations of Numazu sit close to the main train station. Designed primarily for the comfort of business travelers from Tokyo, they consist of standard hotels, as well as some luxury options, primarily in high-rises overlooking some of the more active commercial areas in the city center. Many more visitors to the peninsula prefer to stay in the resort towns of Atami and Izunagaoka. Located close to hot springs, these cater more to international tourism, offering a wealth of restaurants, spas, entertainments, and places to stay.
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