Uncover traditional and sustainable ways of living
Suruga’s deep-rooted history of tea production and farming has yielded a culture steeped in traditional and sustainable lifestyles that have endured for generations. The area’s farmers are passionate about their quality tea products and are happy to share their traditions with visitors. Connect with local experts through hands-on farming activities, tea factory and field tours, tea ceremonies, traditional crafts workshops, and more. The Tea Museum is a great place to start to learn about Suruga’s tea history!
Washizu Green Tea Stencil Dye Fabric Workshop
Yoshida City and Koyama Castle Tower
Shitoro-Ware Hikoji Kiln
Sumata Gorge Area
Fujieda City Ceramic Art Center
Shimada Kimono Sanpo
Kawane Tea terrace Ochanoma
Sunpu no Kobo Takumishuku
Looking to craft the perfect Suruga trip? Follow our below guides to effectively navigate the rich landscape–from countryside adventures to urban outings. With our easy to follow access, accommodation and general information guides you can plan the logistics of your trip stress free, leaving more time to experience Suruga’s wonders!