“Suruga Bay Ferry” to see Mt. Fuji from the sea
Written by aki
In the previous article, we stayed at Toi Onsen and decided to take the ferry the next day.
We went to Toi Port.There is a ferry service from this Toi Port to Shimizu Port.
Of course, you can also ride from Shimizu Port to Toi Port, and some people even ride back and forth.
The trip takes about 70 minutes and the fare is 2,000 yen for adults. The fare for children is 1,000 yen. Those who ride in a car will be charged this plus a car fee.
After buying tickets at the port and waiting, the ferry arrived!
Big and cool! The weather has been improving a bit, so this is going to be a very beautiful view.
I immediately boarded the ship. And since we were hungry, we immediately went to buy snacks!
I bought a coffee and a pastry called 223-yaki baked goods.
The 223-yaki pastry is filled with a dense layer of anko.
The “223” actually refers to the number of the prefectural road.Shizuoka Prefecture’s “Prefectural Route 223” is on the sea and connects Shimizu Port and Toi Port in Suruga Bay.
On this ferry, such “223” numbers are everywhere!
Well, about 5 minutes after the ferry departed, we immediately saw something!
This Suruga Bay ferry offers cruises with views of Mt. Fuji. With a large panorama spread out before your eyes, it is a very comfortable trip!
The view from the deck is pleasant with the breeze.
Of course, it is also fun to watch from inside the ship.
Fuji for most of the time from the time of departure. It’s not often that we have such a luxurious time!
Arrival at Shimizu Port. Fuji seen from here may have a little less snow.
A 70-minute boat trip spent with a view of majestic Mt. It was very pleasant!
After arriving at Shimizu Port, we took the bus to Shimizu Station. From there we went to Shizuoka Station and took the Shinkansen back home.
Shizuoka, with its hot springs, Mt. Fuji. Please take a trip to Shizuoka.