遠州の小京都・森町

Surrounded by the natural scenery of mountains on three sides, with the pristine Ota River flowing serenely through a townscape dotted with old-fashioned buildings, there is something rustic and familiar about Mori-machi.
The town has many historical Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples, and the bugaku (traditional music and dances) and festivals passed down for ages are alive and well.
Visitors can enjoy the Moriyama pottery, delicious Japanese confections and Mori tea, and the riches of nature and agriculture. Hospitality here is both peaceful and relaxing.
This is the true face of "Mori-machi, Little Kyoto of Enshu".
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歴史・文化 We will visit areas where history has left a strong mark, including Okuni Shrine and Amenomiya Shrine which were built in the Heian Period (794 - 1185 A.D.). Read More
景観・山水 The view of the surrounding mountains and the Ota River is truly magnificent. Let's go find wild flowers in the four seasons. Read More
体験・見聞 You can feel the traditions and culture of Mori-machi by discovering the pottery, trying plant dyeing, and enjoying traditional dance and music. Read More
Mori-machi, Little Kyoto of Enshu - Development & Hospitality
Mori-machi, often called the "Little Kyoto of Enshu" is a town in Shuchi County, western Shizuoka Prefecture. The greenery of nature features beautiful cherry blossoms in the spring, colorful leaves in the autumn, and beautiful flowers blooming in every season. Read More

森町からのお知らせ

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静岡県森町観光協会 Morimachiyakubasangyoukanai, 2101-1,
Mori, Mori-machi Shuchi-gun, Shizuoka, 437-0215, Japan

0538-85-6316

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