Mount Fuji stands in central Honshu, straddling Shizuoka and Yamanashi Prefectures. There are express trains that can take you there from Tokyo and back. Regarded as a holy mountain by the Japanese, Mount Fuji has erupted multiple times in recorded history, most recently in 1707. It has been dormant since then. Today, the snowcapped peak of Mount Fuji has become one of Japan’s national symbols.
The Izu Peninsula is a popular tourist area in Japan. Its charm is in its hot springs, seafood, history, and natural beauty. Yushima Onsen is a famous bathing town in the area. Kawabata Yasunari wrote "The Izu Dancer" here. The Net Lotus Waterfall is a large waterfall on Izu, as magnificent as it is beautiful. The Kawazu Nanadaru Waterfall actually consists of seven waterfalls. From the upper stream, there are seven waterfalls, such as the Kettle, Shrimp, and Viper. It is a great place to hike.
Cherry Maruko Park is built in S-Pulse Dream Plaza in Shizuoka City. There is a long corridor filled with small balls and their family members. It is said that the characters in the comics are created by the author according to the real characters around them. Each person has a distinct personality. Then enter the brilliant real scene, a group of stereoscopic scenes are presented in front of you, there are small balls in the kitchen, grandfather and grandmother's room, living room and small meatball room, etc. The scene is as realistic as if you were in the story.