The Genpei is a little stream right in the middle of Mishima city made of the springwater of Mount Fuji. It's shallow, clear and cold so children often play in it. Some Japanese killifish (めだか), minnow (ハヤ), crabs (沢ガニ), pond snails (タニシ) and fireflies(蛍) inhabit the stream. The city has restored parts of its waterways with stepping stones, waterwheels, little models and other such stuff to try and evoke a nostalgic feel.
This shop sells many different kinds of delicious Japanese sweets. One option is ''Fujisanchō'' (富士山頂), a custard-filled cake shaped like Mount Fuji. Try this delicious option, or try others to find your favorite!
This garden dates from the Meiji era (1868-1912), and contains a lake "fed" by meltwater from Mt. Fuji. In the same area, there is also a small amusement park, a small zoo, and a city museum.
This shrine dates its history from the Nara Period (710-794), and became famous when Minamoto no Yoritomo became shogun during the Kamakura Period (1185-1333) and rebuilt the shrine.
A 12-storey business hotel that features a hot spa (onsen) and open bath (rotenburo) on the top floor with views to Mount Fuji.
A convenient business hotel near the station. Wireless Internet access and Japanese-style rooms are available.
Rates are reasonable yet they care about the quality of the interior.