Miho-no-Matsubara was registered as a part of Mt. Fuji's world heritage site impart because of its pine tree forest growing along the Miho-no-Matsubara 7 kilometer beach. The pine forest, the ocean contrasted with Mt. Fuji has been expressed through various drawings such as Hiroshige Utagawa ukiyoe woodblock prints. Miho Shrine is part of the UNESCO World Heritage which is also popular as a power spot, as well as the "Kami no Michi “God's Road" all have significant historical value.