Mt. Fuji Travel Guide

The contents of this area

Diamond Fuji at Mt. Ryugadake

Sakura, Mt.Fuji & Pagoda


Aokigahara Jukai

Fuji Sengen Shrine

Yoshida Himatsuri

Lk.Yamanaka Summarized

Aka Fuji

Oshino Hakkai

Mt. Tenjo

Summary of Lake Motosu

The Middle point of Mt Fuji

Narusawa Ice Cave

Fugaku Wind Cave

Lake Kawaguchi

Lk. Saiko Iyashi no Sato NENBA

Canoe at Lake Sai

Trekking at Mt. Odake

Sunset Beach Koyo Festa.

Mt Fuji from Koyodai

Lake Sai Summarized

Lake Kawaguchi Summarized

Mt. Myojin

Oshino Villeage

Saiko Bat Cave

Panorama Hilltop

Mt. Ohira Hiking Course

Mt. Ohira

Mt. Ryugadake

Trekking at Mt. Ryugadake

Momiji Tunnel

Lit-up for Momiji Tonnel

Mt. Misaka Kurodake Trekking

Arakurayama Sengen Park

Mt. Arakura

Fujiten Snow Resort

Mt. Odake

Lk. Kawaguchi Koyo

Sakura Festival at Lk.Kawaguchi

Kaneyama Falls

Mt. Hirao

Mt Mitsutouge

Ajisai at Mt Tenjo

Golden Shichifukujin Tour

Diamond Fuji at Motosuko Resort

Mt. Misaka Kurodake

Hahano Sirataki Falls

Funatsu Lava Cave of Tree

Koyo at Chureito

Kawaguchi Asama Shrine

Araya Yama Shrine

Otsuka Hill

Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine

Lake Shoji Summarized

Lake Kawaguchi Firework Festa

Koyo of lake Motosu

Lake Sai Forest Park of Wild Birds

Mt. Ishiwari

Kamisuzu Falls

Yamamiya Sengen Shrine

Omuro Sengen Shrine's Sakura

Sakura at Fuji View Hotel

Fuji Strolling Park

Yamanakako Village

Misaka Mt.Pass

Winter of Lk. Yamanaka

Taro Jiro Falls

Ishiwari Shrine

Mt. Fuji from Hahanosirataki

Sakura at Ubuyagasaki

Sakura at Lk. Kawaguchi

Sakura at Yagisaki Park

Kawaguchiko Herbs Festival

Yamanaka Suwa Shrine

Fujiyoshida History Museum

Saiko Ice-tree festival

Tawara Falls

Koyo of Lake Sai

Arakurayama Otana Falls

Sightseeing Guide:

Mount Fuji(富士山, Fujisan) is the highest mountain in Japan. It straddles just west of Tokyo, from where it can be seen on a clear day. Mount Fuji's exceptionally symmetrical cone is a well-known symbol of Japan and is frequently depicted in art and photographs, as well as visited by sightseers and climbers. Mount Fuji's posture is also used as the symbol for this website. The summit has been thought of sacred since ancient times and was forbidden to women until the Meiji Era. The most popular period for people to hike up Mt. Fuji is from July 1 to August 27, while huts and other facilities are operating. Buses to the fifth station start running on July 1.

Access to Mt. Fuji

By Car

Use Chuo Express Way to Kawaguchiko. Exit at Kawaguchiko.

By Train

Use JR Chuo Line to Otsuki. Change FujiQ Line to Fujisan Station.

Diamond Fuji at Mt. Ryugadake

Area Distribution : Yamanashi