Registered as a World Heritage Site in 2013, this is the highest mountain in Japan.
This zoo has a view of Mt. Fuji. You can observe lions and bears at close range by feeding the animals from the Jungle Bus.
A shinto shrine enshrining Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan, worshiped by a large number of people.
The gateway to Mt. Fuji, this shrine lets you purify body and mind in an atmosphere both solemn and cooling (you might even get a chance to see Shinto ceremonies like festivals, benedictions, or weddings!)
The deepest and westernmost lake of the ”Fuji Five Lakes,” it is very clear where you can enjoy marine sports and camping.
80 minutes from Tokyo!Let's go to fun filled Kamui this winter!!
Lake Kawaguchiko is known for offering the one of the best views of the beautifully symmetrical Mount Fuji.
Lava caves created in 864 AD by a Mount Fuji eruption from its flank volcano, Nagao-san.
The Aokigahara Forest was formed by the volcanic eruption of Mt. Fuji about 1,200 years ago. There are guided walking tours in the great nature.
Lake Yamanakako is the largest and highest of the Fuji Five Lakes, and the closest one to Mount Fuji.
The 'Chibikko (kids) Island' and also the ski and snow board 'Junior Lessons' make this a popular resort for families!
This is a natural monument-designated wind cave surrounded by the Aokigahara Jukai Forest.
Lake Saiko is located at the center of the Fuji Five Lakes region. Fishing, camping and bird watching can be enjoyed in its vast natural environment.
It offers a wide variety of joy from thrill rides to theme parks that are popular among children. This is an amusement park that faces Mt. Fuji and is located in Yamanashi Prefecture.
This lake beautifully compliments Mount Fuji, a World Heritage Site. You can enjoy many leisure activities in the vast natural surroundings.
Shiraito Falls is named for its appearance that resembles myriads of hanging silk threads. It is Natural Treasure and was selected as one of Japan’s Top 100 Waterfalls.