Registered as a World Heritage Site in 2013, this is the highest mountain in Japan.
The Kirifuri-kogen Highlands is a plateau with an elevation of about 1,200 meters on the slopes of Mt. Akanagisan. Its scenery and leisure facilities make it a popular destination.
You can enjoy the nature of the mountain and the view it presents on a day trip from central Tokyo. You can indulge in a historical ambience at the mysterious temple. You can enjoy traditional tofu dish there.
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.
The Arahata Fuji Citizen's Forest is the first forest to have been designated as a citizen's forest. From the summit of Arahata Fuji, an artificial hill offers a grand view.
It takes five minutes to the mountain peak by ropeway. Near the top is the okumiya (rear shrine) of Hodosan Shrine, a small animal park and a Japanese allspice garden.
This is a continuous stretch of land from the forest, marsh, and mudflat to the sea that remains in its natural state.
One of the four metropolitan parks at Sayama hill. Enjoy walking in the thicket that stretches through the entire park.
Owakudani is filled with clouds of volcanic smoke and a sulfurous smell. Tasting the famous black eggs is a must.
It's an ideal place for beginner climbers and as a day trip. While slowly climbing the mountain, you can enjoy abundant nature throughout the year.
The Iroha-zaka Slopes refer to two mountain roads with a total of 48 hairpin turns. The roads are famous for their great views.