Fujinomiya 5th Station

Go for the peak of Mount Fuji via this hiking route

Fujisan Hongū Sengen Taisha

Fujisan Hongū Sengen Taisha is the head shrine for the nation’s 1300 Sengen shrines. The head shrine’s grounds boast a huge area of 56198㎡ where you...

Climbing Mt. Fuji

Mount Fuji was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2013. Interest in Mount Fuji is rising as it was rated a three-star site in the Green Guide J...

Subashiri 5th Station

You can enjoy Mount Fuji and its beautiful scenery up close from Subashiri 5th Station with its easy bus access. There is also good access to the smal...

Ochudo Trail (Oniwa/Okuniwa)

This is a course that starts from Subaru Line 5th Station to the Osawa Collapse. A walking trail is available which is easy to traverse without too ma...

Gotemba 5th Station

The least used climbing route of all the routes going up Mount Fuji. The scenery tends to get somewhat monotonous, but there is a place where the sunr...

Fuji-Subaru Line 5th Station

This is the climbing route with the largest number of users. It is recommended for first time climbers of Mt. Fuji because of its mountain huts and le...

Fujisan Komitake Shrine

Fujisan Komitake Shrine is located at the 5th Station on the Subaru Line popular as the starting point for the climb up Mt. Fuji. Established in the y...

Snow Town Yeti

At Snow Town Yeti, people can enjoy winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding with the beautiful Mount Fuji in the background.

Shibazakura Festival (Moss Pink)

The Shibazakura Festival held annually from April to June is an event only held in the spring. You can walk among the 800,000 blossoms of shibazakura...

Fujiten Snow Resort

You can have fun skiing and snowboarding on the high quality snow at Fujiten Snow Resort. The resort is also the perfect spot to see Mt. Fuji up close...

Kuon-ji Temple

There are many highlights at this temple including one of Japan’s 3 great gates known as the Sanmon, the 287 stone steps, the ceiling painting in the...

Lake Motosuko

The view of Mount Fuji from Lake Motosuko is also well known since it is the design on the one thousand yen bill. You can enjoy the superb scenery and...

Fuji Chobo-no-Yu Yurari Onsen

This hot spring where you can get that superb view of Mt. Fuji located right in front of you from a panoramic bath and the Takami bath is very popular...

Lake Shojiko

One of the Fuji Five Lakes and part of the World Heritage site of Mount Fuji. Lake Shojiko is popular for being able to see the phenomenon “Kodaki Fuj...

Lake Yamanakako Pleasure Cruiser “Swan Lake”

Designed by industrial designer Eiji Mitooka, the Swan Lake is recommended for children and adults for cruises on this excursion ship shaped like a sw...

Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen- jinja Shrine

The main shrine, the eastern and western shrines have been designated as Important Cultural Properties with the interior of the main shrine having a g...

Lake Yamanakako

Lake Yamanaka is the largest lake of the Fuji Five Lakes and closest to Mount Fuji. Naturally, people come to enjoy the beauty of Mount Fuji. But, it...

Sakana Park

A park with the theme of water and woods. Inside the park, you can enjoy 2 facilities at once with the Mori-no-Gakushukan where you learn about nature...

Fujisan World Heritage Center

The nature, history, culture, tourism and other general information involving the World Heritage site of Mt. Fuji are provided at this facility. The m...

Fuji-Q Highland

Fuji Q Highland is an amusement park at the foot of the magnificent Mount Fuji. The roller coasters there have smashed several Guinness records. After...