日本富士山協会 > Mt.Fuji Area Guide Map
Hana no Miyako Park
The admission price at Hana no Miyako Park gives you complete access, not only to the admission-free outdoor flower field but to admission-paid facilities as well. Includes ‘Furara’ (a year-round greenhouse) and the clearwater village.
|Address||1650, Yamanaka, Yamanakako Village|
|Open||From 16th of April to 15th of October: From 8:30 to 17:30 From 16th of October to 15th of April: From 9:00 to 16:30|
|Holiday||Every Tuesday from 1st of Dec. to 15th of March (except for the year-end and New Year holidays)|
Yamanakako Forest Park of Literature
A literary forest which sits amidst the natural stillness of Lake Yamanakako. Along the paths, which are dotted with stone slabs inscribed with haiku by poets and literary gures connected to Lake Yamanakako, are attractions such as the Soho Tokutomi Museum or the Yukio Mishima Museum, where handwritten manuscripts and other precious documents are on display.
|Address||506-296 Hirano, Yamanakako Village|
|Tel||0555-20-2655 (for both museum)|
|Open||From 10:00 to 16:30|
|Holiday||Every Monday (the following day if it's a national holiday), and the year-end and New Year holidays|
Oshino Hakkai Springs
Eight spring water ponds created by underground water of Mt. Fuji, which is designatedas one of 100 Best Natural Waters in Japan. These ponds, as the pilgrimage sites of Mt.Fuji worship, enshrining “Hachidai-Ryuo,” and all of eight ponds are registered asperiferal assets of the World Heritage Mt. Fuji.
A virtual theme park of trees and water! Enjoy the forest to its fullest by visiting The Fuji Yusui-no-sato Aquarium (Aquarium in the woods), which covers all fish from the ponds and rivers, the Forest Learning hall, where handcrafts can be made, or the grounds of Lawn Park.
|Address||3098-1 Shibokusa, Oshino Village|
|Tel||0555-84-7261 (Gakushukan) 0555-20-5135 (Aquarium)|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:00 (Gakushukan) From 9:30 to 17:00 (Aquarium|
Shikinomori Oshino Park
This park maintains both the Okada Koyo Photo Museum and the Koike Kunio Etegami (hand-drawn postcard) Museum. The works which introduced the iconic view of ‘Oshino Fuji’ to the world are on display at the Okada Koyo Photo Museum.
|Address||2838-1Shibokusa, Oshino Village|
|Open||From 10:00 to 17:00|
|Holiday||Every Tuesday (the following day if it's a national holiday), Open everyday from 1st of July to 31st of August|
Snow Resort on the northern face of Mt. Fuji, these classic ski slopes are attractive. There is a Kid’s area for playing sled as well. 90 minutes trip from Tokyo area. Please enjoy outdoor sports like mountain bikes in Summer.
|Address||8545-1 Fujisan, Narusawa Village|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:00|
Aokigahara Jukai Forest
The trees which have taken root atop the lava flows spewed forth from a former eruption range from 200 to 300 years and cover the region in an unbroken, primeval forest. A treasury for wild deer and birdlife as well.
Mt. Fuji 5th Station (Fuji Subaru Line)
Known as ‘the mirror of heaven and earth,’ 2305m above sea level, is Mt. Fuji Gogome (‘5th Station’). Sparkling at its feet are the beautiful scenic landscapes of Fuji Five Lakes, the Southern Alps, Yatsugatake and the Chichibu mountain range. Excellent food can be sampled in the cabin style restaurants and hotels.
Narusawa Hyoketsu (Ice cave)
This cavern was created by receding lava flows. During the winter, underground water from Mt. Fuji drops from the ceiling to form icicles and frozen pillars, creating a beautifully mysterious world of ice.
|Address||8533 Narusawa Village|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:00 (Varies with seasons)|
Narusawa Mt. Fuji Museum
State of the art technology reenvisions the world and Mt. Fuji of ancient times in this museum. Along the 1500m nature exploration trail, which circles the outside of the building, lava tree moulds and vegetation characteristic of Fujihokuroku can be seen.
|Address||8532-63 Narusawa Village|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:00|