See And Play[Yamanashi]
Refre Fujiyoshida (Mt. Fuji Radar Dome Museum and others)
This area features a wealth of great facilities, including a roadside rest and shopping area, galleries, restaurants, and more. Learn about early meteorological practices at the Mt. Fuji Radar Dome!
|Address||1936-6 Araya, Fujiyoshida City (Mt. Fuji Radar Dome Museum)|
|Tel||0555-20-0223 / 0555-21-1225|
|Open||From 10:30 to 17:00 (Last admission at 16:30),9:00-19:00 (Roadside Station Fujiyoshida)|
|Holiday||Every Tuesday (the following day if it's a national holiday), Open every day in August (Road Station) / 9:00-19:00 (Roadside Station Fujiyoshida) 10:00-17:00 (snack corner)|
Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen-jinja Shrine
In the period of Emperor Suinin the enshrinement of the guardian volcano goddess, ‘Konohana Sakuya Hime,’ was begun by imperial edict. Important cultural properties on site include the main shrine, characteristic of the Momoyama period, the Nishimiya Shrine, and the Crown Prince Shrine, which was constructed by Takeda Shingen.
|Address||5558 Kamiyoshida, Fujiyoshida City|
Reopened after a large scale renovation in April 2015, the Fujisan Museum has been reborn, incorporating cutting-edge projection mapping technology to bring Mt. Fuji to life in a fun and innovative learning environment. Naturally full of information regarding Fujiyoshida City’s history, folk culture and industry, the museum also contains a wealth of content dedicated to Mt. Fuji’s multifaceted appeal including its spiritual significance and various associated deities.
|Address||2288-1 Kamiyoshida, Fujiyoshida City|
|Open||From 9:30 to 17:00 (Last admission at 16:30)|
|Holiday||Every Tuesday (the following day if it's a national holiday)|
This art museum features a variety of paintings of Mt. Fuji by well known artists of modern times. Inside the spacious interior of the museum museum goods shop and a café are also available.
|Address||5-5597-103, Shinnishihara, Fujiyoshida City|
|Open||Weekdays: From 10:00 to 17:30/ Saturday: From 10:00 to 20:30/ Sunday, National holidays, and Summer season: From 9:00 to 20:30|
With countless attractions of world-class caliber, this park is sure to offer new experiences to every visitor! It goes without saying but there are plenty of attractions geared especially towards family fun. Thomas Land and The Exciting Kingdom of Hamtaro are always big hits with the children.
|Address||5-6-1 Shinnishihara, Fujiyoshida City|
|Open||Varies with seasons|
|Holiday||Not fixed (Open everyday in March, August and September)|
The largest of the Fuji Five Lakes, with a direct view of Mt. Fuji. Elegant swans glide across the surface of the lake, where watersports such as wakeboarding,waterskiing and shing can all be enjoyed. You can even try Wakasagi (lake smelt) fishing from a domed boat.
Yamanakako Community Plaza Kirara
Offering an unbroken view of Mt.Fuji and the lake,“Yamanakako Community Plaza” is a comprehensive park for cultural exchange, featuring an artificially turfed soccer field, a tennis court, a multi-purpose athletic field complete with fixtures such as nighttime lighting, a hydrophilic flower garden featuring hands-on environmental learning, an outdoor stage, and more.
|Address||479-2 Hirano, Yamanakako Village|
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.