A secluded garden, 2150m above sea level and 3km west of Komitake. See the face of majestic Mt. Fuji as it stretches to its peak, and the vast beauty of nature, from the garden esplanade.
Forest Adventure Fuji
Stroll through the very air of Fujikuroku forest 1100m above sea level at Forest Adventure Fuji. Open to all levels, from beginner to veteran. Experience the fun of outdoor sports in exciting Narusawa.
|Address||(Forest Adventure Fuji)8545 Narusawa Village|
Kawaguchiko Museum of Art
A collection of paintings, woodblocks, photographs and other artworks focusing on Mt. Fuji. A variety of works from masters such as Gen’ichiro Adachi and Okada Koyo, as well as younger artists, are on display. The observation lounge and gardens also offer a preeminent view of Mt. Fuji.
|Address||3170 Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchiko Town|
|Open||From April to November : From 9:30 to 17:00 (Last admission at 16:30), from December to March: From 9:30 to 16:30 (Last admission at 16:00)|
|Holiday||Every Tuesday, the day for changing the exhibition, the year-end|
Kawaguchiko Herb Hall
Herbs and goods are available inside, while on the second floor hands-on corner you can make your own pressed flower arrangement and wreaths. A stroll through the herb garden in back should not be missed.
|Address||6713-18 Funazu, Fujikawaguchiko Town|
|Open||From 9:00 to 18:00|
Tour of the Seven Gods of GoodFortune
Donated by comic storyteller Kimimaro Ayanokoji, these gold-cast ‘Seven Gods of Good Luck’ are scattered in seven locations north and south of Lake Kawaguchiko. A round trip to each deity to pray for its blessing is a popular activity.
|Address||0555-72-3168 (Tourism Division)|
Fuji Subaru Land
A theme park full of adorable dogs. They are waiting for playing and taking a walk with you. Please have a great time with them. You can bring your own beloved dog into the park!
|Address||6663-1 Kenmarubi, Funatsuaza, Fujikawaguchiko Town|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:00 (varies during winter season)|
|Holiday||Every Thursday (Open everyday GW, summer holidays, the year-end and the New Year holidays, and spring holidays)|
Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center
Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center located amidst Oishi Park. A popular activity is jam making using Lake Kawaguchiko blueberries, a local specialty. During the summer harvest you can even handpick your own berries.
|Address||2585 Oishi, Fujikawaguchiko Town|
|Open||From April to November : From 9:00 to 18:00 (till 17:00 for Jam making) and from December to March: From 9:30 to 17:30 (till 17:00 for Jam making)|
|Holiday||Friday (Open everyday from July to September) Please contact us for the year-end and New Year holidays|
Fugaku Fuketsu (Wind Cave)
Surrounded by the Aokigahara Jukai this wind tunnel cave maintains an average temperature of 3°, its walls enveloped in layers of ice, and is pleasantly cool, even in summer. The natural ice columns which form in the winter from the underground water of Mt Fuji as it drips from the ceiling are absolutely breathtaking.
|Address||2068-1Aokigahara, Saiko, Fujikawaguchiko Town|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:30 (Varies with seasons)|
Tenjoyama Park Mt.FUJI PANORAMIC ROPEWAY
The setting of the folktale, “Kachi-kachi Yama” (‘Fire Crackle Mountain’), Mt. Tenjo offers a huge panoramic view of Mt. Fuji, Lake Kawaguchiko, and the distant Southern Alps. From mid July to mid August hydrangea can also be admired from the promenade.
|Address||1163-1 Asakawa, Fujikawaguchiko Town|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:00 (varies with seasons)|
Saiko nature center (Kunimasu Museum, Saiko bat cave)
Saiko nature center is experience-based facility which can learn Saiko and neighboring nature. You can see Oncorhynchus Kawamurae was told to have become extinct in Kunimasu museum. And, There is Bat cave largest in Fujisanroku, with a total length of over 350m.
|Address||2068 Saiko, Fujikawaguchiko Town|
|Open||From 9:00 to 17:00|
|Holiday||Closed during 1st of December to 19th of March|