around Mt.Fuji (English)

around Mt.Fuji

日本富士山協会 > Mt.Fuji Area Guide Map > Shizuoka


Mizu-to-Midori-no-Yashiro Park (Water and Green Park)

Get in touch with the natural scenery of Momosawa River at Shinsui Park. With the suspension bridge, biotope zone, cultivated lawns, and even a pond for splashing about, the park can enjoyed the whole day long.

Address Motonagakubo, Nagaizumi Town
Tel 055-989-5518(Nagaizumi Town Office Construction Management Division)

Saiko Iyashi-no-sato Nenba


This village community of thatched roof house embodies the nostalgic beauty of pastoral Japan. Lined up snugly, eave to eave, these buildings offer a wealth of fun activities, including traditional handicrafts, museum archives, restaurants and more.

Address 2710 Nenba, Saiko, Fujikawaguchiko Town
Tel 0555-20-4677
Open From April to November (Open everyday) : From 9:00 to 17:00 from December to March (Closed on every Wednesday) : From 9:30 to 16:30

Sightseeing Boat


Lake Yamanakako, Lake Kawaguchiko and Lake Motosu each offer their own uniquely special cruises. Enjoy a short, exciting trip across the water and breathe in the fresh,invigorating breeze. The view of Mt. Fuji from the lake’s surface is truly striking.

Address (Lake Kawaguchiko and Lake Motosuko)
Tel 0555-72-0029 (Lake Yamanakako) ,0555-72-0029

Benifuji-no-Yu Onsen


Both the separate men’s and women’s outdoor baths as well as the indoor baths provide an excellent view of Mt. Fuji, Onsen making this renowned spot perfect for watching the mountain as it is stained in the crimson rays of an early winter morning.

Address 865-776 Yamanaka, Yamanakako Village
Tel 0555-20-2700
Open From 10:00 to 21:00(Last admission at 20:30) Saturday, Sunday and National holidays from December to March/ From 6:00
Holiday Closed on every Tuesday (Open everyday during the summer season and on National holidays)

Ishiwari-no-Yu Onsen


Inside the structure, which makes excellent architectural use of chestnut, natural stones, and bamboo, are facilities complete with large public baths, outdoor baths, lower temperature baths, sleeping quarters, sauna, and more.

Address 1450 Hirano, Yamanakako Village
Tel 0555-20-3355
Open From 10:00 to 21:00 (Last admission at 20:30)
Holiday Closed on every Thursday (Open on National holidays and during summer seasons)

Fujikawaguchiko Onsen-kyo Area


Fujikawaguchiko is blessed with 4 di­erent hot springs, the Reiho Springs, the Tensui Springs, the Reisui Springs, and the Fuyo Springs, which provide their waters to the hotels and ryokans of the area.

Address Fujikawaguchiko Town

Fujiyama Onsen


Enjoy an unblemished view of Mt. Fuji, and all that the mountain offers to the five senses, in this purely traditional Japanese hot springs. The bicarbonate springs are especially renowned for their effect in beautifying the skin.

Address 4-1524 Shinnishihara, Fujiyoshida City
Tel 0555-22-1126
Open From 7:00 to 9:00 (Morning bath) and from 10:00 to 23:00 (Last admission at 22:00)
Holiday Open everyday

Fuji Chobo-no-Yu Yurari Onsen

富士眺望の湯 ゆらり

A hot springs next by the Michi-no-eki Narusawa(Roadside rest and shopping area). 16 different types of baths available, including outdoor hot spring with a frontal view of Mt. Fuji, a cave bath and so on.

Address 8532-5 Narusawa Village
Tel 0555-85-3126
Open From 10:00 to 22:00 (Last admission at 21:00)
Holiday Open everyday

Takekura Onsen Hot Spring


A healing dip in these springs surrounded by sleepy rural life is just what the doctor ordered. The dark red waters, rich in iron, are e­ective against anemia, among other things.

Address 13 Takekura, Mishima City
Tel 055-975-3433
Open From 9:00 to 19:00
Holiday Open everyday

U-TRIO Hot Spring


Enjoy the murmuring sounds of the Inakogawa River as you experience three different hot springs (large bath, open-air bath, and heated pool).

Address 1219 Inako, Fujimiya City
Tel 0544-66-0175
Open From 10:00 to 20:00
Holiday Closed on every Thursday (the following day if it is a national holiday)