A scenic spot where you can enjoy viewing Mt. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, cherry blossoms, and a lake, all at the same time.
- Lake Kawaguchi
- Yamanashi Prefectural Maglev Exhibition Center
The facility that visitors can see, learn, and experience a maglev train, the next generation vehicle.
- Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park
Beautiful seasonal flowers bloom in this park with Mt. Fuji in the background.
- Takeda Jinja
A Jinja which enshrines a famous military commander Takeda Shingen and gives you luck of winning
- Shosenkyo Gorge
The scenic gorge designated as a national special place of scenic beauty.
- Oshino Hakkai
Part of the Mt. Fuji World Heritage Site. Eight ponds having crystal clear water.
- Nishizawa valley
A beautiful valley with many waterfalls made by clear water flows and surrounding nature
- Mount Fuji World Heritage Center
A science museum where you can learn about the nature, history and culture of Mt. Fuji. A great view from the observation deck!
- Mount Fuji
The highest mountain in Japan that is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Minobusan Kuon-ji
The head temple of "Nichiren shu," famous for its splendid halls and 400-year-old cherry blossoms.
- Lake Yamanakako
Biggest out of the five lakes of Mt. Fuji. Enjoy looking at upside-down Fuji and diamond Fuji.
- Lake Shojiko
Called "Switzerland of the east," this is the smallest out of the five lakes of Mt. Fuji and is known for the view of "child-holding Fuji".