Visit Fujiyoshida -Official Fujiyoshida Travel Guide-
Seven Stunning Views of Mt. Fuji in a Row! Classic Course around Spots to View Mt. Fuji
This is a course distinctive to the foot of Mt. Fuji that goes around the mighty Mt. Fuji.
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Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】

A famous spot with spectacular views of Mt. Fuji, cherry blossoms and a five-story pagoda!
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
  • Arakurayama Sengen Park【Temporarily CLOSED】
【Arakurayama sengen Park is temporarily closed.】

This is one of the Top 100 Mt. Fuji Viewing Points in Kanto area, and the scenery of Mt. Fuji with Chureito Pagoda is famous.

"Mt. Fuji and Five-story Pagoda (Chureito) in Winter"
Mt. Fuji looks more overwhelming with snow on top. On a clear day in winter, the contrast of three colors of blue sky, white snow, and the red pagoda is fascinating.
The sun-lit Mt. Fuji shines in gold with autumn leaves. The autumn clouds are also characteristic in shapes, so this is the best season to photograph the clouds performing over Mt. Fuji.

"Viewing the Townscape of Fujiyoshida City with Mt. Fuji in the Background"
You will have an entire view of Mt. Fuji from Arakurayama Sengen Park. If you see the spectacle from here, you will agree to a catch line of Fujiyoshida City "Mt. Fuji is always here."
Approx. 6 min by car
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Fujimi Kotoku Park

A famous spot where you can appreciate Mt. Fuji and nature through the four seasons with cherry blossoms, fresh greenery and fall leaves
  • Fujimi Kotoku Park
  • Fujimi Kotoku Park
  • Fujimi Kotoku Park
  • Fujimi Kotoku Park
  • Fujimi Kotoku Park
  • Fujimi Kotoku Park
  • Fujimi Kotoku Park
One of the Top 100 Mt. Fuji Viewing Points in Kanto area. In spring, Mt. Fuji can be enjoyed with someiyoshino blossoms, and in autumn, with colored maple leaves.
Approx. 5 min by car
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Shimoyoshida Honmachi Street

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  • Shimoyoshida Honmachi Street
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Approx. 4 min by car
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Kanadorii (Bronze torii gate)

An approx. 10-m high entrance to a sanctuary where the faith in Mt. Fuji remains strong
  • Kanadorii (Bronze torii gate)
  • Kanadorii (Bronze torii gate)
  • Kanadorii (Bronze torii gate)
  • Kanadorii (Bronze torii gate)
  • Kanadorii (Bronze torii gate)
Kana-dorii was built as a "gate" to invite Mt. Fuji worshippers, and as a "border" to divide earthly life from the spiritual world of Mt. Fuji. It was regarded a sacred object to make people who walk through it enter the world of belief. According to records, the torii gate was originally built in 1788, but natural hazards such as storms repeatedly broke the gate, so it was reconstructed many times. The present gate is built in 1957, and is loved as a landmark of Fujiyoshida City. The dimensions are 9.88m high, 7.9m wide (inside pillars), the width of the top beam is 13.4m, and the pillar diameter is 0.88m. The tablet on the torii reads "Fuji-san."
Approx. 9 min by car
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Lunch at Fujiyama Terrace

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  • Lunch at Fujiyama Terrace
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Approx. 7 min by car
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Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)

Perfect for a picnic! A spot where you can relax while looking at Mt. Fuji
  • Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)
  • Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)
  • Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)
  • Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)
  • Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)
  • Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)
  • Suwanomori Natural Park (Fuji Pines Park)
An oasis in a Japanese-red-pine forest of Suwanomori. Behind the forest stands grandiose Mt. Fuji.
Mt. Fuji viewed from this park at the altitude of about 900m is simply overwhelming.
Approx. 8 min by car
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Noson(farming village) Koen Park

A popular Mt. Fuji viewing spot where you can take in Mt. Fuji and the rural landscape
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
  • Noson(farming village) Koen Park
A good spot to take photographs. You can take photos with a feeling of the season here, such as the ones with paddy fields (a symbol of spring) and Mt. Fuji altogether. Many photos which had entered Fujiyoshida City Photography Competition were shot here.
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