Mount Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan at an altitude of 3,776m, has a symbolic appearance and a vast nature that is hard to replace anywhere in Japan, and there are many excellent viewing spots around it where you can enjoy a wide variety of Mount Fuji.
1.Shinkurayama Asama Park
Shinkurayama Asama Park in Fujiyoshida City is one of the most popular spots for foreign tourists.
During the cherry blossom season in spring, the pink cherry blossoms and brightly colored five-story pagoda with Mount Fuji as the backdrop are full of Japanese style and make for many beautiful photos. Shinkura Fuji Asama Shrine near Shinkurayama Asama Park is also a well-known spot for Mt.
2. Oishi Park
If you want to enjoy Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi together, we recommend Oishi Park, where there are more than 90 kinds of flowers, and a 350-meter-long flower walkway where you can walk while looking at Mount Fuji.
The Lake Kawaguchi Herb Festival is held in June every year, and about 100,000 lavender plants add color to the backdrop of Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi.
The Lake Kawaguchiko Natural Life Museum sells products made from Lake Kawaguchiko, such as homemade blueberry jam, which is particularly popular.
Fujimotoshu Resort is most famous for the Fuji Shibazakura Festival, which takes place from late April to May, where a sea of Shibazakura blossoms and Mount Fuji create a dream-like scenery.
You can also enjoy various types of flowers such as the European lotus, forsythia, and mountain azalea, making it a very popular Mt.
4. Hanazono Park
Located on the shore of Lake Yamanaka, Hanazono Park is a free attraction with a 300,000 square meter carpet of colorful flowers that add color to the backdrop of Mount Fuji.
Tulips in spring, sunflowers in summer, Persian oranges in autumn, etc. The official website is always updated with information on the blooming status of the park, so it is recommended that you go there to check before visiting.
In addition to the flower fields and farmland, there is also a theme park where parents and children can play with water.
Fujiyoshida, a roadside rest stop on the front side of Mount Fuji, is not just a rest stop, but a place where many people come to see Mount Fuji.
In addition to selling fresh local vegetables at affordable prices, there are also limited dishes that can only be eaten here, and even free underground water from Mount Fuji, which attracts many people from the Tokyo metropolitan area. The Mt. Fuji Radar Dome in the rest stop area offers an unobstructed view of the entire Mt.
6. Irikawa Maple Leaf Corridor
The most famous Fuji foliage spot around Lake Kawaguchi is the Irikawa Maple Leaf Corridor. Every year in November, 60 towering maple trees turn red and look very beautiful with Mt.