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Mt. Fuji 5th Station
552 Reviews
Observation Deck
Located halfway up the mountain, Mt. Fuji 5th Station is accessible from various bus stops at the foot of the mountain. Mount Fuji is divided into ten stages, or stations, from the base to the summit, with the 5th station being the last accessible station by bus. The rest of the climb must be done by foot, which usually takes several hours to the summit.
Lake Kawaguchi
409 Reviews
The most low-lying of the Fuji Five Lakes, Lake Kawaguchi offers a variety of nearby tourist facilities and hot spring hotels. Beautiful views of Mount Fuji can be found all around, and visitors can also choose to take a boat to experience its magnificence. In spring, cherry blossoms can be used as the foreground to Lake Kawaguchi and Mount Fuji, while in the autumn, maple trees lining the lake form a beautiful corridor of red leaves. The lakeside, decorated in beautiful reds and yellows, make Lake Kawaguchi even more appealing as the lake and red leaves form a truly spectacular and dizzying scene of interconnecting mountains and lake.
Oshino Hakkai
607 Reviews
Oshino Hakkai is a set of eight spring water ponds located in Oshino Village in Yamanashi prefecture. These eight ponds are fed by melted snow from Mount Fuji that filters down the mountain, resulting in crystal clear spring water. A variety of fish can be seen swimming in the ponds, and the surrounding flowers and trees set off against the beautiful and exquisite natural landscape. It is also a great place capture shots of the nearby Mount Fuji.
Mount Fuji
877 Reviews
Mount Fuji stands in central Honshu, straddling Shizuoka and Yamanashi Prefectures. There are express trains that can take you there from Tokyo and back. Regarded as a holy mountain by the Japanese, Mount Fuji has erupted multiple times in recorded history, most recently in 1707. It has been dormant since then. Today, the snowcapped peak of Mount Fuji has become one of Japan’s national symbols.

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