All Attractions

Attractions including all the main points of interest, tourist highlights and things to do in.

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    Kawaguchiko Museum of Art

    Kawaguchiko Museum of Art features a collection of paintings, block prints and photos of Mt Fuji. Kawaguchiko Museum of Art is sited on the edge of Lake Kawaguchiko and has fabulous views of the lake and Mt Fuji.

  • Kofu Castle

    Kofu Castle, also known as Maizuru Castle, is a hilltop style Japanese Castle in Kofu Yamanashi Prefecture. In 1583, after Toyotomi Hideyoshi unified Japan he ordered the construction of Kofu Castle. The construction of Kofu Castle was completed by Asano Nagamasa (Toyotomi’s brother-in-law) and Nagamasa’s son. After the Battle of Read more [...]

  • Fuji Sengen Shrine

    Fuji Sengen Shrine, formerly known as Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Jinja, is a Shinto Shrine dedicated to Mt Fuji, and historically the starting point for pilgrims climbing Mt Fuji. The main structure of Fuji Sengen Shrine was originally built in 788 and underwent reconstruction in the 17th century. The Fuji Read more [...]

  • Kawaguchi Sengen Shrine

    Kawaguchi Sengen Shrine was bulit in 865 to enshrine the Konohana Sakuyahime goddess. Today the shrine is famous for the Chingono mai (the children dance) during the Magomi matsuri festival (April 25th). Kawaguchi Sengen Shrine is near Kawaguchiko.

  • Oishi Park

    Oishi Park is one of the best spots to view Mt Fuji. The view from Oishi Park consists of Mt Fuji in the background, Kawaguchiko (Lake) in the mid ground and the lavender of Oishi Park in the foreground. The lavender blooms from the middle of June to the middle Read more [...]

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    Tenjo-Yama Park Mt Kachi Kachi Ropeway

    Tenjo-Yama Park Mt. Kachi Kachi Ropeway (officially know as Kawaguchiko Mt. Tenjo Ropeway) is an aerial lift that climbs from the edge of Kawaguchiko (Lake) to the observatory in Tenjo-Yama Park on Mt Kachi Kachi. The observatory provides views of Mt Fuji, Fujiyoshida, Fuji-Q Highland and the Aokigahara forest. The Read more [...]

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    Arakura Sengen Shrine

    Arakura Sengen Shrine includes the iconic Chureito Pagoda, which features in so many photographs with cherry blossom and Mt Fuji in the background. The Chureito Pagoda is a five story pagoda with bright crimson features that look outstanding against the white of the cherry blossom and the white of the Read more [...]

  • Fuji Chobo-no-yu Yurari

    Fuji Chobo-no-yu Yurari is the famous Onsen where you can enjoy views of Mt Fuji while soaking in a hot Japanese bath. Fuji Chobo-no-yu Yurari is near Kawaguchiko.