All Japanese Shrines in Mount Fuji

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    Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine

    Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine is the oldest shrine around Mt Fuji. Takeda Shingen is worshiped in this shrine. Every April, the Spring festival called ‘Hana Matsuri’ (Flower Festival) is held at Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine, which features many stalls and attractions in the shrine on that day, providing a truly Read more [...]

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    Chureito Pagoda

    Chureito Pagoda appears in many iconic pictures featuring cherry blossom and Mt Fuji in the background. Chureito Pagoda is a five story pagoda with bright crimson features that contrast against the white of the cherry blossom and snow on Mt Fuji. Chureito Pagoda is built on a hilltop facing Mt Read more [...]

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    Gold Bishamonten Shrine

    Gold Bishamonten Shrine on the edge of Lake Kawaguchiko and next to the Kawaguchiko Museum of Art, is one of the Shichifukujin (Seven Lucky Gods) enshrined in Kawaguchiko area in recent times.

  • 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.

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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 [...]