What could be more exhilarating than rollercoaster? Why, a rollercoaster with a breaktaking view of Mt. Fuji, of course!
One of the most enduring symbols of Japan, Mount Fuji is beloved by Japanese and visitors alike. And even if you don’t plan to climb the mountain itself, there are lots of scenic places to visit in the area, many with lovely views of Fujisan.
TOKYO (NARITA) TO Mount Fuji
Things to Do in Mount Fuji
A timeless symbol of Japan, Mt. Fuji is a majestic sight to behold, near or far, at any time of the year.
Formed by one of Mt. Fuji’s eruptions long ago, Narusawa is an enigmatic exploration into the bowels of Mt. Fuji.
With mysterious origins but generally believed to be from China, Hoto is a Yamanashi speciality dish with a long history tied to the area.
Built on the orders of Takeda Shingen himself, Kai Zenkoji Temple is home to the largest wooden structure in East Japan.
The Minami Alps National park is a dense cluster of some of Japan’s highest peaks, including Japan’s 2nd, 4th and 7th highest mountains (Kita-dake, Aino-dake and Akaishi-dake respectively).
This wide park that spans both Yamanashi and Nagano prefectures boasts lakes, white birch trees and alpine plants, all encompassing the Yatsugatake peaks at its center.