Bustling with tourist, this quaint mountain lodge style station is the base for Fuji Five Lakes tourism.
※This tour departs from bus stand “4” at the bus rotary in front of the station.
Kawaguchiko Ohashi Bridge(Pass)
Completed in 1971, the Kawaguchiko-ohashi Bridge is 500m long with a 10m wide road.
There is a 2m sidewalk on either side of the bridge, making it a popular scenic route for strolling or jogging along the lake shore.
Lake Yamanakako Sightseeing boat“Swan Lake”(short course)
Cruise luxuriously along the quiet waters of Lake Yamanakako. The magnificient view of Mt.Fuji from the lake surface will surely move you.
The cruise ship called “Swan Lake”, was designed based on the concept of “floating Japan’s most beautiful swan on Lake Yamanakako, the lake at the bottom of Japan’s greatest mountain, Mt Fuji”. This cruise ship can be enjoyed by anyone from children to the elderly.
Yakmanakako Hana-no-miyako Park(Pass)
At Hana-no-Miyako Park, the flowers of each season are in full bloom.
You will be greeted by pansies, tulips, and poppies in the spring, sunflowers, zinnias, and marigolds in the summer, and cosmos in the fall.
Melt water from the snow on Mt.Fuji that has soaked into the surrounding lands led to the development of these 8 small ponds. They are considered a Japanese national natural monument.
Beautiful water continues to gush up here, which was a lake more than 1,000 years ago, and the water is selected as one of Japan’s best 100 waters.
Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Jinja-shrine
Sense the magnificience of Mt.Fuji at this shrine, where the Mt.Fuji climbing trail also begins. This shrine is also noted as a component parts of Fujisan World Cultural Heritage Site.
Let’s find a souvenir of Mt.Fuji at “Gateway Fujiyama”. There is also a cafeterria where you can take a break.
※Ticket holder’s Special Benefit：Softdrink applicable
for a purchase at cafeterria over ¥1,000 (incl.tax)
Opetration: April 22th - November 19th
※Saturdays, Sundays, Holidays