- Hot spring
Fujiyama Hot Spring is a pure Japanese-style day-trip hot spring next to Fuji-Q Highland in Lake Kawaguchi, Yamanashi Prefecture. A natural hot spring blended with all hot springs, which are rare in Japan. A hot spring that is expected to have a beautiful skin effect.
An amusement park with the world’s best attractions as an amusement park at the foot of Fuji, and a theme park “Thomas Land” and “Lisa and Gaspard Town” in the park.
Thomas Land is the only outdoor theme park of Thomas the Tank Engine in Japan, located inside Fujikyu Highland Garden. The park has 11 types of attractions, as well as restaurants, cafés and shops, which can be enjoyed all day.
- Famous place
It is famous as a spot where you can take a picture of “Mt. Fuji”, “Sakura” and “five-storied pagoda” that symbolize Japan in one of the 100 views of Kanto Fujimi. It is a famous place overlooking Mt. Fuji.
- Famous place
Oshino Hakkai, a natural monument, is a spring pond that generates water from the underground water of Mt. Fuji. “Oshino Hakkai” was recognized as a part of the World Heritage Mt. Fuji.
Itchiku Kubota Art Museum
This is an art museum that has a permanent display of “Ichitake Tsuji is a flower work” constructed by Ichiku Kubota, a dyer of Tsujiga flower dyeing, which is regarded as one and only world view and beauty. 2009 Michelin tourist guide 3 stars.
Fujiten snow resort
From skiing and snowboarding, to little snow play, to junior ski slopes, there are a variety of courses that make this a ski resort for adults and children alike.
The “Kawaguchiko Lake Festival” is a fireworks festival held at Lake Kawaguchi on August 5 every year. You can enjoy colorful fireworks that dye the lake, such as oversized star mine, fireworks fired from Odama, directing fireworks, and musical star mine. There is also the eve.
The appeal of Mt. Fuji and the Fuji Five Lakes through cycling. The rich nature and the refreshing breeze on the lakeside make this a great cycling road.