Mt. Fuji, and Kawaguchi Lake.

Mt. Fuji, and Kawaguchi Lake.

Mt. Fuji is an active volcano about 100 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. Commonly called "Fuji-san" it's the country's tallest peak, at 3,776
meters. A pilgrimage site for centuries, it's considered one of Japan's 3 sacred mountains. It's iconic profile is also the subject of
numerous works of art.

The Fuji Five Lake region lies at the northern base of Mount Fuji about 1000 meters above sea level around the lakes of Kawaguchiko,
Saiko, Yamanakako, Shojiko and Motosuko. It is one of the prime posistions to get the best view of Mount Fuji from a short distance.
It is also a fantastic base to start climbing the mountain. These

Fujigoko is a lake resort area, where hiking, camping, fishing and snow sports are among the popular outdoor activities that can be enjoyed. There are also plenty of hot springs and museums found in the area, along with Fuji Q Highland, one of Japan's most popular amusement parks which includes it's record breaking roller coasters.
Japan's highest and most famous peak is the natural draw of the Fuji Five Lakes (富士五湖) region, but even if you don't intend to climb
Fuji-san, it's still worth coming to enjoy the visual and natural delights around the volcano's northern foothills; the five lakes here act as natural reflecting pools for the mountain's perfect cone.

Among the lakes, Lake Kawaguchiko is the easiest to access and offers the most things to see and do for foreign visitors. The other four lakes are less developed than Lake Kawaguchiko and are not as easy to access by public transportation.

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 July 14, 2018  1 comment

One Reply to “Mt. Fuji, and Kawaguchi Lake.”

  1. Huong Tran says:

    My family have 6 adult and 6 children: 2 are 3 years old, 1 is 6 year old, and 3 left 9, 10 and 12 year old. So can we rent a 9 seats car? And how much money for 1 day to Mt Fuji also?
    Thanks you!

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