How to enjoy Mt. Fuji on a rainy day
Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries!
I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 8 years.
For the people who are interested in and planning trip to Japan ,
I show you hidden local information which you have never seen and heard of through books and ordinary site!
You will find unexpected fun through my articles!
We went to a sightseeing spot at the foot of Mt.Fuji.
Unfortunately, we could not see Mt. Fuji, but there are other ways to enjoy it.
1: Arakurayama Sengen Shrine
It is famous for the view from the five-story pagoda.
We can see Mt.Fuji, and the view of Fujiyoshida City spreading out below the five-story pagoda .
It is very beautiful and stunning.
This shrine was built in 937 and is located on the fifth station of Mt.Fuji.
It is dedicated to the sister of Princess Hanasakuya, the deity of Mt.Fuji .
There is a beautiful shrine pavilion with a magnificent view below.
There is a place to take pictures of Tengu, the family members of the shrine, with our faces showing up.
3: Oshinohakkai Village
This World Heritage Site village is located northeast of Mt.Fuji.
It is a quiet village with eight ponds fed by spring water from Mt.Fuji.
There are houses with traditional thatched roofs stand side by side, creating the illusion of a back in time.
These are around the ponds in the center of the village,
The crystal clear water of the pond is said to be the result of 79 years purified of rainfall on Mt.Fuji.
Houtou is a local delicacy in the region at the foot of Mt. Fuji.
It is served in a miso broth with pumpkin, sliced pork, Chinese cabbage, and many other vegetables.
You can try these tree above on rainy day .
It is hard and very healthy food.
How do you like it?
You have fun even on a rainy day when you can’t see Mt.Fuji.
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!