- 0.1 Mt.Fuji, 5storied pagoda with Wagasa ( Japanese parasol),Lake Kawaguchiko,ice cave, suicide forest, Shiraito waterfall, Fujinomiya shrine UNESCO World Heritage Site!!
- 0.2 Arakurayama Sengen Shrine
- 0.3 Honcho Street
- 0.4 Oishi Park, Lake Kawaguchiko
- 0.5 The first autumn leaves!
- 0.6 Narusawa Ice Cave
- 0.7 Suicide forest
- 0.8 Mt.Fuji view on the way to the lunch
- 0.9 Lunch
- 0.10 Shiraito waterfall
- 0.11 Fujinomiya sengen shrine
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Mt.Fuji, 5storied pagoda with Wagasa ( Japanese parasol),Lake Kawaguchiko,ice cave, suicide forest, Shiraito waterfall, Fujinomiya shrine UNESCO World Heritage Site!!
Hi I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 26 countries!
I’m a National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter of English for 10 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!
Our destinations were below!
Arakurayama Sengen Shrine
It’s founded 705.
Deity is Mt.Fuji.
Mt.Fuji and the five-story pagoda can be photographed together.
Honcho Street in Fujiyoshida City is an Instagram-worthy place where you can take close-ups of the retro shopping street and Mt.Fuji together!
It is suddenly becoming very popular these days.
Oishi Park, Lake Kawaguchiko
This is a place where you can take pictures of Lake Kawaguchiko and Mt.Fuji.
There are shops and you can buy fruits, ice cream and drinks.
The first autumn leaves!
There is a flower garden in Oishi Park.
We took photos of first autumn leaves there!
Narusawa Ice Cave
There are many caves at the foot of Mt.Fuji.
Narusawa Ice Cave has several meters of ice all year round, and in the Edo period (1603-1867), the local lord of this area presented ice as a summer gift to the shogun of Edo (now Tokyo).
Our final destination was suicide forest.
It’s notorious as a’ suicide forest’ but surrounding nature is very beautiful!
The inside forest is quiet and peaceful.
It’s a bit eerie here though…
Mt.Fuji view on the way to the lunch
We could see beautiful Mt.Fuji west side view on the way to the restaurant.
We ate lunch at the local restaurant!
It’s 20m tall and 150m wide waterfall from Mt.Fuji.
There is no river up there, water is gashing out between the lava rocks !
Fujinomiya sengen shrine
It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The history is said it’s founded 2th century, the deity is Mt.Fuji.
We could see Mt.Fuji from the shrine this day!!
How was it ?
Why don’t you try next chance?
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!