This station is the 5th point from the base of the Mount Fuji and lies at 2305 meters above sea level. It attracts a lot of tourists as it is easily accessible by car. Many climbers start from this point, Mount Fuji 5th Station Yoshida Entrance, and take the
Snow Resort Yeti is the first ski resort to open in Japan each season due to the use of artificial snow.
Fuji Subaru Land is an activity theme park for humans and dogs. Visitors can even rent dogs, if they don't have one or bring their own.
Fuji Sengen Jinja is an important Shinto shrine at the northern foot of Mount Fuji.
Fuji Safari Park is an interactive zoo located South of Mt. Fuji. It is open from 9am-5pm from March 16 to September 30, 9am-4:30pm from October 1 to October 31, 10am-3:30 from November 1 to March 15.
A hotel and hot-spring baths near Yamanaka-ko offering nearby views of Mount Fuji. Same-day passes are available for the baths from 3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
The Narusawa Ice Cave is one of two natural lava caves at the foot of Mount Fuji.
Located at the Asagiri Plateau southwest of Mount Fuji, this park features an extensive selection of flowers, including begonias, fuchsias, and original hydrangeas. It houses 30 species of owls, penguins, emus, lorikeets, and a number of other feathered reside
Campsite Pica Fujiyoshida offers private bungalows with air conditioning and a terrace, a 15-minute drive from Fujisan Station. There are bicycle rentals and drinks vending machines on site, and free WiFi is available at the check
Located 12 km from Mount Fuji, Mt Fuji Traditional Farm House offers pet-friendly accommodation in Fujikawaguchiko. The property is 12 km from Shimobe Hot Spring and boasts views of the mountain. Free private parking is available
Overlooking Mount Fuji from the room, Subashiri Condominium Tannpopo is an apartment accommodation fitted with a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious dining area. Guests can play darts or watch DVDs on a flat-screen TV in the liv