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Have you ever been to Japan? The Tokyo Olympics will hold in this summer and many people may travel to Japan.
Today’s topis is Mount Fuji and nearby sightseeing spot.
I think you have heard of Mount Fuji. After all, they often have an image from overseas as a symbol of Japan. This is the highest mountain in Japan, at an altitude of 3776.12 m. The shape of the mountain is triangular and very beautiful, and many people from home and abroad visit.
In 2013, Mt. Fuji and its surrounding natural and historic buildings were registered as World Heritage Sites.
Since then, it has gained more attention, has become more attractive, has been improved for tourists, and more people have come to visit Mt. Fuji. As many as 20 million people visit each year.
There are plenty of places to enjoy, whether you are climbing in earnest or difficult to climb Mt. Fuji.
For example, up to the sixth station, you can climb by car and shop there. In addition, there are 24 other World Heritage-listed buildings and nature near Mt. Fuji, giving you access to a variety of places.
This time, I would like to introduce the recommended places.
-  Senso-Ji – Highlight Spot in Tokyo
- Izumo Taisha  Best Spot in Japan
- Koyasan  Best Travel spot in Japan
- Nikko Shrine (Tosyogu)  Highlight, Travel in Japan
- Shirakawa-Go  Best World Heritage in Japan
Climb Mt, Fuji
There are four trailhead
- Yoshida Trail （Popular）
- Subashiri Trail
- Gotenba Trail
- Fujinomiya Trail
Fuji has four mountain paths. The starting point changes for each mountain path.
Most tourists climb on the Yoshida Trail. You can climb here by car or sightseeing bus until the 5th station.
In addition, mountain roads are well maintained and there are many mountain huts, so even beginners can feel safe.
You can go up to the top 6 hours and down 4 hours.
And the up and down roads are different, so you can enjoy different scenery on the way back and forth.
However, there are many climbers on this trail, and traffic may become congested during the crowded season, so if you want to climb in the wilderness, we recommend that you climb on another course.
The second most popular trail. Here you can climb and get off at the highest point.
Roughly 5 hours to climb and 3 hours to descend to the top.
Up and down are the same road.
Of course, mountain climbers can also climb on two other courses.
[Mt, Fuji] Information
|Open||Early July to Early September|
|Address||Kitayama, Fujinomiya, Shizuoka 418-0112|
Lake Kawaguchi is one of the five lakes around Mt. Fuji and is also registered as a World Heritage Site.
Here, when the conditions are good, you can enjoy the scenery of Mt.Fuji on the lake and the beautiful nature called Diamond Fuji which can be seen only twice a year.
There are also pleasure boats, so please come and visit us.
|Address||Fujikawaguchiko, Minamitsuru District, Yamanashi|
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