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Nearby sightseeing information

Amusement Spots

Fuji-Q Highland

Adjacent to Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko I.C.Eejanaika, Fujiyama, Dodonpa, Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear, and other thrill rides of Guinness World Record class await you at this amusement park on the northern foot of Mt. Fuji. Attractions like Thomas Land make it a suitable destination for both youngsters and family visitors. The ice skate rink is also popular during winter.

Kawaguchiko Monkey Show Theater

This full-fledged, all-weather theater presents monkey performances (sarumawashi) produced directly under Suo Sarumawashi no Kai (Suo Sarumawashi Association), the first designated Cultural Property of the kind.

Leisure Spots

Fuji Golf Course

Opened in 1935, this public golf course occupies a prime location overlooking the breathtaking view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Yamanaka. The highland’s cool air guarantees a comfortable experience even in summer. The delightful 18 courses fully utilize natural undulations on this flat landscape with short intervals.

Mt.Fuji Panoramic Ropeway

Mt.Fuji Panoramic Popeway, where the Tenjoyama Park is located, is where Osamu Dazai’s masterpiece Mt. Kachi Kachi came from. In tribute to the story, figures of the two protagonists, tanuki (raccoon dog) and rabbit, adorn gondolas and the viewing deck. The ropeway offers the breathtaking panorama of Lake Kawaguchi and the entire skyline of Mt. Fuji.

Narusawa Hyoketsu (lce Cave)

Visitors can tour around the mildly sloped horizontal cave. The wind cave holds historical value and is designated as a Cultural Property. The vertical ice cave is a wondrous work of nature. Explore this adventure world to your curious heart’s content!

Lake Yamanakako Pleasure Cruiser “Swan Lake”

Take a ride on this swan boat to seize the romantic “swan lake” moment! This graceful, swan-shaped cruiser makes a round trip of the lake.

Lake Kawaguchiko Pleasure Cruiser “En Soleill”

Ensoleille, French word for “a sunny place”, lives up to its name. Enjoy the classical exterior and spacious interior of the cruiser.

Lake Motosuko Pleasure Cruiser “Moguran”

The cruiser takes the shape of a cute yellow submarine. The cabin features windows through which passengers can see underwater to immerse in the atmosphere of a submarine ride.


Highland Resort Hotel & Spa

Located just a minute away from Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko I.C., the resort hotel boasts hot spring and spa amenities. In addition to guest rooms featuring the sweeping view of Mt. Fuji and nightscape of the amusement park, some rooms feature popular characters. The hotel with a restaurant offering seasonal delicacies is also an ideal accommodation for business travelers. Guests are treated to special discount on the park admission.

Hotel Mount Fuji

The resort hotel boasts a prime location on the top of Mt. Ode and commands the sweeping view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Yamanaka.Relax in one of the guestrooms decked with classical décor, savor the chef’s select ingredients at the restaurant, and dip in “Mantenboshi no Yu”, the hotel’s signature hot spring bath with open-air bathtub.

Highland Station Inn

Three minutes’ walk from Fuji-Q Highland Station.
A luxurious capsule hotel with an ideal location not only for amusement parks but also for sightseeing in the Mount Fuji area.

Fujisan Station Hotel

Just two-minute walk from the station, the conveniently located hotel is ideal choice for both business travelers and family guests visiting for leisure.

PICA Resort

Enjoy the outdoor life to your heart’s content in the sprawling nature at the foot of Mt. Fuji. Choices of stay range from tents and camping paos to cottages.

Art Museums & Museums

Fujiyama Museum

Multiple faces of Mt. Fuji, depicted by prominent modern and contemporary artists, await you here throughout the year. Works by both great masters of the past and emerging painters cover the walls, while the hall features a HD movie of the vast natural beauty of the area.

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum

Fully bedecked in the medieval European manor-house style, the graceful and lovely museum houses a flower & rose garden, a restaurant, shops, and a music box museum.

Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

The museum is dedicated to Itchiku Kubota, a prominent dye artist active throughout Showa and Heisei eras. Upholding “trinity of humans, nature and art” and “the center of new culture and art” as its themes, the facility was built to provide visitors with a moment of spiritual richness and peace.

Kawaguchiko Muse Museum

This small museum features works by Yuki Atae, a doll artist.

Yamanashi Gem Museum

The museum is the only museum in Japan specialized in gems. Over 3,000 items of 500 different gemstones are displayed in three phases: rough, cut, and jewelry finish.

Kawaguchiko Konohana Art Museum

Explore with your five senses the wonderland of Akiko Ikeda, a celebrated picture book artist, in this museum inspired by Tachiel Enit Museum in the imaginary town of Tachiel.


At this popular natural stone shop standing on the side of Lake Kawaguchi, visitors can enjoy natural stone and accessory shopping.

Lake Kwaguchi Kitahara Museum

This showroom features Teruhisa Kitahara’s extensive collection of tinplate toys.

Hot Springs

Fujiyama Onsen

This genuine Japanese-style bathhouse offers hot spring bathwater drawn from original source within the Fuji-Q Highland site along with a dynamic view of Mr. Fuji. The bathroom made of pure wood is one of the largest in Japan, and hydrogen carbonate spring with more than 20 efficacies is renowned especially for its beauty effect. Remove fatigues from your rims at the resting area overlooking Mt. Fuji. Female guests can indulge in the gorgeous ladies-exclusive floor perfected with reclining chairs and aesthetic services.


Fujisan World Heritage Center

This information providing facility was established as an activity base for tourists visiting Mt. Fuji and around Fuji Five Lakes.
Support in foreign languages is available.

Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center

The shop adjacent to Oishi Park on the side of Lake Kawaguchi offers original soaps, bath powders and other goods made from blueberries and lavenders.

Kawaguchiko Herb Hall

The shop offers all that is herb – visitors experience the diverse beauty of herbs and enjoy herb-crafting. In addition to the display of herb products, pot plants and seedlings of herbs are available for purchase.

Oishi Tsumugi (Silk) Traditional Workshop

In addition to goods made of Oishi-Tsumugi textiles, visitors can enjoy various works.

Fuji five lakes-area Dispatch center


Tsuru-area Dispatch center


Otsuki-area Dispatch center