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Cherry Blossoms of Ubuyagasaki 

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Area:Mt. Fuji/Fuji Five Lakes

Kawaguchiko Ohashi (big bridge) connects the northern shore and the southern shore of Lake Kawaguchiko. At the northern shore, there is Ubugasaki. This place is named after the legend of Konohana-sakuyahime, and the princess Konohanasakuyahime gave a birth right here. Nowadays, this spot is known as a noted place for cherry blossoms and as a photographing spot where the lake and the cherry blossoms and Mt.Fuji can be put together in one picture. Sakura, the Japanese name of Cherry blossom, is etymologically from Konohanasakuyahime. It would be understood that Ubugasaki became the famous place of cherry blossoms. The surface of the lake does not wave much, and if the weather is nice, you can take the photo of the inverted Mt.Fuji on the lake. If you have enough time, it is fun to climb up to the top of Ubugayasaki, or to see the scenery of rippling surface of the lake from the lakeside.
The best time to see: Mid-April

Location

Address

Kawaguchi/ Asagawa Fujikawaguchiko-machi Minamitsuru-gun

Transportation

Nearest I.C.

Chuo Expressway, Kawaguchiko IC

Nearest station

Fujikyuko Line, Kawaguchiko Station

Nearest highway bus stop

Kawaguchiko eki (Station)

Nearest bus stop

Ubugayasaki

Transportation details

By car: 15 minutes from Kawaguchiko IC, Chuo Expressway.
By bus: 11 minutes by a Sightseeing Bus (Lake Kawaguchiko Circuit). Get off at the Kozanteiubuya-mae stop.

Parking

Car

5cars

Notes

Free Parking/ It is in front of the Ubugayasaki bus stop

Facilities

Rest room 

Facilities List

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Contact

Name

Fujikawaguchiko Town Tourism Division

Telephone number

0555-72-3168

Fax number

0555-72-2817

Views

View of Mt. Fuji 

Links

Universal Design

Assistance dogs allowed 

This information is current as of September 6, 2016
The contents are subject to change without prior notification.
Please contact each facility, shop or tourist spot for further information.