Fuji Omuro Sengen Shrine

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Mt. Fuji World Cultural Heritage Site Asset (Registered in June 2013)The Hongu shrine was built against a background of Mt. Fuji, and the Satomiya shrine was built against a background of Lake Kawaguchiko. You can view Mt. Fuji on a straight line extending from the Satomiya shrine and Otorii.

Venue Address

401-0310 3951 Katsuyama, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun

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Other Indoor Activities

  • Kawaguchi Asama Shrine is one of approximately 1,300 Asama shrines in Japan that enshrine the deity of volcanoes in general and Mount Fuji in particular. The shrine is part of the Mt. Fuji UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site.

  • Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Shrine is located amidst a dense old-growth forest, which denotes ties to the spirit world. The long, atmospheric approach to the main shrine is lined with mossy stone lanterns and shaded by tall cedar trees.

  • Mother’s White Waterfall is part of a small Shinto shrine of the same name located right next to the waters. For centuries, worshipers seeking to climb Mt. Fuji have purified themselves at this waterfall and prayed for safe journeys.

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