Fujisan World Heritage Center (Old Fuji Visitor Center)

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Yamanashi prefecture newly established the South Hall as “Yamanashi Prefectural Fujisan World Heritage Center, which opened in June 2016. The center takes the lead in providing information on Fujisan’s outstanding universal value to many people visiting the World Heritage site Fujisan, and in preserving and managing the Site.North Hall (Fujisan Visitor Center Bldg.) The center is located at the entrance to Fuji Subaru Line and makes learning easy with the displays on the nature and culture of Mt.Fuji and the Fuji Five Lakes and provides a computer to search for information.A short story (10 minutes) titled ‘Fuji-san; Kokoro-no-Furusato’, plays on 12 large screens in Japanese, English and Chinese.The center also provides tourist information on the surrounding area and the prefecture. Please enjoy light meal at the observation restaurant and shopping at shops.

Venue Address

401-0301 6663-1 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minami-tsuru-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.

  • The Fujiyoshida area’s roadside rest and shopping area offers the visitor splendid views of Mount Fuji. The shop in the main building sells freshly harvested local highland fruits and vegetables, as well as locally brewed sake, ready-to-eat condiments, and souvenirs.

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