Ganso-Muro (Mountain lodge)

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Jikigyo-Miroku is the father of Fuji faith, Fuji-ko Chuko. Jikigyo-Miroku dedicated himself to giving relief to all the people, and he fasted and turned into mummy at the Eboshi-iwa-rock in 1733(Kyoho 18). At that time the rock chamber, the Mountain lodge of that time, which was situated nearby, is the Ganso-Muro. It has a deep relationship with the Mt.Fuji faith. The main service is the lodging. There is not rest-station service for non-lodging guest. Water, juice, hot coffee, cocoa, cup noodles, and portable ration are on sale. It is 3,250m above sea level and located at the 8th station of Mt.Fuji. It takes approximately 4-5 hours to the lodge from the 5th station, and it takes approximately 1 hour and half-2 hours to reach the summit from this point.(The photo is from Fujigoko dot TV:

Venue Address

403-0005 Yoshida Trail, Fujiyoshida City

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Other Indoor Activities

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

  • Viewing Mount Fuji on its own is splendid enough, but it is in relation to the surrounding mountains that one can begin to comprehend the sheer scale and size of Japan’s most iconic mountain. This observation deck offers that opportunity.

  • The Narusawa Ice Cave was formed around 1,150 years ago. Inside, some of the tunnel sections have a ceiling just 90 centimeters high, forcing visitors to crouch or crawl through. The cave is covered in ice all year, and the temperature inside averages about 3°C.

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