Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nenba (Healing Village)

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The Nenba district, standing on the shores of Lake Saiko, with the stunning Mt. Fuji as a backdrop, was once an area lined with thatched roof houses. Nowadays however, that image has all but disappeared. So, with the aim of reviving that traditional Japanese scene of a thatched roof village, Fujikawaguchiko-machi has restored approx. 20 thatched roof houses and created “Saiko Iyashino-Sato Nenba.” The village has a variety of facilities for everyone to enjoy. In each individual building, you can enjoy traditional craft making activities, museums and galleries, shopping of local products, and teatime or meals. Please feel free to inquire.

Venue Address

401-0332 2710 Saikonenba, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun

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    Lake Saiko

    Lake Saiko is the second smallest of the Fuji Five Lakes, though it is the second deepest with a maximum water depth of 71.7 meters. It is unusual compared to the other lakes in that it is surrounded by steep, wooded slopes on all sides.

  • 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.

  • All throughout Aokigahara Forest are underground caves formed by lava from the massive eruption of Mount Fuji in 864 CE. One of these is the Fugaku Wind Cave, which has an average internal temperature of 3°C and was historically used as a natural refrigerator.

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