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Fujisan Hongu Sengentaisha Shrine

Famous as the main shrine over 1,300 Sengen Shrines in Japan, this is the foremost shrine of the Suruga area. The whole of Mt. Fuji above the Eighth Stage makes up the precincts of this shrine. The Sengen-style architecture, in which a connecting heiden hall is found between the sanctuary (honden) and the worship hall (haiden), enshrines the goddess Konohana Sakuyahime no Mikoto. The main building was constructed by Tokugawa Ieyasu in the 17th century, and is a national important cultural property. The Kanda River flows from the Wakutama Pond located here, a Special Natural Treasure formed by the snowmelt springs of Mt. Fuji selected as one of the great waters of the Heisei period.

Basic Information

Name

Fujisan Hongu Sengentaisha Shrine

Postal Code

418-0067

Address

1-1 Miya-cho Fujinomiya City

Operation Information/Charges

8:30 - 18:00

Contact Information

Website

Fujisan Hongu Sengentaisha Shrine (External Link)

Parking

Parking

Available

Large Bus Parking

Not available

Remarks

Large-size cars5car  Small-size cars50car

Equipment and Service in Facilities

Pets

Not allowed

Toilet Facilities

Not allowed

Free Wi-Fi

Not available

Eating & Drinking

Not available

Transportation

If coming by the Tokai Shinkansen:

Shin-fuji Station
(Route) JR Fujinomiya station --> walk 10 min

If driving (Tomei Expressway):

Fuji IC
(Route) 30 min by car

Universal Design

  • Multi-purpose toilet

Location Map

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