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Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji, altitude 3,776m, extending for 35km (east - west) and 45km (north - south) is a volcano made by layers of basaltic lava and eruption ash. The last eruption was in 1707, and now the volcanic activity is ceased except for the slight heat at the peak and the part of the slope. In Shizuoka Prefecture, you can easily drive to the 5th station of Fujinomiya climbing route, and go down the slope of sand via Gotemba and Subashiri routes. You can see Boso Peninsula, the Fuji Five Lakes, Mt. Yatsu, the North and South Alps, Izu Peninsula and the Izu Seven Islands from the peak.

Basic Information

Name

Mt. Fuji

Address

Fuji City

Parking

Parking

Available

Large Bus Parking

Available

Equipment and Service in Facilities

Pets

Not allowed

Toilet Facilities

Not allowed

Free Wi-Fi

Not available

Eating & Drinking

Available

Transportation

If coming by the Tokai Shinkansen:

Shin-fuji Station
(Route) 90 min. by car

If driving (Tomei Expressway):

Fuji IC
(Route) 60 min. by car

Location Map

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List of nearby spots

 

 

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