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Mount Fuji

Registered World Heritage Site and beautiful mountain

About Mount Fuji

Things to do in Mount Fuji

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Where to eat in Mount Fuji

Les Rêves Salon de Thé

Les Rêves Salon de Thé

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At Les Reves Salon de The you can enjoy afternoon tea and amazing pastries in a French theater atmosphere with views of Mount Fuji...

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Places to stay in Mount Fuji


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Fuji-Q Highland

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Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park that offers plenty of rides - and a breathtaking view of Mount Fuji on a clear day.

Oshino Ninja Village

Oshino Ninja Village


In Yamanashi prefecture lies Oshino Ninja Village (Oshino Shinobi-no-sato), a place where you can experience all things ninja.

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About Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and is 3776m above sea level. Mt.Fuji is also known as a World Heritage Site. More than 200,000 people climb to the top of Mt.Fuji every year, over 30% coming from overseas. Mt.Fuji is a mountain where people around the world gather and can be friendly.

Ten of millions of years ago, when the archipelago of Japan was separated from continent, Fossa Magna was formed. After that, Mikasa Sanchi was formed. Hundred of thousands of years ago, Komitake was formed by volcanic eruption. Tens of thousands of years ago Kofuji volcano eruption covered the Komitake volcano. Over 10,000 years ago, Shinfuji volcano was active for a long time, and erupted several times to create modern day Mt. Fuji. The most recent record of eruption is that of Hoei Zan in 1707.