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Satta-toge Pass

Yuinishikurasawa, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka 421-3101, Shizuoka Prefecture
+81 54-221-1021
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breathtaking view of Mt Fuji

On our way back to Tokyo, we asked a very helpful Train Station Staff about a very attractive... read more

Reviewed April 16, 2017
Cecille C
Great view

Did some research before visit satta Toge , finally we decided to go by Okitsu station , it was a... read more

Reviewed May 2, 2016
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Apr 16, 2017
“breathtaking view of Mt Fuji”
May 2, 2016
“Great view”
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Yuinishikurasawa, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka 421-3101, Shizuoka Prefecture
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+81 54-221-1021
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Reviewed April 16, 2017

On our way back to Tokyo, we asked a very helpful Train Station Staff about a very attractive poster of Mt Fuji at the background and lake/bay and hill with red wooden road barriers. He gave us directions on how to reach that place. After...More

1  Thank Cecille C
Reviewed May 2, 2016 via mobile

Did some research before visit satta Toge , finally we decided to go by Okitsu station , it was a mistake, you will never find satta toge pass if you do not have map or wifi router . There is no signboard direction to the...More

2  Thank skyThomson
Reviewed February 22, 2016

It's really amazing view to Mt Fuji from here...it's quite a walk, but it's worth it:) I would suggest to have a map, it's difficult to find it.

2  Thank Izabela S
Reviewed February 12, 2016 via mobile

We were blessed with great weather and a vivid Fujisan on our day of visit. It was near noon time. We drove there and the paths were rather steep and narrow. Be careful when driving there. Many mikans(oranges) were seen in harvest at the vicnity....More

1  Thank yagiza
Reviewed January 11, 2016

You can either drive up there or take off JR train at Yui Station and hike there. You will enjoy a great view of Mt. Fuji. There are some historical houses and museum on your way too. FYI, Mt. Fuji looks more beautiful in winter...More

2  Thank Sara O
Reviewed January 1, 2016

We drove by this pass 6 times in the past 2 years, yet even during winter time, we still could not see Mount Fuji. You really have to be in extremely good luck to see the view in all those nice photos.

1  Thank travelmomVancouver
Reviewed July 27, 2015

Satta-toge is old Tokaido, located between Yui-syuku and Okitsu-syuku. It is very good view point, you can see Mt.Fuji, Suruga-gulf, Tomei-highway, Route #1 at once. From Yui-syuku, you go west, and turn right for old Tokaido. You will arrive [Ichiriduka(Milestone of Tokaido)], that is entrance...More

3  Thank BACIXXX
Reviewed January 30, 2010

Have you ever seen the photo of Mt. Fuji from a hill overlooking the narrow coastal area that has busy traffic of modern turnpikes ,railroad line and with views of tangerine trees on the mountainside? This view from Sattatoge Pass is often picked as the...More

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skyThomson
November 10, 2015|
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Response from Robert H |
Yes, but I'd suggest walking from Okitsu Station (one stop from Yui) and ending at Yui Station. It's a little more difficult to find the entrance to the trail, but you will have Mt. Fuji in front of you the entire time. If... More
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