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This place was a good place to wander round and enjoy the grounds which included a small lily pond, nice bronze statues
as well as buildings and shrines with historical significance. It would probably be best to experience when there are no large coach parties...More
We arrived early on a Saturday morning and there were not that many people. There is a carpark very closed to the main entrance and free parking for 30min. From the car park, there is a beautiful view of Mt Fuji.
From a design perspective,...More
This is one of the region's most famous and important shrines. Head of over thousands of Sengen and Asama shrines, it is also known to have a great view of Mt. Fuji. Unfortunately, we couldn't see Fuji when we visited the shrine, but it was...More
This temple complex is relatively small. It is pretty and has a crystal clear water lake fed by Mt Fuji.
We were out of luck when it comes to viewing Mt Fuji; the moutain was totally obscured; heavy clouds in the summer afternoon.
We decided to make a quick stop on our way from Tokyo to Kyoto to see Mt Fuji from close and take some pictures. We got recommended to spend some time at this Shrine as it combines a bit of everything. It is close to...More
Nice place but a bit far from the Fujinomiya station. You can see a fujisan from the shrine. There is a small food shops in front of the shrine and can take bus to go to Tanuki lake but you have to plan for the...More