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Mt. Fuji World Heritage Centre, Shizuoka

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Mt. Fuji World Heritage Centre, Shizuoka

85 Reviews
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5-12 Miyacho, Fujinomiya 418-0067 Shizuoka Prefecture
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Private Tour: Chartered Car to Mt. Fuji Lake Kawaguchiko or Hakone and Lake Ashi

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See the famous sights around Tokyo on this private tour, which saves you time figuring out public transportation or worrying about navigation. It’s an ideal trip for those looking for a break from the city’s hustle and bustle. There’s so much to see in the area, and this flexible tour takes you straight to what interests you most. Simply choose between visiting Mt. Fuji or Hakone and let your guide lead the way.
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Jeremy B wrote a review Dec 2019
Brisbane, Australia20 contributions4 helpful votes
If you have come to Fujinomiya, then the Mount Fuji World Heritage Centre is a must: you’ll get to see and learn a lot about the volcano dominating the skyline just outside. Once you get to the to, the view is spectacular.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Mollymoon_26 wrote a review Sep 2019
Bangkok1,260 contributions119 helpful votes
When modern architecture meet nature. Stun architecture reflects in front pond. Exhibition relates beleive and story about Mt. Fuji. There is observation deck, which is modern white room and the backgroud is Mt.Fuji. by the way, better check weather before visit, cause you may not see Mt. Fuji. Staffs are very friendly and communicate english quite well.
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Date of experience: September 2019
H L wrote a review Apr 2019
Melbourne, Australia1,904 contributions196 helpful votes
The Centre was no more than a 10 minute walk from the Fujisan Honguu Sengen Taisha Shrine. My friends told me the centre is about 2 years old and designed by the architect Shigeru Ban, the exterior timber of the lattice work is from Mt. Fuji. On closer inspection, the quality of timber work was amazing. The surface of the large shallow pond would reflect the inverted cone of the timber work and represent Mt.Fuji. We were not able to see that as the wind was causing a lot of ripples on the water surface. The 300 Yen Admission was a small fee. We were given an English Version of a small brochure with the fee payment. Then we start the easy climb up the inside spiral walk with gaint curve video screens on the side that is supposed to simulate the climb up the various levels of Mt. Fuji to the summit at the end of the walk. This walk was colorful, and informative of the vegetation, environment and condition as one climbs the mountain. The balcony at the top of the building gave a great view of Mt.Fuji. We also attended a 10 minute video in the small cinema, the video featured no dialogue and Mt.Fuji passing through the four seasons.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Lyn W wrote a review Mar 2019
61 contributions9 helpful votes
The architecture of this building in relation to Mt Fuji is amazing. You enter and walk up a spiral walkway which as your ascend shows you the vies and conditions you would get and see if you were climbing Mt Fuji. An amazing concept, full credit to the architect. Then at the top if it is a fine day you get an incredible view of Mt Fuji. Definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2019
Dilip P wrote a review Feb 2019
Vadodara, India698 contributions113 helpful votes
It is a good location to view Mount Fuji on a clear day. After a long bus ride it was aslo a good place to rest a bit and have some refreshments. You can also see a short documentary film
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Date of experience: April 2018
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