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We only came here because our coach tour couldn't access the road up to Station 5 after it was blocked by fallen trees thanks to Typhoon Trami. A pleasant hour of admiring the view and displays but no compensation for not going up the volcano.
Small footprint but overall a great interactive introduction to Fuji san. Loved the short English documentary and the displays. Nice gift shop and snack shop upstairs. Definitely a good place to start your tour or walk around or up My Fuji
I've been here twice. Enjoyed it both times. The building itself is interesting, designed as an inverted Mount Fuji which visitors climb via a long spiral ramp inside the building with high definition videos representing the view from higher and higher up Mount Fuji. There's...More
Our visit was part of a cruise ship tour we did when docked in Shimizu. It's an architecturally beautiful building. The design is excellent and a walkway leads to the top of the building and you are able to travel through the various projected landscapes...More
New, just opened December 23, 2017, the Mt. Fuji World Heritage Center, Shizuoka is actually in Fujinomiya, a short train ride from the Shizuoka Station to the Fujinomiya Station. It is a 7 minute walk (0.5 km) from the JR station on Highway 414. The...More
You are allow to enter for free if you have a student ID, the place give you an experience on how is it like to hike up Fuji. There is some historical stuffs related to it and geography information around the area. After you walk...More
We utilized our JR rail pass and traveled for about an hour in Shinkansen from Shinagawa to Shin-Fuji for a day trip, knowing that the weather condition would be fair to view the Mount Fuji. We selected a few parks within reasonable walking distance in...More
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You're going to love your trip! I went in January to both of those places and loved it. Okay, two things I learnt were that there are two types of free pass tickets available. You can get a two day bus pass that you can use... More
You're going to love your trip! I went in January to both of those places and loved it. Okay, two things I learnt were that there are two types of free pass tickets available. You can get a two day bus pass that you can use to get on / off many busses. You can go to all of the attractions around Lake Kawaguchiko and Lake Saito, then you can use it to go to Fujinomiya and see the attractions around there. Price is 2,500 for adults and 1,250 yen for kids. Google: fujisan-west side story
If you have an extra day I recomend checking out Hakone, you could get a combination ticket from Shinjuku station that will cover all your train travel, pirate ship rides on a huge lake, rope ways, and cable cars, and discounts for a lot of attractions. Amazing place!
Google: odakyu passes hakone
Hope this helps.