It is said that the Entsuji temple was first opened in 1265. And the temple was founded in 1470, then the temple was established in 1492. In Nov. 1766, there was a big fire that burned most of the villages around here. Because of the fire, the temple was also burnt except for the treasure room.
View from the Itchiku Kubota Art Museum at foliage season www.itchiku-museum.com Located near Lake Kawaguchi, with a panoramic view of Itchiku’s beloved Mount Fuji, the museum permanently showcases some of his artistic creations and invites visitors to discover the artist who created them.
Kawaguchiko Craft Park, located at the Lake Kawaguchiko area, is a craft center that offers 9 hands-on classes:: Glass beading : New stained glass crafting: Sandblasting: Gel candle making: Bottle art: Silver accessories making: Painting on pottery: Suncatcher making: Soba noodles making All of the classes are enjoyable.
Chuo Expreesway, Kawaguchiko IC. Nearest station. Fuji Kyuko Line, Kawaguchiko Station. Nearest highway bus stop: Kawaguchiko eki. Nearest bus stop: Kawaguchiko Orgel no Mori (Tour Retro Bus) Transportation details. 16 minutes by car from Kawaguchiko Station, Fuji Kyuko Line or 26 minutes by Kawaguchiko Area Tour Retro Bus.
Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center is located in an ideal spot surrounded by Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchiko. You can find many items here, including blueberry-related souvenirs and gifts. Among the most popular items are the hand-made blueberry jam and the blueberry soft ice cream.
In just three minutes, the ropeway climbs from Kawaguchiko-han Station at an altitude of 856m to Fujimidai Station at an altitude of 1,075m. Here, visitors can take in the panoramic view of Mt. Fuji down to its skirts where Lake Kawaguchi lies, which is known to be the most breathtaking in Japan.
Note about closing Days--The museum has temporary closing such as compensation closing for changing exhibit. (3times a year). --Inquiry required. About Events: The museum organizes concerts or autograph-signing sessions a couple of times a year.--Inquiry required.
Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park covers an area of 1227 square kilometres and is including Hakone, Fuji Five Lakes, Mt. Fuji, Izu Peninsula and the Izu Islands. Location Show map Lake Kawaguchi is located in the town Fujikawaguchiko in the southern part of Yamanashi Prefecture.
Ropeway "~ Kawaguchiko ~ Mt. Fuji panorama ropeway" official website which enjoy the magnificent view of Mt. Fuji and the view of Lake Kawaguchi. You can enjoy panoramic view from the base of Mt. Fuji from the mountaintop which became the stage of the tale of the tick.
Nagasaki Park is located alongside the lake at the first tunnel leading to Oku-Kawaguchik from the area of Kawaguchiko Museum of Art and Orgel-no-Mori Museum. This park is a little difficult to get, but it could be a secret photographing spot which you can take the picture of Mt.Fuji with its wide skirt and the cherry blossoms together.
Oike park I t is in the southern coast Oike district of Lake Kawaguchiko, and avenue lined with poplar trees is a beautiful park. There is a promenade between Oike Park parking lot and Kawaguchiko Ohashi bridge and can enjoy the walk of the waterside.
This fireworks display has a long history in Ichinoseki. Held on the opening day of the Ichinoseki Festival, the fireworks show scorches the evening sky. Held on the opening day of the Ichinoseki Festival, the fireworks show scorches the evening sky.
S outh side of Lake Kawaguchiko, a natural park nearby Fuji Omuro Sengen shrine, Yabusame (Japanese horseback archery) will be done in the spring. “Shikkogo” means “marsh” in Ainu. Land that follows from the park to the lake has been formed by lava that flowed from Mt. Fuji. Because it is similar to marsh, it was named “Shikkogo park”.
The museum is at the foot of majestic Mt.Fuji and faces a beautiful lake. It holds the permanent exhibition of a large collection of Mt.Fuji-related arts like paintings, prints, and photos. The special exhibition widely range in various fields like ancient art through contemporary art from within and without.
Tsutsuguchi shrine T here was the place where water flowed into the north side of this shrine, the lakefront of the Fuji Lake Hotel and swirled. It was called “Tsutsuguchi”, and there were accidents that the villagers who lived in this neighborhood was often swallowed here.