The 5th Station of Mt. Fuji is located on the side of Mt. Fuji. It is accessible by buses coming from various stations located at the foot of the mountain.
About Mt. Fuji
Mt. Fuji is 3776 m (12,388 ft) above sea level, which makes it the highest point in Japan.
Busses run all the way up to the 5th Station (Gogome), where there are four trailheads that lead to the summit of Mt. Fuji.There is no other mountain that is loved by Japanese as much as Mt. Fuji.
Is it because it is the most beautiful mountain in Japan?
Is it because of its stunning shape?
Surely it is because it has a place in the hearts of all Japanese. Mt. Fuji is a very important symbol for the Japanese.
Climbing Mt. Fuji
Climbing Mt. Fuji is becoming ever more popular these days.
Mt. Fuji’s popularity does not just lie within the borders of Japan; climbers from all over the world flock to Mount Fuji for the opportunity to scale its slopes.
Mountain climbing is open for two months, from July to August, and about 300,000 people climb Mt. Fuji during this period.
This is Japan's uniquely Japanese amusement park. There are loads of rides and attractions for all ages at Fuji-Q Highland, including Guinness World Record holding roller coasters.
Since olden times, Lake Yamanaka has been the place to escape Japan’s summer heat. There are many hotels and summer villas lining the waters of the lake and the natural beauty of the surrounding area will amaze you.
Located on the northern side of Mt. Fuji, Lake Kawaguchi is a popular destination for tourists seeking views of Mt. Fuji. There are also museums, shops and hot springs to visit and many fun activities, such as fishing and marine sports.