The best Mt. Fuji viewing spot in Kisawa Hakkei. Sometimes you can watch Diamond Fuji (sun shines brightly like a diamond when it comes on top of Mt. Fuji.) In...
Rustic Landscapes of Kisawa and Mount Fuji
Enjoy the changing of the seasons and a variety of beautiful mountain scenery, including Mount Fuji and nearby waterfalls.
As you go up the road from Hakken shrine in Kami Kisawa, you can see Mt. Fuji and fan-shaped farm fields (Dan dan batake) on the mountainside.
This hiking course travels around a waterfall that is reminiscent of spilling marbles and a standing stone that Prince Yamato Takeru is said to have visited. The...
After climbing up the stone steps, you can see Miura Peninsula. Founded in 1502, it has long been known for its jodo training of the Soto school.
Known as the local deity Yoshizawa area. You can also enjoy a beautiful view of the sakura trees within the grounds.
A pond area surrounded by greenery where you can enjoy forest bathing.
In spring from the gate of this school, you can see cherry trees and the red triangular roof of the school.
Azalea and flowering dogwood (the best season for the flower is late April) are lined up on the side of the road which goes round the Megumiga oka hill.