With a height of 3,776-metre, Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and well-known for its scenic beauty. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage, the magnificent Mountain is a must-see for nature lovers and explorers. More than one million people climb the Mount for its impressive geographical landscape like Lake Ashinoko and Owakudani in July and August. If you would like to be one of them, don’t forget to consult the professionals.
Transport Fujisan Station/Kawaguchiko Station; (Mountain Bus) Fuji-Subaru Line 5th Station Shinjuku Bus Terminal; (Expressway Bus) Fuji-Subaru Line 5th Station
One of the largest traditional dancing festivals in Tokyo
Koenjiminami 2-, 3-, and 4-chome, and Koenjikita 2- and 3-chome Suginami-ku, along the shopping streets north and south of JR Koenji Station
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