Enjoy Lake Kawaguchi河口湖 area!

Kachikachi Mountain かちかち山

Tenjosan (Mt. Tenjo; 1104m) is considered to be the model of Japanese folklore "Kachikachi-yama (Mt. Kachikachi)." You can enjoy hiking with the view of Mt. Fuji. There is also the reopway connects Kawaguchi-Kohan Station on the piedmont and Fujimidai Station at mountaintop, which takes you to see Mt. Fuji in 3 minutes!

*More info: http://www.kachikachiyama-ropeway.com/

 

Itchiku Kubota Art Museum 久保田一竹美術館

This museum features the Kimono artist Kubota Itchiku (1917-2003) was well-known Tsujigahana silk dyeing. It is the pattern dying style that flourished in the Muromachi period. (1336–1573). \many exhibitions have been held in all over the world since 1977. The building included the garden and Japanese tea room is also blessing.

*More info: http://itchiku-museum.com/en.pdf

 

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum 河口湖オルゴールの森美術館

Features the collection of music boxes from all over the world included modern, antiques etc. There are also organ hall and history hall where you can enjoy the music with various kind of instruments. The garden is also amazing with the view Mt. Fuji and seasonal flowers.

*More info: http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=588

 

Saiko Iyashi-no-sato Nenba 西湖いやしの里

Nearby Mt. Fuji and you can easily step into the old Japanese village and culture. The place used to be one of the most beautiful thatch roofing houses village in Japan and they are now open for the people as museums, restaurants, work shops, souvenir shops etc.

*More info: http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=545

 

Caves: Bat Cave こうもり穴/ Ice Cave 鳴沢氷穴 / Wind Cave 富岳風穴

3 caves have been developed and opened to tourists to explore.

Bat Cave: Mysterious shave, quite warm inside and you find many bats.
Ice Cave: Very long (length 21m) in total underground. It’s very chilly inside.
Wind Cave: Long cave (width 201m) in total and located in the sea of trees on Mt. Fuji.

*More info: http://www.fujikyu.co.jp/en/leisure/leisure10.html

 

Outdoor activities in Lake Kawaguchi

http://c-l-s.jp/original27.html
http://www.foret-aventure.jp/eng/index.html
Canoing / ATV / Caring / Cycling / Athletic etc

 

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