The Fujisan World Heritage Center (富士世界遺産センター, Fuji Sekiisan Center) is an information center for travelers to Mount Fuji and the Fuji Five Lakes. It consists of two halls, the North Hall and the South Hall.
The South Hall requires an admission fee and visually introduces visitors to Mount Fuji with movies and a 15 meter wide model of Mount Fuji made of washi paper. There are also various exhibits pertaining to the mountain's role in human culture and its seismology. Visitors can explore this hall using free augmented reality handsets that enhance some of the exhibits.
The North Hall is free to enter and features an information desk with details about climbing and weather conditions, as well as about tourist attractions around the mountain and Yamanashi Prefecture in general.
The Fujisan World Heritage Center is located at the entrance of the Subaru Line toll road which leads to Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station on Mount Fuji.
Omni buses along the red and blue line connect Kawaguchiko Station with the Fuji Visitor Center in about 15 minutes. Alternatively, the visitor center can be reached in a 30 minute walk from Kawaguchiko Station.
North Hall: No closing days
North Hall: Free