The Fujisan World Heritage Center (xmEYZ^[, 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. Meanwhile, 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.

Access

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.

How to get to and around the Fuji Five Lakes

Hours & Fees

Hours

8:30 to 17:00 (until 18:00 from July to September; until 19:00 during summer holidays); admission ends 30 minutes before closing time.

Closed

South Hall: 4th Tuesday of every month
North Hall: No closing days

Admission

South Hall: 420 yen
North Hall: Free

Hotels around Fuji Five Lakes

Recommended Hotels
Highland Resort Hotel and Spa
Official hotel of the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park at the base of Mount Fuji.
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K's House Mount Fuji
Affordable backpackers hostel on the southern side of Lake Kawaguchiko.
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Kawaguchiko Station Inn
Conveniently located, inexpensive hotel across the street from Kawaguchiko Station.
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Kozantei Ubuya
Luxury ryokan along the northern shore of Lake Kawaguchiko.
Book:
Agoda Japanican Booking
Kukuna
Stylish luxury ryokan on the northern shore of Lake Kawaguchiko.
Book:
Agoda Japanican

Tours and travel services

Page last updated: March 28, 2018