Use steamed noodles, use lard when stir-frying, and add small pieces of meat to the noodles. These are all cooking methods that are unique to the popular Fujinomiya yakisoba (fried noodles). You can find Yakisoba flags all over the city.
This shrine is a symbol of Fujinomiya and known as the head shrine of more than 1,300 Sengentaisha that can be found all over Japan. Built in 806, it is said to be the oldest shrine in the Tokai region. The main temple was created by Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1604 and is a National Important Cultural Property.
The source of Shiba River runs through Fujinomiya City; this spring is so clear and pure that it was chosen as one of the 100 remarkable waters of Japan. At the nearby Masu-no-ie run by the prefecture, visitors can enjoy delicious salmon trout cuisine. (Reservation required).
This waterfall of fresh spring water from Mount Fuji is a relaxing place to visit.
There are wasabi fields nearby that use the spring water.
Located near the Tokaido Nature Trail Fujinomiya Course, it is a perfect spot to see on your hiking course.
Introduces the mountain climbing route from Fujinomiya-guchi.
Tourist information for Fujinomiya City.
Why not play a round of golf while enjoying the majestic view of Mount Fuji?
There are many different types of golf courses around our Hotel.
Please stay at our hotel when playing golf near Mount Fuji!
Time tables for trains and buses, Fuji-Q Highland, and comprehensive leisure guide for the area around Mount Fuji.
Grinpa Amusement Park, hotel, Bandi golf course and the Yeti ski resort.
Boasting 50 years of history and tradition, this famous golf course overlooks the vast panorama of Suruga Bay and Mount Fuji.
List of the various attractions such as Fujiyama, Dodonpa, and the Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear, and information about Thomas Land, restaurants, and the hotel.
Inside Fuji-Q Highland. Collects and exhibits the works of the modern and contemporary artists of Mount Fuji.
Introduction to facilities such as the cabins and Broadleaves barbeque, map of the campground, and information regarding the surrounding area.
Events, tourism information, and information on disaster prevention measures in preparation for earthquakes.
Information on events and tourism.
Spots to see, souvenirs, introduction to Miss Fujiyama, and the timetables for the Fuji Tozan Bus.
Collection of links by category regarding events, facilities, and shops.
Drive-in. Located on Asagiri Plateau at the base of Mount Fuji. Information on Nirinsha Kaikan with its motorcycle exhibit, and the amusement park.
Links to information on gourmet options, shops, activity circles, and timetables.