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Fuji-Kawaguchiko Navi for Independent Travel

Enjoy Even on Rainy Days

Fuji-Kawaguchiko Town is dotted with museums and facilities where you can enjoy a variety of art works. Enjoy the sights at a leisurely pace.
※Transportation time is a guide and actual time varies depending on situations.

Saiko Iyashi-no-sato Nenba

Saiko Iyashi-no-sato Nenba

A hilly place looking up toward Mt. Fuji is dotted with thatched-roof houses. You can enjoy traditional dishes and crafts-making experience.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→40 min by Saiko Sightseeing Bus"Green-Line"→Saiko Iyashi-no-sato Nenba (Thatched houses) Bus Stop→1 min on foot

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

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Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center

Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center

Located in Oishi Park that offers splendid views, you can enjoy a workshop making jams from blueberries, which are a specialty of the town.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→30 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→Terminal/Kawaguchiko Shizen Seikatsu-kan (Natural Living Center) Bus Stop→close to the bus stop

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=198

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Oishi Tumugi Traditional Workshop

Oishi Tumugi Traditional Workshop

Oishi tsumugi (pongee) is a traditional fabric of this area and has a history of about 300 years. The technique of weaving is demonstrated and fabrics are on display. You can also buy tsumugi goods.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→30 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→Terminal/Kawaguchiko Shizen Seikatsu-kan (Natural Living Center) Bus Stop→1 min on foot

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=201

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Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

Itchiku Kubota Art Museum

This museum exhibits kimono works of Kubota Itchiku, a world famous textile-dyeing artist who created the dyeing technique Itchiku-Tsujigahanazome. The museum was awarded three stars in the Michelin Green Guide Japon 2009.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→25 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→Itchiku Kubota Art Museum Bus Stop→1 min on foot

http://itchiku-museum.com/en.pdf

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Kawaguchiko Monkey Performance Theater

Kawaguchiko Monkey Performance Theater

This is Japan’s only theater for exclusively monkey performances. Come and enjoy cute and funny performances by monkeys.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→23 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→Kawaguchiko Sarumawashi Theater (Monkey Show)/Konohana Art Museum Bus Stop→close to the bus stop

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=296

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Kawaguchiko Craft Park

Kawaguchiko Craft Park

You can enjoy a variety of experiences, such as making accessories and making buckwheat noodles.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→21 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Bus Stop→2 min on foot

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=300

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Kawaguchi-ko Music Forest Museum

Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum

A collection of music boxes from all over the world can be seen here. The museum’s garden offers a breathtaking view of Mt. Fuji.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→21 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→ Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum Bus Stop→2 min on foot

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

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Kawaguchiko Herb Hall

Kawaguchiko Herb Hall

A variety of herbal goods are sold and you can also experience making pressed flowers and wreaths.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→10 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line" or Saiko Sightseeing Bus"Green-Line"→Kawaguchiko Herb Hall Bus stop→close to the bus stop

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=204

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Kawaguchiko Muse Museum

Kawaguchiko Muse Museum

This museum exhibits works of doll maker Atae Yuki, whose distinctive methods have produced a delicacy of expression on the faces of his dolls, luring onlookers into a world of fantasy.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→20 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line" or Saiko Sightseeing Bus"Green-Line"→Kawaguchiko Muse Museum Ent. Bus Stop→close to the bus stop

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=196

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Kawaguchiko Museum of Art

Kawaguchiko Museum of Art

This is a museum surrounded by the majestic Mt. Fuji and a beautiful lake. Works with motif of Mt. Fuji are permanently exhibited and a variety of special exhibitions are organized as well.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→20 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→Kawaguchiko Museum of Art Bus Stop→close to the bus stop

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=194

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Fuji Visitor Center

Fuji Visitor Center

Visitors can enjoy learning about how Mt. Fuji came to be formed and the local area natural environment and culture, on both a jumbo video wall and personal computers.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→10 min by Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus "Red-Line"→Fuji Visitor Center Ent. Bus Stop→2 min on foot

http://www.yamanashi-kankou.jp/visitor/english/index.html

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Saiko Komori Ana (Bat Cave)

Saiko Komori Ana (Bat Cave)

One of the largest lava caves in this area. You can see mysterious shapes created by the forces of nature. Countless bats live in the cave.

Kawaguchiko Sta.→35 min by Saiko Sightseeing Bus"Green-Line"→Saiko Bat Cave Bus Stop→close to the bus stop

http://www.fujisan.ne.jp/spot/info_e.php?ca_id=2&if_id=222

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