[Hana no Miyako Park
]At Hana no Miyako Park near Lake Yamanaka, you can enjoy seasonal flower fields and Mt. Fuji, such as cosmos in autumn, sunflowers in summer, tulips in spring, and nemophila in early summer.
[Kawaguchiko Museum of Art
]The Kawaguchiko Museum of Art mainly exhibits works such as various photographs, paintings, and prints with the theme of Mt. Fuji.There is also a tea lounge and museum shop inside the museum overlooking the beautiful lake.
]Shimobe Onsen is one of the most effective and historically famous hot springs in Yamanashi Prefecture, and has been chosen as one of the best 100 hot springs in Japan.
]Lake Kawaguchi has the longest shoreline of the Fuji Five Lakes and is registered as a World Heritage Site of Mt. Fuji. The area around Lake Kawaguchi is also famous as a shooting spot for cherry blossoms in spring, purple lavender in early summer, and autumn leaves.
］The Ooyanagawa Valley is where you can enjoy 10 suspension bridges and many beautiful waterfalls. You can enjoy a walk on the promenade for about 1 hour and 30 minutes.
In the season, you can enjoy the autumnal trees and fresh greenery.
You can easily use "Tsukutabekan", an exchange terminal facility in the nearby town, after a walk.
After taking a walk, it is recommended to use the nearby hot spring facility to return home.
］Lake Yamanaka is registered as a Constituent Asset of a World Heritage Site.
It is a lake where Fujimarimo (natural monument) lives. It is also designated as Japan's 100 Most Beautiful Beaches.
It is also an area with various leisure facilities and sightseeing spots such as an observatory in the park around Lake Yamanaka, marine sports, popular sightseeing boats, and smelt fishing.
］Mount Kaikoma (甲斐駒ヶ岳, Kaikoma-ga-take) is One of japan's 100 famous mountains and One of Yamanashi's 100 famous mountains. It is also the most magnificent mountain in the Southern Alps.
In particular, the mountain scenery seen from the Shichiriiwa Plateau is wonderful.
The route from the trailhead on the Yamanashi side is one of Japan's three major rapid climbs.
There is also a trailhead that can be reached in 30 minutes by car from the Nagasaka IC on the Chuo Expressway.
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