Fuji City Guidebook

Fuji City Guidebook


  • Hiromi Park and Mt.Fuji and Princess Kaguya Museum
    Hiromi Park and Mt.Fuji and Princess Kaguya Museum
    Hiromi Park and Mt.Fuji and Princess Kaguya Museum

    Besides a rose garden and a sculpture garden, the park has over 300 cherry trees and a collection of prefectural trees from every prefecture In Japan. The Museum is located next to the park. Some of the historical buildings In the city were moved and reconstructed for exhibition here. It gives you a relaxing time to walk In both cultural and artistic surroundings.

  • Bishamonten(Myohoji)Temple

    Myohoji Temple is also known as Bishamon San. Bishamonten, the god of fortune in India, is said to have been built by Shotoku Taishi, the famous Japanese wise man. Bishamonten Taisai Festival is held annually for 3 days according to the Kyureki (the old calendar). This festival is famous for its many Dharma dolls.

  • Yoshiwara Gion Festival
    Yoshiwara Gion Festival

    Yoshiwara Gion Festival marks the coming of summer. It takes place on the 2nd Saturday and Sunday of June, and is called the biggest Gion Festival in the Tokai region. People from 24 communities tow 21 decorated floats and parade portable shrines, and more than 200 stalls open along the street. About 200,000 people come and see the festival during the period.

  • Fujikawa Folklore-data Hall
    Fujikawa Folklore-data Hall

    Over 200 ancient artifacts like farming tools and articles for everyday use which are collected from Fujikawa area are displayed in this museum. This museum is the reconstruction of a farm house which was built in the middle of Edo period.

  • Rose Theatre
    Rose Theatre

    Concerts, art exhibitions, and public performance are held at the Rose Theatre, which has three halls: large, medium and small. It has been the center of cultural activities in this area for many years.