Lake Yamanaka, Yamanakako-mura

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Part of a World Heritage-listed cultural site, Lake Yamanaka offers a range of active options at the foot of Mt. Fuji. With a surface area of 6.46 sq km (2.49 sq mi), the lake ranks as the largest of the five at the mountain's base. Explore the water sports on its banks and shimmering waters, including water skiing, wind surfing, fishing, and boating. Alternatively, pay a visit to the hot spring baths dotted around its perimeter. Make Lake Yamanaka a part of your Yamanakako-mura vacation plans using our Yamanakako-mura trip itinerary planner.
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  • After disappointing weather, it was at Lake Yamanaka, where we could finally see Mt. Fuji, on our way back to Gotemba from lake Kawaguchiko. We did not do the boating as the weather was bad.  more »
  • See Mt. Fuji from the opposite shore of the Lake and the landscape can take best picture is famous. The snack shop is equipped with Zhou road around the Gulf, have a parking spot, is scattered. Was highest in lakes of the popular four seasons.
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  • 非常靠近富士山的一個村落,比起河口湖遙望富士山,這邊的景色更令人震撼與感動,稀少的觀光客也相對提供貼近當地生活的體驗,看到富士山的那一刻會心生畏懼與神聖的敬佩之意.  more »