Lake Kawaguchi and Mount Fuji image courtsey: 4cornersclub.com
Not just another mountain.
Kawaguchi image courtsey: flickr.com
The great Volcanic Mountain Fuji is not just another mountain for the Japanese, it is a sacred figure and the sight of this 3775 meters tall dormant volcano is a vision which is so soul-satisfying that they consider a visit to its base as a pilgrimage.
Lake Kawaguchi image courtsey: allposters.com
As per the scientists these lakes were formed when the molten lava from
Lake Kawaguchi and its shores has one more role to play, July and August are mountain climbing season and a lot enthusiasts visit this place for climbing on Fuji Mountain and these people assemble, organise and get trained on the shores of Kawaguchi. Before and after the climb these people get refreshed by the hospitable surroundings of this beautiful lake and all the pleasure locations like art galleries, museums (Kawaguchi Museum), entertainment parks (Dodanpa thrill ride with the world’s highest roller coaster ride), good hotels agreeing with all budgets etc.
Five Lakes of Fuji image courtsey: digi-promotion.com
Fuji Kawaguchika is a medium sized town in Minamitsuru district with a population of about 23’000 on the banks of
A visit to