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(山梨 Yah-mah-nah-shee)

Gateway to Fuji and Fruitful Lands

Yamanashi Prefecture, in central Japan, boasts spectacular natural scenery, including the iconic Mount Fuji and the majestic Southern Alps. Visitors can explore the Fuji Five Lakes, Shosenkyo Gorge, and historical sites tied to Shingen Takeda. Renowned for its fruit production and thriving wine industry, Yamanashi also offers soothing hot springs like Ishiwa Onsen, making it a perfect blend of nature, history, and gourmet delights. Explore more >

Captivating Facts

Mt. Fuji

Standing at 3,776 meters, Mt. Fuji is Japan’s tallest peak and a symbol of the nation. Shared with Shizuoka Prefecture, this active volcano attracts climbers and sightseers from around the world. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2013, Mt. Fuji is celebrated for its cultural significance and stunning beauty.

Mt. Fuji in Fall