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Stopping to take autumn photos at Erinji Temple in Yamanashi.
At the Ninja Village 'Shinobi no Sato' you can discover the world of the mystic Japanese covert agents and learn how to throw a shuriken.
Iyashino-Sato Nenba Healing Village is located on the northwest end of Lake Saiko in Yamanashi Prefecture. Explore the restored village of thatched roof houses featuring traditional Japanese culture. Enjoy incredible views of Mt. Fuji, too!
A mapped trail between Kofu JR Station and Kai-Zenkoji visits the five Kofu Gozan temples that enjoyed Shingen Takeda's patronage. It includes Takeda Shrine and Shingen Takeda's grave.
Take a ride on the Fujisan Express and enjoy the view of Mount Fuji from this unique train experience in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.
Although Kofu Castle was a ruin, authentic replicas of one of the towers and one of the gates have been built by referring to 16th century documents.
In the past, Fuji Sengen Shrine in Fujiyoshida was the starting point for pilgrims who set out to climb sacred Mount Fuji.
A museum built by the artist Kubota Itchiku himself, showcasing his handmade Kimonos with the traditional art of Tsujigahana