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Station on JR Chuo Line that connects with Fujikyuko Railway to Lake Kawaguchi and Mount Fuji. Otsuki City itself boasts hiking, fishing, Mount Fuji views, and Saruhashi, one of Japan's most famous bridges.
If a scenic slow-paced journey sounds enticing to you, take a ride on the Koumi Line. This winding route of approximately 79 kilometers makes its way through the mountains from its origin in Komoro, Nagano to its last stop at Kobuchizawa Station in Hokuto, Yamanashi. You will be rewarded with some spectacular views.
Kofu and Minami-Kofu on JR-Minobu Line may just be less than 15 minutes and three stops away from each other, yet the two stations are as different as milk and coffee.
Enjoy Mount Fuji from multiple angles on the Fujikyuko Line train
Mt. Fuji greets visitors at Kawaguchi-ko station, in the Fujigoko area of Yamanashi Prefecture.
If you visit Isawa-onsen station, you may want to stop for a second and look around the train station that was frozen in time.