自然と歴史と人々のくらし
Looking for something new and different for your trip to Japan?
Enjoy Mount Fuji

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To go up the slopes is not the only way to enjoy Mt. Fuji.
We can suggest ways to enjoy the mountain,
e.g. walks along the paths known only to the locals.
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The wealth of Japan lies not only in its culture
but in its natural environment.
Why not enjoy nature walks at the base of Mt. Fuji?


Forest Therapy
Leisurely Walks in the Forest



色づくサンショウ!




A rose?
No, a fungus.

キノコです。





Large Pink, a species of the genus Dianthus.

カワラナデシコ



Vexillabium nakaianum

small but graceful
ハクウンラン




A beautiful Japanese bumblebee

オオマルハナバチ



Daddy Longlegs

ザトウムシ



(July 2017)

Looks like a cute little dragon!

Monotropastrum humile
I found a few flowering in my yard.
This plant is mycoheterotrophic
and totally depends on fungi for needed nutrients.



(June, 2017)

Rosa hirtula,
the flower of Yamanakako Village,
is a small deciduous tree adapted to
impoverished volcanic soils.


>> Live View of Mt. Fuji>from Yamanakako
>>Live View of Mt. Fuji > from the 5th Station

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Weather Report


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Getting there

.Mistletoe, a parasitic plant with ripe berries / Dec. 2015
An amphibian vehicle going on the lake / 2015
A Japanese squirrel eating a walnut / Feb. 2015



above:A flying squirrel in a hollow of a tree trunk at the Sengen shrine.


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e-mail: wildflowerwalk@nifty.com


Recommended Walks and Hikes/
Natural History/
Plant Life in Japan/
Transportation Guide

Mt. Fuji in summer



Lake Saiko