YAMANASHI Home of Mt. FUJI Film Commission
Newly listed locations
Minobu Cho General Culture CenterMinobu Cho, Yamanashi Prefecture
Has a multi-purpose hall with 400 seats and a large conference room, a Japanese room and a library.
ShibirekoYatsushiro gun, Yamanashi Prefecture
A small lake with approximately 0.75 mile in diameter. It has a mysterious aspect with a legend of a prayer for rain.
Aokigahara JukaiNarusawa Village, Yamanashi Prefecture
The forest in a national park spread over the foot of Mt. Fuji. The color shades of acicular trees and deciduous trees are beautiful.
Takeda no MoriKofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture
Located in the north of Kofu City. There is a camping site near by and a good location for camping and hiking scenes.
Naruzawa Ikiiki HirobaNaaruzawa Village, Yamanashi Prefecture
Approximately 2 ha of lawn square and can be used with multi-purpose. Can see majestic Mt. Fuji right front of you.
Benifuji no yuYamanakako Village, Yamanashi Prefecture
A inn at Yamanakako Onsen and you can see Mt. Fuji from an outdoor bath.
Imesse YamanashiKofu City, Yamanashi Prefecture
Exhibition Hall with approximately 0.5 ha in area and 12.5 meters in height.
Tenmokusan Seiunji TempleKoshu City, Yamanashi Prefecture
Seiunji Temple is a Zen temple of Rinzai Buddhism, founded in 1348 by Gokkai. It is famous for the wooden seated statue of Fuo Kokushi which is a National Important Cultural Asset as well as the be...
Tendosan Keitokuin (Temple)Koshu City, Yamanashi Prefecture
Keitokuin is a Buddhist temple of the Soto sect dedicated to Takeda Katsuyori, the last ruler of the Takeda clan. The temple was built in 1582 on the site of Katsuyori’s death under the orders of s...
Okunoin Shishinkaku (Temple)Minobu Cho, Yamanashi Prefecture
A 7-minute ride on the aerial cableway from the parking lot to get to Okunoin Shishinkaku (Temple) which stands at the top of Mount Minobu. The large Japanese cedar, which is over 700 years old, is...