Fuji Cemetery

Fuji Cemetery
  • 5,000 or more5,000 or more
  • Tunnel of Cherry TreesTunnel of cherry blossoms
  • We look from vehicleWe look from vehicle
  • Hot spring, footbathHot spring, footbath

Fuji cemetery information site

Time, the best time to see of flower
The early April and mid-April

| 888-2, Omika, Oyama-cho, Sunto-gun, Shizuoka

This is a park cemetery of 2,130,000 square meters at the foot of Mt. Fuji and it is surrounded with flowers and greenery. There are about 8,000 cherry trees such as Wild cherry and Yoshino cherry trees on the approach to the cemetery. It is crowded with people who come to see the blossoms. It is selected as one of Japan’s 100 places for viewing cherry blossoms. There are plums, azaleas and other flowers and plants that bloom in each season.

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Basic information

First View Point About 800m along road central from the first rotary in garden. Row of cherry blossom trees and Mount Fuji to see from gazebo project very beautiful flavor.
Access (railroad) From JR Gotemba Station, JR Suruga-Oyama Station bus service (on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, paid) for cemetery
Access (car) Than the Tomei Expressway "Ashigara smart IC" about 15 minutes
From Higashi-Fujigoko Road "*so IC" 15 minutes
Traffic instructions As road is crowded very much, we recommend the use of public transport
As parking lot becomes full immediately, we recommend the use of public transport
Parking lot Free of charge
Reference Fuji cemetery administration office (flowering information dial) 0550-78-0066
URL https://www.fujireien.or.jp/
Cherry Blossom Festival None
Going to see cherry blossoms at night None
Opening of the park, closing time 9:00-16:30 (in the case of Wednesday fixed closing day, holiday the next day)
Stall None
The right or wrong of banquet No
Special products Wasabizuke, Kintaro sable, Kintaro Baum
Entrance rate Free of charge

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