Located in the shadow of Mount Fuji, there is no shortage of fascinating attractions to explore while staying at Fuji Speedway Hotel. From a UNESCO World Heritage site to a Shinto temple, from Japan’s longest suspension bridge to one of its largest outlet-shopping malls, guests will find plenty of attractions nearby.
Explore the local environs on an e-bike and take the edge off the hills. For more details and suggested routes, please get in touch with the Front Desk. Email FSWUB.firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone +81 550 20 1230
Please feel free to join us. The wear and shoes are available for rent.
Class 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM on December 4, 11, 18, 24, January 7, 9, 21, 29.
*Complimentary for staying guests only.
For elementary school students and over.
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With a history of 1,200 years, this Shinto shrine is revered as the Ichinomiya—the region's highest-ranking shrine. The pavilions have been designated an Important Cultural Property, while a 1,200-year-old kinmokusei tree is a natural monument.
A tour of the industrial facilities, including the distillation equipment used to produce grain whisky, wooden fermentation tanks producing a variety of sake, and a tasting of two Kirin whiskies. In Japanese, but English audio is available.
Located in an arc around the northern half of Mount Fuji, ‘Fujigoko’ are five lakes formed by previous eruptions of the active volcano. While there, you can also visit Aokigahara Jukai Forest and Fujiyoshida city, famed for its udon noodles.
View 70 different free-roaming species, including lions, tigers, giraffes, elephants, and zebras. Safari on foot, drive your car, rent a zebra-printed 4WD or take the tiger-printed Jungle Bus where you can feed the animals through the steel mesh.
One of Japan’s most popular amusement parks near the base of Mount Fuji. Features a number of rollercoasters, a Thomas the Tank Engine themed area, and two haunted attractions, including Haunted Hospital—one of the world’s largest haunted attractions.
In summer, you can climb Mount Fuji, Japan’s highest mountain at 3,776m and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Allow at least two days for the climb; an ascent to a mountain hut on day one, a few hours rest, then on to the summit to catch the sunrise.
Enjoy striking views of Mount Fuji and Suruga Bay on the 400-meter Mishima Skywalk, the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Japan. At the north end, enjoy an adventure course, 300-meter zipline, climbing wall, hiking trails, and Segway tours.
Navigate the treetop canopies using belays and zip lines while enjoying breathtaking views of Mount Fuji. The 15-hectare park offers four rope courses, including some suitable for children a minimum of 110cm in height.
Against a backdrop of Mount Fuji, Gotemba Premium Outlets in an American-style open-air mall. Discover around 290 international fashion, jewelry, sport, and homeware brands as well as a food court, 50-meter Ferris wheel, hotel, and public onsen.
Stock up on fresh vegetables and produce, including local coffee and gluten-free baumkuchen baked with rice flour. Visitors will also find a restaurant utilizing local ingredients, a fast food stall, a bakery and a tourist information center.