Yamanakako Panoramic Observatory is located in Teppouginoatama (Mount Myojin), Minamitsuru District, Yamanashi Prefecture, and is known for its spectacular view of Lake Yamanaka, one of the Fuji Five Lakes, Mount Fuji and The Southern Japanese Alps.

During sunrise and sunset, many people visit to see the Mount Fuji tinted by the sunrise and sunset.
Also, in autumn, Japanese silver grass spreads all over the area, creating a golden landscape.

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How to get to Yamanakako Panoramic Observatory

Yamanakako Panoramic Observatory

When using public transportation, buses are available from Mt.Fuji Station to the nearest bus stop “Mikuniyama Hiking Course Iriguch”. And from the bus stop it will be a 30 minute walk up the mountain.

The Yamanakako Panoramic Observatory, located along Yamanashi Prefectural Route 730, has a parking lot, so cars and motorcycles can be used to reach the observatory.

Mt. Mikuni, Panoramadai Hiking Course

Mt. Mikuni,Panoramadai Hiking Course is a hiking trail that connects three mountains: Mount Myojin, Mount Mikuni, Mount Obora. (The distance is about 10 km, and the time required is about 4 hours.)

For more information about Mt. Mikuni, Panoramadai Hiking Course, please refer to the following page.

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Yamanakako Panoramic Observatory (山中湖パノラマ台)


Hirano, Yamanakako, Minamitsuru District, Yamanashi 401-0502


Take the Fujikko-Go Bus (F-Line) from Mt.Fuji Station to Mikuniyama Hiking Course Iriguch bus stop. The bus ride takes about 50 minutes.
It's about 30 minute walk from Mikuniyama Hiking Course Iriguch bus stop.


Mikuniyama Hiking Course Iriguch (bus stop)
Fujikko-Go Bus (F-Line)

(Fujikyu Railway) Mt.Fuji Station
Fujikyuko Line, Limited Express Fuji Excursion, Fujisan View Express, Fujisan Express