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A map showing the locations of national park sightseeing spots is included. Click the link below to view in PDF Format.


Access routes are examples. For more information, please inquire with each transportation facility or check their website.

*The time required in each section is a rough indication.

Course 1 Mt. Fuji (On the side of Yamanashi Prefecture)
Tokyo Station
JR Chuo Line (About 80 min.)
Ootsuki Station
Fuji Kyuko (About 45 min.)
Kawaguchiko Station
Bus, etc.
Yoshida-guchi 5th station
Course 2 Mt. Fuji (On the side of Shizuoka Prefecture)
Tokyo Station
Tokaido Shinkansen (About 70 min.)
Mishima Station
Train, bus, etc.
Fujinomiya-guchi 5th station
Course 3 Hakone
Shinjuku Station
Odakyu Romancecar (About 90 min.)
Hakoneyumoto Station
Train, bus, ropeway, etc.
Sengokuhara/Lake Ashinoko

Area of Accommodation

Izu Islands



Lake Tanuki



Hakone Visitor Center

photo of Hakone Visitor Center
Hakone Visitor Center features display and video exhibits about Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and provides guided tours. It also allows visitors to take part in a wide range of experiential programs such as nature observation events and craft classes.
Address164 Motohakone 164, Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture
Contact0460-84-9981 (Tel)
Open9:00 - 17:00 (Admission allowed until16:30)
ClosedSecond Wednesday of June and following day, end and beginning of year (December 28 - January 1)
Usage FeeFree of charge
Universal Design Correspondence
  • Wheelchair Lending Service
  • Distribution of Multilingual Pamphlet
  • Parking for Physically Disabled
  • Multipurpose Toilet
  • Communication Assist Display Board

Lake Tanuki Nature School

photo of Lake Tanuki Nature School
The Lake Tanuki Nature School is located near Lake Tanuki, which is famous for its rich natural environment. It is the first Nature School established by the Ministry of the Environment. Admission is free, and the school includes a large Nature Experience House (comprised of two floors) where children can play during rainy weather. The school organizes daily activities to learn about nature while playing, exhibits, and programs to get in touch with nature. The outdoor school grounds feature wooden playground equipment, a peaceful forest that is ideal for walking, and a lodge cottage, where visitors can enjoy a relaxing stay while discovering new experiences.
AddressSaori 633-14, Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture
Contact0544-54-5410 (Tel)
Open9:30 - 16:30
ClosedIn principle, Mondays (Mondays and Tuesdays from November through March; the school may be temporarily closed on other days in September, January and February)
Usage FeeFree of charge
Universal Design Correspondence
  • Wheelchair Lending Service
  • Multipurpose Toilet
  • Communication Assist Display Board

Yamanasi Prefectural Fuji Visitor Center

Located at the entrance of the Fuji Subaru Line, Fuji Visitor Center features several exhibit sections and searchable PCs that facilitate learning about the natural environment and culture of Mt. Fuji and the Fuji Goko Lakes area It is the only permanent facility for the "Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration," which was registered as a world heritage site in June 2013, and features large displays used for short video screenings about Mt. Fuji in Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean.
AddressKenmarubi 6663-1, Funatsu, Fuji-Kawaguchiko Town, Minamitsuru County, Yamanashi Prefecture
Contact0555-72-0259 (Tel)
OpenApril 1 - June 30  8:30 - 17:00
July 1 - July 17  8:30 - 18:00
July 18 - August 26 8:30 - 19:00
August 27 - September 30  8:30 - 18:00
October 1 - March 31  8:30 - 17:0
* Admission allowed until 30 minutes before closing time
ClosedOpen daily throughout the year
Usage FeeFree of charge

Metropolitan Hachijo Visitor Center

etropolitan Hachijo Visitor Center
Hachijo Visitor Center is located in a botanical park, and introduces the natural environment and culture of Hachijo-jima Island to people who visit the island. It also creates opportunities to directly get in touch with nature through outdoor activities. It is permanently staffed by guides who provide information about nature and sightseeing spots on the island. Visitors are encouraged to stop by the center before beginning their exploration of the island.
AddressOkago 2843, Hachijo Town, Hachijo-jima, Tokyo Metropolis
Contact04996-2-4811 (Tel)
Open9:00 - 16:45
ClosedOpen daily throughout the year
Usage FeeFree of charge

Hakone-municipal Mori-no-Fureaikan Hall

Located in the middle of the peaceful forests of Hakone, Hakone-municipal Mori-no-Fureaikan Hall (Forest Experience Museum) features animal and plant exhibits that present the wonder of nature, and aims to foster an understanding of the importance of forests in a fun way. It provides opportunities for a wide range of visitors (from small children to adults) to enjoy woodcraft activities that make use of natural elements, walk rallies (nature quizzes), and forest bathing.
AddressHakone 381-4, Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County, Kanagawa Prefecture
Contact0460-83-6006 (Tel)
Open9:00 - 17:00 (March 1 - end-November; admission allowed until 16:30)
9:00 - 16:30 (December 1 - end-February; admission allowed until 16:00)
ClosedOpen daily throughout the year (However, it may closed temporarily during winter.)
Usage FeeRequires a fee

Izu Oshima Volcano Museum

photo of Izu Oshima Volcano Museum
The Izu Oshima Volcano Museum is one of the few museums in the world that is dedicated to volcanoes. It provides information about Izu Oshima Island and volcanoes in Japan and around the world, and features various panel displays, volcanic rock and lava samples, and a cross-sectional soil layer sample that stretches over the full surface of a 20m-long wall, allowing visitors to learn about volcanoes while having fun. The video hall shows exciting footage about the beautiful nature and people's lifestyles in Oshima.
AddressKandayashiki 617, Motomachi, Oshima Town, Tokyo Metropolis
Contact04992-2-4103 (Tel)
Open9:00 - 17:00 (admission allowed until 16:30)
ClosedOpen daily throughout the year (temporarily closed for 10 days per year for the purpose of museum and video facility maintenance and inspection)
Usage FeeGeneral: 500 yen (groups 400 yen), elementary and junior high school students: 250 yen (groups: 200 yen)
* Groups must consist of at least 20 members

Contact List

Kanto Regional Environment Office
6F Saitama-shintoshin Joint Government Building No.1
1-1 Shintoshin Chuo Ward, Saitama City, Saitama Prefecture 330-9720, Japan
Tel: 048-600-0516  Fax: 048-600-0517

Hakone Nature Conservation Office
Kyufutaba 164, Motohakone, Hakone Town, Ashigarashimo County,Kanagawa Prefecture 250-0522
Tel: 0460-84-8727  Fax: 0460-84-9349

Izu Islands Ranger Office
1F, Oshima Joint Government Building, Ienoue 445-9,
Motomachi, Oshima Town, Tokyo Metropolis 100-0101
Tel: 04992-2-7115  Fax: 04992-2-7116

Fujigoko Ranger Office
Biodiversity Center, Kenmarubi 5597-1, Kamiyoshida,
Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture 403-0005
Tel: 0555-72-0353  Fax: 0555-72-0623

Numazu Ranger Office
5F, Numazu Joint Government Building, Ichiba Town 9-1, Numazu City,
Shizuoka Prefecture 410-0831
Tel: 0559-31-3261  Fax: 0559-31-3529

Shimoda Ranger Office
1F, Shimoda Regional Joint Government Building, Nishihongo 2-5-33, Shimoda City,
Shizuoka Prefecture 415-0036
Tel: 0558-22-9533  Fax: 0558-22-9626

Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park Website