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Boasts various places of natural beauty

Yamanashi is blessed with nature: around 80% of the prefecture is forested. The prefecture is home to Japan’s tallest peak, Mt. Fuji, and the Fuji Five Lakes, which include Lake Kawaguchi. Japan’s second-tallest mountain, Kitadake, is also located in the prefecture, nestled within the Southern Alps. You will also find many sights to enjoy in neighboring Shizuoka and Nagano prefectures. From the city of Fujiyoshida, you can enjoy seeking the splendor of Mt. Fuji in all four seasons. In addition to wine, you can enjoy such local foods as hoto (stewed noodles and vegetables in miso soup) and tori motsu nabe (hot pot with chicken tripe).
Read more Hide Yamanashi is blessed with nature: around 80% of the prefecture is forested. The prefecture is home to Japan’s tallest peak, Mt. Fuji, and the Fuji Five Lakes, which include Lake Kawaguchi. Japan’s second-tallest mountain, Kitadake, is also located in the prefecture, nestled within the Southern Alps. You will also find many sights to enjoy in neighboring Shizuoka and Nagano prefectures. From the city of Fujiyoshida, you can enjoy seeking the splendor of Mt. Fuji in all four seasons. In addition to wine, you can enjoy such local foods as hoto (stewed noodles and vegetables in miso soup) and tori motsu nabe (hot pot with chicken tripe).

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