[Mt. Fuji] 5 Mount Fuji photo spots recommended by professional photographers!

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Introducing 5 Mount Fuji photo spots recommended by professional photographers.

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" Capture My Japan " is a photography service for tourists visiting Japan from overseas, run by Lovegraph Co., Ltd , one of Japan's largest on-location photography session businesses. In this article, we will introduce 5 recommended spots for taking photos of Mt. Fuji, as recommended by the professional photographers of " Capture My Japan".

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Top 5 Mount Fuji Photos

The following five spots are recommended for photographing Mt. Fuji, as selected by professional photographers from "Capture My Japan."

1. Arakurayama Sengen Park "Chureito Pagoda"

2. Retreat Camp Mahoroba

3. Kawaguchi Asama Shrine

4. Oishi Park

5. Shinnasho River Cherry Blossom Tree Line

Now, we will explain the details of each spot along with some actual examples.

1. Arakurayama Sengen Park "Chureito Pagoda"

From the Chureito Pagoda in Arakurayama Sengen Park, you can take a photo of Japan's most famous mountain, Mt. Fuji, and the five-story pagoda all at once. From the observation deck, which can be reached by climbing 398 stone steps from the entrance to Arakurayama Sengen Park, you can see the Fujiyoshida townscape below and the beautiful Mt. Fuji spreading out symmetrically in the distance. It's one of the spectacular views you should see at least once when you visit Japan.

2. Retreat Camp Mahoroba

In fact, the area around Lake Kawaguchi is also a popular campsite. At the campsite "Retreat Camp Mahoroba," located on the heights of Lake Kawaguchi at the foot of Mt. Fuji, you can enjoy a quiet moment in nature in a spectacular location with a panoramic view of Mt. Fuji. On clear nights, spending time with a bonfire under the starry sky is truly an exquisite experience.

3. Kawaguchi Asama Shrine

Kawaguchi Asama Shrine is one of the constituent assets of the World Heritage Site "Mount Fuji - a place of worship and a source of artistic inspiration." The large shrine is filled with the rich colors of the four seasons, including vibrant new greenery, autumn leaves, and beautifully blooming flowers. In addition, the "remote worship site" of Kawaguchi Asama Shrine, located at the top of the mountain behind the shrine, is a spectacular spot from which to view Mount Fuji. (Please note that permission is required to take photos with cameras other than smartphones.)

4. Oishi Park

This is a scenic spot where you can see Lake Kawaguchi and lavender with Mt. Fuji in the background. The lavender is in full bloom from mid-June to mid-July, and a herb festival is held every year around this time (June 24th to July 17th, 2023). The majestic Mt. Fuji and lavender spreading out to its base are a spectacular sight that can only be seen at this time of year.

5. Shinnasho River Cherry Blossom Tree Line

A famous cherry blossom viewing spot in Oshibukusa, Oshino Village, Minamitsuru District, Yamanashi Prefecture. It is a spectacular spot where you can enjoy the cherry blossom trees, river, and majestic Mt. Fuji, all at once, which can be said to be the original scenery of Japan. The area is lit up during the cherry blossom season, and after sunset you can enjoy a different view from the daytime.

What do you think of these 5 recommended photo spots for Mt. Fuji that we have introduced so far? We hope they will be helpful for your trip!

All the photos in this article were taken by professional photographers from a photography service called "Capture My Japan." Even at places you've heard of, you may have seen photos with a variety of expressions thanks to professional photographers taking pictures of them.

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"Capture My Japan " is a photography service for tourists visiting Japan from overseas by Lovegraph Co., Ltd, which operates one of Japan's largest on- location photography session businesses. Would you like to capture yourself along with the beautiful scenery of Japan with a professional photographer? You can experience shooting at your favorite travel destinations such as Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka. Capture My Japan's photographers have bases all over the country and can handle shooting in a wide range of areas. We have photographers who have passed a strict screening process, so you can leave your shooting to us with confidence! Japanese photographers who have a good understanding of each region will take care of your needs. Why not leave your memories of your trip to Japan together in a wonderful way?

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