Lake Yamanaka

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Lake Yamanaka | Largest of the Fuji Five Lakes

Lake Yamanaka | Largest of the Fuji Five Lakes

Lake Yamanaka is one of the Fuji Five Lakes and the largest among them. The lake was created from the lava flows of an eruption of Mt. Fuji many years ago. Lake Yamanaka is connected to Sagami River, making it the only lake of the Fuji Five Lakes to have a natural source of outflow. Lake Yamanaka is a popular area for many leisurely activities including fishing, boating, swimming, windsurfing, and water-skiing. Camping is also popular on its shores, attracting many students and families. Being located right beside it, you can see the great Mt. Fuji in clarity.

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Fuji Five Lakes

Fuji Five Lakes

Consists of Lake Kawaguchi, Motosu, Sai, Shoji, and Yamanaka at the base of Mt. Fuji

Lake Kawaguchi

Lake Kawaguchi

Most accessible of the Fuji Five Lakes and offers great views of Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji

Japan's tallest mountain and its symbolic heart

Yamanashi Prefecture

Yamanashi Prefecture

Famous for Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchiko

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