{"center":{"lat":35.161484,"lng":138.67622},"northeast":{"lat":35.35909664595295,"lng":138.8119822356973},"southwest":{"lat":35.11497359835455,"lng":138.5579818221741},"id":902,"visited":false,"current_place":{"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.place.2.off.png","name":"Fuji"}}

Place Fuji

Fuji (富士市, Fuji-shi) is a city in eastern Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 December 2019, the city had an estimated population of 245,015 in 106,087 households, and a population density of 1,000 persons per km2. The total area of the city is 244.95 square kilometers (94.58 sq mi). Fuji is the third largest city in terms of population in Shizuoka Prefecture, trailing Hamamatsu and Shizuoka.

Keep track of the places you have been, log in.
[{"center":{"lat":"35.668278","lng":"138.570933"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_brutalism.2.off.png","name":"Yamanashi Press and Broadcasting Center (today: Yamanashi Cultural Center)","post_type":"site_brutalism","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_brutalism\/yamanashi-press-and-broadcasting-center-today-yamanashi-cultural-center\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.264564","lng":"139.152154"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"The Hydrangea Train","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/the-hydrangea-train\/"},{"center":{"lat":"34.746966","lng":"138.992602"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Kawazu Sakura Festival","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/kawazu-sakura-festival\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.615745","lng":"138.980227"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Saruhashi Bridge","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/saruhashi-bridge\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.006649","lng":"139.074202"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_brutalism.2.off.png","name":"Dr. Minezaki House (Dragon Fort)","post_type":"site_brutalism","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_brutalism\/dr-minezaki-house-dragon-fort\/"},{"center":{"lat":"34.791932","lng":"138.93915"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/kawazu-nanadaru-loop-bridge\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.47524","lng":"138.667052"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Ice Cave in the Suicide Forest","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/ice-cave-in-the-suicide-forest\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.474928","lng":"138.666969"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Wind and Ice Caves","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/wind-and-ice-caves\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.4973138","lng":"138.7551994"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.place.2.off.png","name":"Fujikawaguchiko","post_type":"place","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/place\/fujikawaguchiko\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.657055","lng":"138.743049"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Daizenji ‘Grape Temple’","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/daizenji-grape-temple\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.2323825","lng":"139.1069355"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.place.2.off.png","name":"Hakone","post_type":"place","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/place\/hakone\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.192356","lng":"139.026349"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Hakone Checkpoint","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/hakone-checkpoint\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.3608333333","lng":"138.7275000000"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_whs.2.off.png","name":"Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration","post_type":"site_whs","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_whs\/fujisan-sacred-place-and-source-of-artistic-inspiration\/"},{"center":{"lat":"35.202236","lng":"139.048771"},"visited":false,"icon":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/wordpress\/wp-content\/themes\/tpihb\/markers\/marker.site_ao.2.off.png","name":"Amazake-chaya Tea House","post_type":"site_ao","url":"https:\/\/theplacesihavebeen.com\/site_ao\/amazake-chaya-tea-house\/"}]
Brutalism 1961
57.15km
Yamanashi Press and Broadcasting Center (today: Yamanashi Cultural Center)
Atlas Obscura 2018
44.73km
The Hydrangea Train

Discover The Hydrangea Train in Odawara, Japan: Coast along one of Japan’s mountain railways for coveted views of magnificent hydrangeas.

Atlas Obscura 2018
54.37km
Kawazu Sakura Festival

Discover Kawazu Sakura Festival in Kawazu, Japan: Cherry blossom season comes early in this Japanese town where pink flowers line the streets and riverbanks.

Atlas Obscura 2020
57.54km
Saruhashi Bridge

Discover Saruhashi Bridge in Otsuki, Japan: According to legends, this bridge was crafted after monkeys formed a body-bridge across the gorge.

Brutalism
40.1km
Dr. Minezaki House (Dragon Fort)
Atlas Obscura 2018
47.57km
Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge

Discover Kawazu Nanadaru Loop Bridge in Kawazu, Japan: An ingenious solution to a tricky engineering problem, this spiraling bridge takes drivers for a dizzying spin.

Atlas Obscura 2017
34.9km
Ice Cave in the Suicide Forest

Discover Narusawa Hyoketsu (Ice Cave) in Narusawa-mura, Japan: A 70-foot-deep ice cave formed by lava from Mt. Fuji on the edge of Japan's "Suicide Forest." .

Atlas Obscura 2020
34.86km
Wind and Ice Caves

Discover Wind and Ice Caves in Narusawa, Japan: This pair of subterranean caves were crafted by an ancient eruption of Mount Fuji.

Place
38.02km
Fujikawaguchiko
Atlas Obscura 2019
55.44km
Daizenji ‘Grape Temple’

Discover Daizenji 'Grape Temple' in Koshu, Japan: A monk-run winery inside a Buddhist temple celebrates Japan's crown grape varietal.

Place
39.92km
Hakone
Atlas Obscura 2020
32.01km
Hakone Checkpoint

Discover Hakone Checkpoint in Hakone, Japan: A recreation of the historical checkpoint that once served as the gateway to Tokyo.

World Heritage Site 2013
22.65km
Fujisan, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration

The beauty of the solitary, often snow-capped, stratovolcano, known around the world as Mount Fuji, rising above villages and tree-fringed sea and lakes has long been the object of pilgrimages and inspired artists and poets. The inscribed property consi…

Atlas Obscura 2020
34.16km
Amazake-chaya Tea House

Discover Amazake-chaya Tea House in Hakone, Japan: This teahouse's specialty has been unchanged for over 400 years.

Leave a Reply