Visit Yamanashi Prefecture

The Yamanashi Prefecture of Japan is located to the west of Tokyo and is known for its beautiful mountains, lakes, and famous hot springs. It's a popular destination for tourists looking to get away from busy city life. There are many places to explore in Yamanashi including Mount Fuji, one of the most iconic symbols of Japan with its stunning views from the summit. In addition, tourists often visit Lake Kawaguchi or one of the many hot springs resorts scattered throughout the prefecture such as Spa Resort Hawaiians in Kofu City.

Yamanashi is also home to many historical sites, such as Katsunuma Winery where wine production has been going on since 1630! The nearby village Narusawa features a 1,200 year old cave called the "Goddess' Cave," which is said to have been visited by ancient priests for rituals or meditation.

No matter what type of vacation you're looking for - sightseeing, relaxation or adventure - you'll find something special in Yamanashi Prefecture.

Cities in Yamanashi Prefecture

Kōfu, Hokuto, Fujikawaguchiko, Ryūō, Ōtsuki, Isawa, Nirasaki, Enzan, Fujiyoshida, Uenohara