Lake Kawaguchi

Fuji Kawaguchiko Cherry Blossom Festival 2022 Dates: Early April to Mid April 2022 It’s difficult to think of anywhere more incredible to see the Japanese cherry blossoms than at Mount Fuji itself. The Fuji Five lakes area is a hugely popular place to visit during this season. The festival is at the north shore of Lake Kawaguchi, and you can stay after sunset to enjoy the illuminated trees and evening festivities. Here you’ll find the unique sakura onigiri, a rice ball made with salted cherry blossoms, as well as sakura mochi, a sweet and squishy bite-sized dessert. Settling down for a picnic here is a must — the view is so picturesque. And don’t forget to check out this region’s bonus festival: the Fuji Shibazakura, or Pink Moss Festival, that is held just 3km from Lake Motosuko and invites visitors to walk and picnic amongst a blanket of vibrant pink flowers, perfectly contrasting the iconic crisp blue mountain.

Cherry Blossom Festival Japan Dates: April 15 to April 25 2021 ; Fuji Shibazakura Festival ; Kawaguchiko Train Station then bus to Kawaguchiko Sarumawashi Theater It’s difficult to think of anywhere more incredible to see the Japanese cherry blossoms than at Mount Fuji itself. The Fuji Five lakes area is a hugely popular place to visit during this season. The festival is at the north shore of Lake Kawaguchi, and you can stay after sunset to enjoy the illuminated trees and evening festivities. Here you’ll find the unique sakura onigiri, a rice ball made with salted cherry blossoms, as well as sakura mochi, a sweet and squishy bite-sized dessert. Settling down for a picnic here is a must — the view is so picturesque. And don’t forget to check out this region’s bonus festival: the Fuji Shibazakura, or Pink Moss Festival, that is held just 3km from Lake Motosuko and invites visitors to walk and picnic amongst a blanket of vibrant pink flowers, perfectly contrasting the iconic crisp blue mountain.

Cherry Blossom Festival Japan Dates: April 15 to April 25 2021 ; Fuji Shibazakura Festival ; Kawaguchiko Train Station then bus to Kawaguchiko Sarumawashi Theater It’s difficult to think of anywhere more incredible to see the Japanese cherry blossoms than at Mount Fuji itself. The Fuji Five lakes area is a hugely popular place to visit during this season. The festival is at the north shore of Lake Kawaguchi, and you can stay after sunset to enjoy the illuminated trees and evening festivities. Here you’ll find the unique sakura onigiri, a rice ball made with salted cherry blossoms, as well as sakura mochi, a sweet and squishy bite-sized dessert. Settling down for a picnic here is a must — the view is so picturesque. And don’t forget to check out this region’s bonus festival: the Fuji Shibazakura, or Pink Moss Festival, that is held just 3km from Lake Motosuko and invites visitors to walk and picnic amongst a blanket of vibrant pink flowers, perfectly contrasting the iconic crisp blue mountain.

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