Along the "Kintaro Fujimi Line", and this is one of the photographing points of Mt. Fuji.
From an atmosphere that will make people want to shout out unintentionally toward Mt. Fuji, which towers greatly before your eyes, this hill was named "Oath Hill".
It is also popular as a power spot with the saying that if you ring the "bell of oath" set on the hill and lock a heart-shaped monument, that oath will always be fulfilled.
There is the "Literature monument of Jiro Nitta" who loved Mt. Fuji, and it is bustling with people as a place for relaxation and refreshment for hikers.
Many cameramen visit this place in spring and autumn to shoot "Diamond Fuji".
Access by Car: Oyama Town Office - Prefectural road Route 365 (Kintaro Fujimi Line) towards Kanagawa for about 15 minutes
Airport/Sta.Ashigara St. (about 1.8km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
3.02 months ago
It was closed
3.0in the last week
There is nothing, but there are few people and you can talk slowly while looking at Mt. Fuji, and it is recommended that the calming time flows slowly. Great for taking pictures. You can indulge in yourself, and you will miss people, I recommend
4.04 weeks ago
It's a scenic hill.
There was nothing in the park, it was like a resting place.
There is a bell, there is a place where a couple locks it, it feels like Shonandaira.
I think that many people go by car because the place is only a place, but it feels like a middle point of the pass, and it feels like taking a break after seeing the scenery for a while.
The pampas grass was beautiful in autumn, and I could see a fantastic view during the sunset time.
It's possible to stop by when you pass by.
5.0a week ago
The view of Mt. Fuji is the best.
The toilet is a type that does not produce water and a type that produces bubbles for cleaning. It seems that there is no water supply facility and you cannot wash your hands, so you should bring alcoholic hand wipes.
3.02 weeks ago
Is it a new object when you visit after a long time? A clean toilet was installed. There were clouds over Mt. Fuji, but the cityscape seen from this height is a masterpiece.