Fuji cemetery park

Sightseeing information about Fuji cemetery park in Japan.

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A park graveyard with 230 hectare site surrounded by flowers and greenery at the foot of Mt. Fuji, about 8,000 cherry trees such as Fuji Sakura and Somei-yoshino planted in the cemetery entrance path, this place is chosen as one of the Japan top 100 Sakura sights, it is crowded with 100,000 people when it is in full bloom in the middle of April.
Besides these plants there are seasonal flowers such as Japanese apricot (ume) and azaleas will show its beauty.

By Car: 10 minutes from Suganuma intersection to Sukuba at Japan National Route 246, turn right at the intersection with signboard and 5 minutes along the road
By Bus: 25 minutes from JR Suruga Oyama station and Gotemba station to Bus stop "Fuji cemetery park (Fuji-reien)"

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4.0a week ago

A sombre and iconic Cemetery with highly manicured lawns, landscape and endless rows of Sakura trees. If you are here for admiring the annual Spring Sakura blossoms, highly recommend to arrive as close as possible to opening time as it will start to fill up and get busy very quickly.

This is a very large Cemetery and you can easily get lost, there is a complimentary bus that roams the whole Cemetery. Along with many toilets dotted around. Parking is free, however it is highly recommended that you only park in the designated parking spots.

3.0a month ago

I visited this place today Feb. 21,2021 very quite. No Cherry blossom yet. Very nice place.

5.0a year ago

Line of Sakura so stunning, worst to go this place, have a ton of free parking lot

4.04 years ago

Very large cemetery with wonderful looking cherry blossoms during spring. Parking is free of charge.

4.05 months ago

It is a vast reien located about 16km east of Mt. Fuji. It is a public interest incorporated foundation established in 1965. There are large restaurants and private rooms in the Fujimi Kaikan and the annex. There is also a separate chapel where you can hold ceremonies.
The Japan Writers' Association has built a "literary tomb" in the reien. There is a literary hermitage (Futatsutei) near the administration building, and portraits of literary figures by Takeyoshi Tanuma are on display (as of 2020).
Most of the graveyards have unified standards, and they are orderly and refreshing, and everyone has an equal impression. A lot of big carps swim in the gourd pond park in the center, and there is a lotus pond of Oga Hass where you can relax.
There is an Odakyu grave visit bus tour from Shinjuku (reservation required, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, etc.), and if it is smooth, it will arrive in 2 hours, but on weekends Tomei is usually crowded. The holiday season can take up to 4 hours.
Chuo-dori, which is lined with giant cherry trees, has been selected as one of Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. It is spectacular when it is in full bloom, but it is crowded with cherry blossom viewing cars.

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