Yamanashi Prefectural Fujisan World Heritage Center


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About the Center

Facilities Guide

Yamanashi prefecture newly established the South Hall as “Yamanashi Prefectural Fujisan World Heritage Center, which opened in June 2016. The center takes the lead in providing information on Fujisan’s outstanding universal value to many people visiting the World Heritage site Fujisan, and in preserving and managing the Site.

Facilities Size

Building site area

Approx. 27,600㎡

Total floor space

  • South Hall (Fujisan World Heritage Center Bldg.) 1,498.61㎡, Two-storied in part
  • North Hall (Fujisan Visitor Center Bldg.) 1,670㎡. Two-storied
    Connecting corridor 36.00㎡
    Total 3,204.61㎡

Constituent rooms

  • South Hall: Exhibition facility mainly on “Culture” (charged)
    Exhibition room, library/reference room, multipurpose hall, meeting room, etc.
  • North Hall: Exhibition facility mainly on “Nature” (free of charge)
    Information (JNTO certified tourist information center - Category 2), Exhibition room (HD screen, “Nature” section, World Heritage guidance section, and Event space), Seminar room, Restaurant, Shop, etc., with exhibition floor area: 470㎡)


Nature observation path


  • To be a central facility that introduces clearly the value of World Heritage Site in an environment making visitors feel diverse natural beauty of Fujisan.
  • To be environmentally friendly as a facility within a national park, by having external appearance that is in harmony with Fujisan and other surrounding natural landscapes, and through the reduction of environmental impact.
  • To try not to spoil Fujisan’s view seen from major spots of observation, while considering to be blended in existing facilities at the same time.