(View from the property)
Beautiful property with full Mt. Fuji view is now for sale in Fujigane, Fujikawaguchiko-cho,
Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi prefecture.
Resident lot(land) 990m2
Agri land 19800m2 (massive land)
20min to the shopping mall
20min to Kawaguchiko Station/Fuji Q Highland
Rural pastoral town, Expansive views
2hrs to Tokyo – door to door
You can turn the house into a hotel and get a hotel license.
(*Additional investment is required)
The area receives tens of thousands of foreign tourists every year and it could be
a lucrative business.
Mt Fuji views 90% visibility.
360-degree panorama view
(Mt. Fuji and Kawaguchi-ko lake near the property)
Large Main House – Good Condition
Attached garage – Can Convert to Living Space
Shed (2) & Greenhouse (2)
The state boasts massive agriculture land and handsome house.
You will experience a truly memorable stay in the massive pastoral property.
It provides full-time Mt. Fuji view.
Full ownership (freehold)
Non-Japanese can buy it without any restriction
Price tag:32.5 million yen (U$325K)
It is now under offer to a foreign investor but not exclusive.
If you are interested, please let us know.
(View from the property)
Tourist attractions nearby:
FUJI-Q ISLAND (Amusement park)
Amusement park filled with world-class entertainments that both young people and family can enjoy.
In 1996, “FUJIYAMA”, which was certified a Guinness World Record for the height, the difference in elevation and the speed, opened, and started “Dodonpa”,
which was the fastest at 172km/h at that time in 2001 and “Super Scary Labyrinth of Fear”, which was the longest-running haunted house in the world. In 2006,
It started a roller coaster “Eejanaika”, which has the highest number of spins in the world, and in 2008 started “Nagashimasuka”, whose signature is the world’s largest
lucky cat pair covered with gold leaves, which is certified as the biggest lucky cat in the world. In 2011, the Guinness-certified roller coaster “Takabisha”,
which had the steepest drop in the world at 121°, was opened, and in 2017, roller coaster “Dodonpa” was renewed to “Do・dodonpa”, which has the world’s fastest acceleration.
Fuji Five Lakes
The Fuji Five Lakes (富士五湖, Fujigoko) are made up of Lake Kawaguchiko, Lake Yamanakako, Lake Saiko, Lake Shojiko and
Lake Motosuko at the northern base of Mount Fuji.
Lake Saiko (西湖) is smaller and much less developed than neighbouring Lake Kawaguchiko.
Most visited in Fuji Five Lakes is Kawaguchiko.
Lake Kawaguchiko (河口湖) is the most easily accessible of the Fuji Five Lakes with train and direct bus connections to Tokyo.
A hot spring resort town with various tourist attractions
and views of Mount Fuji is located around the lake’s eastern end, while the northern and western shores are mostly undeveloped.
(Yamanashi ‘Hoto noodle’)
(Tourism promotion video by Kawaguchi-town where the property is located)
Quote from the article in The Straight Times on March 18, 2019.
“According to the Yamanashi prefectural government, the area received about 32.16 million tourists, including domestic tourists, in 2017,
thanks to an increase in the number of foreign visitors to Mount Fuji, a Unesco World Heritage site, and to Lake Kawaguchi.”
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