People want to come and see the great figure of Mt. Fuji all the time. There are many different locations, from which you can view different images on Mt. Fuji.
Mt. Fuji has long been the center of mountain worship of ancient Japan. Today, it is a popular mountain to climb, and many people climb Mt. Fuji to watch the sunrise called Goraiko from the top. Access to the 5th station is well maintained, so you can go up to this point and thoroughly enjoy the magnificence of Mt. Fuji by just looking at the beautiful sight and its surrounding environment close at hand from May to Nov without having to climb all the way to the top.
Parts of Shizuoka City offer nice views of Mount Fuji, especially from around the Shimizu Port area. The Nihondaira Plateau offers an elevated view of Mount Fuji together with the rolling green tea fields and urban Shimizu Porttown below. It is often combined with a visit to Kunozan Toshogu Shrine.
Miho Beach is a three kilometer long, pine tree lined beach along a peninsula on the western coast of Suruga Bay. Famous for the views of its pebbly shoreline in combination with Mount Fuji, Miho Beach was recently added to the list of Japan's UNESCO World Heritage Sites together with Mount Fuji for this very reason.
You can enjoy the great view on Mt. Fuji from diferent angles as well as in different seasons.