Oishi Park, Yamanashi
- Address: Japan, 〒401-0305 Yamanashi-ken, Minamitsuru-gun, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Ōishi, ２５８５−2 地先
- Tags: Park
About Oishi Park, Yamanashi
No place is more fun and relaxing than Oishi Park in the beautiful city of Yamanashi. TripHobo will give you all the information needed to plan your outing here.
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Oishi Park Information
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With plenty of places to visit in the Yamanashi, make sure you grab a bite at the nearby restaurants serving delicious desserts, coffees or some special delicacies of the Japan. And if want to treat yourself to a special experience, you can also try some international cuisines!
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Accommodation Near Oishi Park
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Things to Know Before Visiting Oishi Park
72.41% of people who visit Yamanashi include Oishi Park in their plan
42.86% of people plan their visit to Oishi Park around 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Oishi Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Oishi Park
People normally also visit Itchiku Kubota Art Museum while planning their trip to Oishi Park.
Oishi Park, Yamanashi Reviews
definitely a must visit if you're in the area. great spots to snap really good (far away) photos of Mt. Fuji, and if the flowers are blooming .. its also a great photo opportunity. the souvenier shops there too are pretty decently priced, with a great range of ideas.
Not the same experience during winter or summer. Best view of the mountain will be during summer. Still great with awesome Ice cream and Crepe.
Very beautiful garden and the ideal place to take photos of Mount Fuji. No entrance fees. Different seasons will have different colours, I went in the summer so it wasn't as colourful but it's still worth going. I recommend walking there from the bridge because you'll see Mount Fuji from different perspectives.
It's a nice spot to get a clear view of Mt Fuji across the lake, however we regretted going instead of visiting some of the other attractions. We went on 9th November and we either missed the red bushes or we were too early. The rest of the plants were not great to look at (that's more due to the time of the year rather than a comment against the staff that looks after them). The food was quite expensive (a half rockmelon/cantaloupe with soft serve ice cream cost ¥2000 while the exact same thing cost ¥900 near the Maple Corridor), soft serve cone was ¥350 for a single flavour (was tasty though). It's at the end of the red line sightseeing bus and worth a visit if you have spare time there and just wants to sit next to the lake and gaze at Mt Fuji. No entry fee. Also does not have grass or clear space for little ones to play in.
the place had beautiful fuji mountain view but its unlucky for me at that time the view ita blocked by cloud🤦🏽♂️