Lake Kawaguchi is a lake formed by the spread of magma after the eruption of Mount Fuji that blocked the river. It is one of Five Fuji Lakes (Lake Kawaguchi, Lake Yamanaka, Western Lake, Lake Motosu and Lake Shouji).
March 3 is the exclusive festival for Japanese girls, and is also known as Doll’s Day, Kamibushi, Girls' Day or Peach Blossom Festival. On this day, families with daughters will dress their daughters in beautiful kimonos and set up platforms to display a set of ornamental dolls.
fragrance is one of the traditional Japanese art traditions transmitted to Japan during the Tang Dynasty of China, and together with the "tea ceremony", "flower ceremony", and "book ceremony" form the “Four Streams of Japanese Traditional Arts”.
Kawazu Sakura is the earliest species of cherry blossom blooming in Japan, which blooms from February to early March every year. In 1955, Ms. Katsumi Iida who lived in Kawazu-cho discovered the species on the bank of Kawazu River and brought it home for planting. In 1974.