From the JR Chuo Line Kobuchizawa Station, a round trip bus connecting Fujimicho to Haramura. The bus is available during the summer season and runs along the Yatsugatake Highland. It is a convenient bus to go out to various tourist spots while enjoying the scenery from the windows. The main stops are Super Yamato (supermarket which sells lunchbox, vegetables, sweets etc.), Roadside Station Kobuchizawa, Yatsugatake Outlet, Fujimi Higland Resort (comprehensive facilities of the flower park with chair lifts & carts, hot springs, lodgings, restaurants), Okkototei (soba restaurant), Yatsugatake Shizenbunkaen (planetarium, natural park), etc. The bus also stops at other accommodations and hotels for your convenience. Please visit and enjoy the colorful southern Yatsugatake nature. The bus runs not only for summer leisure but also for autumn seasons. Please ask a conductor on the bus to purchase a one-day pass (¥1200) you can get on and off as many times as you like in one day.

Operation dates in 2017: July 22 - August 27 and Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays in September and October.
Price: depends on where you get on the bus. For more details please visit our website or brochure.
Website: https: // (Japanese)


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