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Great Mt.Fuji viewing spot : GOTENBA Premium Outlets

The Gotemba Premium Outlets are Japan's most popular and largest outlet mall, located in Gotemba City. Seen from Gotenba City right at the base of Mt. Fuji, the Mountain looks even bigger and because of that Gotenba City is the popular sight-seeing spot. Gotenba Premium Outlets were opened in this popular city and it has been attracting more visitors from both within and outside Japan.

For those who are not determined yet to climb up the high Mt. Fuji on foot, I would like to recommend Gotenba Premium Outlets for Mt. Fuji viewing as well as a day of great shopping. A free shuttle bus operates between the mall and JR Mishima Station (bullet train station). JR Bus Kanto also operates direct buses ("Gotemba Premium Outlet Liner") from Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station and Shinagawa Stations to the Gotemba Premium Outlets.

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