・Due to snowfall on Mt. Fuji, there have been accidents such as people falling and other dangerous incidents. ※Japanese website
・The climbing trails （from the 5th station to the summit） have been all closed for winter.
The Fujisan Skyline (climbing section), the area between the Tarobo Entrance and the Gotemba New 5th Station, and the Fuji Azami Line are all currently closed (no traffic allowed) for winter.
The area between the Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station (near the roundabout) and the Yoshidaguchi 5th Station (near Sato Goya) is closed (no traffic allowed) for winter.
Please check the site below for traffic conditions on the toll section of the Fuji Subaru Line.
Link to the "Fujisan Toll Road Fuji Subaru Line" ※Japanese website
Mt.Fuji Volcanic Alert Level
Level 1: Be mindful that Mt.Fuji is potentially active
The northern foot of Mt.Fuji(From Biodiversity Center of Japan)
The northern foot of Mt.Fuji(From Fuji Hokuroku Flux Obsevation Site)
Lakeside of Lake Tanukiko