Mihono-Matsubara, which is located in Shizuoka Prefecture and faces Suruga Bay, was registered as a component of the World Cultural Heritage Site in 2013, because it has been closely related to Mount Fuji, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration. However, the change of the relationships between Mihono-Matsubara and Mount Fuji has not been made clear. The purpose of this study is: 1) to clarify the change of relationship between Mount Fuji and Mihono-Matsubara through painting and printing analysis; 2) to capture the visitor’s landscape recognition in modern times through questionnaire survey; 3) to consider the future direction of conservation and management of the cultural landscape at Mihono-Matsubara area. As a result, the whole period from Muromachi era to modern times can be divided into four parts (faith period, composition period, human works period, theme period). In addition to this, it was suggested that the recognition of landscape of Mount Fuji and Mihono-Matsubara changed from what has the religious meaning to what placed more weight on the visual landscape. It is considered that the cultural landscape at Miho area should be managed based on such a change.