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2-Day tour climbing up Japan's highest mountain, Mt. Fuji, to see the beautiful sunrise at the top of the mountain! With the special features of this tour, enjoy fully mountaineering as well as shopping & eating and experience a hot spring bath!

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  • Experience 2-Day Bus tour with climbing Mt.Fuji
  • See the beautiful and fascinating sunrise at the Mt. Fuji summit
  • Visit not only Mt. Fuji but also Gotemba premium outlet and enjoy a hot spring
  • Satisfaction with special features such as English-speaking tour conductor as well as a mountain guide and traveler's insurance

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Shinjuku Center Building east side near Shinjuku Station west exit, Tokyo


Important Information

Notes:
-The Onsen won't accept guests with tattoos.
-Lunch expense for day 2 is not included in the tour.
-There is no vegetarian menu option offered.
-Children who are 3-year-old and up will be charged full adult admission. Infants under 2-year-old who do not require a seat are free of charge.

-Be sure to come to the designated meeting places punctually upon returning from each activity spot and the toilet breaks. The bus will depart as scheduled regardless attendance. There will be no refunds nor can we offer assistance for alternative methods of transportation in exchange for buses missed due to failure to return on time.
-Tours will run regardless the visibility of Mt.Fuji. Mt.Fuji may not be visible due to weather conditions. This will not qualify as a reason for refunds.
-It is possible to leave the group at places other than the getting-off points, but after informing the tour conductor, sign a form verifying that you are leaving the ground.
-The Mt. Fuji Climbing Tour bus is the only space for customers to stow their rucksacks and other carry-on luggage. In the event that customers leave the group midway, suitcases and other luggage on the bus can not be kept. It is necessary to send luggage to hotels or other lodging beforehand.
-All times posted are rough estimates. Times will vary due to weather and traffic conditions, the stamina of tour participants, and other reasons. Please be understanding. In particular, bus arrival may be delayed due to traffic, so allow for some leeway in your schedule after arrival.
-Participants are not allowed to board/get off the bus at other places which is not registered as boarding/arrival place for the tour.


What you need to bring

Please bring your own things that are necessary for mountaineering, including:
- Towels (2 or more)
- Oxygen
- Sunblock & Sunglasses
- Coins/Cash (Particularly 100 JPY coins, when buying water, snacks, oxygen canisters and using pay toilets)
- Food for activity (jelly drink , chocolate, dried fruit, etc.)
- Garbage bag
- Canteens and plastic bottles
- Anti-cold gear
- Underwear and the like

Things listed below are included in the "Gears and Equipment Rental"option.
If you select the basic plan, make sure to bring these:
- Rucksacks
- Stocks
- Rain gear
- Headlamp
- Climbing boots


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Reviews (3)

  • ZINO ZINO

    Wonderful Experience^^

    Nice Weather! Nice Tour Guide!
    Thanks a lot!
    I took a video from a drone, record the sunrise @Mt.Fuji.
    Hope everyone like it^^

    https://youtu.be/BZJBAFK2Z30

  • Jann Jann

    Jaw Dropping View!

    Wonderful hike. The hike was not easy but the guide made sure that we ascend at a comfortable pace. He took breaks every 30 - 40 minutes hike. All the guides spoke good English and helped us to get to the summit. The guides ensured that we are all safe at any point in time.

  • Sophie Sophie

    Perfect for First-Time Hikers, Wonderful Experience

    Really the best possible way to climb Fuji. It is a long climb (though certainly not impossible) and the view, along with the stars (no light pollution!) and the clouds are the best of rewards. As a first-time hiker (let alone mountain climber!) this was a reassuring way to venture into the unknown, and the tour group was full of fantastic people. Good pace. The guides were knowledgeable and took many precautions for our safety (helmets, hiking instructions and tips, demonstrations on proper walking and breathing technics, etc). The food was quite good, and the stay in the mountain hut really flatters the adventurous spirit. Also impressed that there WAS a vegetarian option. Really the best way to climb, and again, cannot recommend this tour enough!

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