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Experience eating "Robata-yaki" barbecue near Mt. Fuji

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In this course, you can go to local towns around Mt. Fuji, have traditional meals in old private houses built about 150 years ago, go shopping while seeing Mt. Fuji and take pictures of the splendidly beautiful Mt. Fuji.

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  • Visit secret places around Mt.Fuji that only local people know and many travelers miss seeing.
  • The old traditional restaurant that has 150 years of history and is difficult to reserve.
  • Experience the traditional food of this area. You can enjoy Robata, the way of grilling fresh ingredients.
  • Unique shopping in Lake Kawaguchi seeing spectacular Mt Fuji.
  • Take the best photos of Mt.Fuji.

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Pick-up at your accommodation or a station of your choice


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Meet your host :
Shohei
  • English (Intermediate)
  • 日本語 (Fluent)

Hi, I'm Shohei. Nce to meet you!

I work for the biggest train company as a conductor of bullet train "Shinkansen". In my experience, I show you my favorite place where you can see how locals live. The place is near Mt.Fuji. Many tourists go to see just Mt.Fuji and don't go around the area. So, I will guide you around the places that are NOT mentioned in the guide book.

Thank you,
Shohei
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Review (1)

  • Katherine Katherine

    Robota-YUMMY!!!

    I had an amazing time with Shohei, we drove around some of the familiar place and some of his "secret places" one of the secret place end up having this beautiful view of Mt. Fuji :) then ate at an awesome place Robota-yaki were it was an old school way of bbq-ing food. Shohei was a very nice and understanding. Every last penny was definitely worth it :)