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Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour with Lake Ashi Cruise Daily Departure

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On our unmissable Mt Fuji tour you will visit one of Japan's most iconic landmarks, see the breathtaking Hakone and enjoy a Lake Ashi cruise on this full-day tour around the beautiful environs, departing from and returning to Tokyo.

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  • Ride up to the 5th station to see Japan from the slopes of Fuji San
  • Cruise the nearby Lake Ashi in Hakone on a pirate ship!
  • Take the Komagatake Ropeway for a unique perspective on Mt Fuji & Hakone
  • Choose between a return with highway bus or Shinkansen bullet train
  • Guaranteed tour departures every day throughout July and August!

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Please clarify your preferred pick-up point from the list of pick-up points at the time of booking. We will send you an email with your confirmed pick-up point. You may be denied access to the tour if you do not board at your confirmed pick-up point.


Important Information

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1.When Subaru Line roadway to Mt. Fuji 5th Station is closed due to road surface freezing, the tour will be taken as high as possible.
2. The tour will not be cancelled/refunded even if Mt. Fuji is not fully visible due to weather conditions.
3. Lake Ashi Cruise or Hakone Komaga-take Ropeway may be omitted, depending on traffic or weather conditions. The following alternatives may be used: Hakone-en Aquarium, Hakone Ropeway, Owakudani valley, Hakone Sightseeing Cruise (pirate ship), Narukawa Art Museum, Hakone Sekisho (checking station) remains, Lake Kawaguchi Cruise, Lake Kawaguchi Ropeway, or Itchiku Kubota Art Museum.
4. If the minimum number of participants is not met by 4 days before a scheduled date, the tour on the date may be cancelled.
**During July & August the tour is guaranteed to go ahead every day regardless of participants. Only in the event of typhoon or other circumstance beyond our control tours might still be cancelled.**

- For bullet train return, the guided tour finishes at Odawara station where you will board the train, and you can alight at Shinagawa or Tokyo station about 7:30pm.
- For those returning by bus the tour disbands at Tokyo Station Marunouchi South Exit about 8pm.


What you need to bring

Warm clothes, the temperature drops significantly on Mt. Fuji.


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Reviews (67)

  • Kevin Kevin

    Host was awesome, summer not the time to see Mt Fuji

    Should have done my homework, but my wife wanted to go to Mt Fuji. I did not know that Summer is the worst time to see Mt Fuji. It was completely covered with clouds and the rope way in Hakone was not working. You should also mention what tour/bus company is doing the tour. Went to the wrong one first and was getting concerned when they
    could not find our reservation at the bus station.

  • Jason Jason

    Tour

    The places went were amazing unfortunately you can only spend 10 mins at each before having to leave again which is a real disappointment as you dont get to enjoy each location. On the good side the tour guide was incredible and really engaging.

  • Jackie Jackie

    Best guide

    We had a great time on the tour! Our guide was the best, so knowledgeable and kind.

  • Margaret Margaret

    A great one-day program!

    A very good and compact program for a day including Mt. Fuji, Lake Ashi, and the stunning view from the cable car at Hakone.

    My favorite part of the experience is the ride on the cable car to enjoy the beautiful scenery.

    The host is super friendly, funny, and professional. She did a great job!

    It is not that cold in June. A jacket is enough.

  • Jeff Jeff

    Long bus rides for quick tour

    Very organized tour. Giude and driver did good job catching up after traffic delays leaving Tokyo but it meant short stops off bus. Lunch was acceptable but not great. Only got about 40 mins at Fuji 5th station and barely made last ropeway to Hakune so only had 10 mins to look around there. It's a full 11 hour day with high speed train return. Taking bus back would have been torture or nap time.

  • Artem Artem

    A great tour!

    I enjoyed every minute of the tour.
    A special thanks to our guide Aki. She was amazing, very helpful and professional. I did not for a minute get bored thanks to Ali's witty remarks, songs, interesting stories and always positive attitude.
    I was happy to see Mount Fuji which thankfully was not hiding behind the clouds and enjoyed the incredible view from Mount Hakone.
    The tour was totally worth the money I paid.

  • Allan Dell Allan Dell

    Good Experience

    Seeing Mt Fuji at station give was really nice but short, should be nice if it can be extended longer but overall experience was really good 😊 will recommend to friends!

  • Tanya Tanya

    Fun fun fun

    I really liked our tour guide, Atsushi Inoue. He was humorous. The only problem was that we had to hurry every time since we got stuck in a traffic jam on the way.

  • Mario Mario

    Amazing tour, food and sightseeing

    The tour was very organized and punctual! The view of Fuji is spectacular from distance! Also the cruise was worderdul!

  • Maria Madonna Maria Madonna

    We were very delighted to get a good view of Mt. Fuji before it rained in the afternoon.

    Saika-san was a very courteous and effective tour guide. Her briefing during the trip was very informative, she was also funny and very polite. We had a clear view of Mt. Fuji at the Observation Deck. The set lunch at the Premium. The itinerary was completed in time. Thank you!

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