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With its 3776 meters Mt Fuji is Japan’s highest mountain, a sacred national symbol and a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. The ideally shaped cone of the volcano has been an inspiration for many artists during the centuries. Although you can enjoy Mt Fuji’s beautiful shape from the Shinkansen bullet train on your way between Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto, we provide plenty of opportunities for exploring closely the mountain and its surrounding natural wonders such as Kawaguchiko (Fuji Five Lakes), Aokigahara forest and Hakone hot spring area. Choose between climbing Mt Fuji in summer, enjoying its stunning shape from a nearby hot spring or riding the thrilling rollercoasters of Fuji Q Highland theme park!

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Reviews for Mt. Fuji Tour in Japan

  • Nathan Nathan

    Mt. Fuji & Hakone 1-Day Tour with Lake Ashi Cruise

    Mt. Fuji & Hakone 1-Day Tour with Lake Ashi Cruise Great value full day out - highly recommended. Our guide Sophie was excellent and very knowledgeable. Although the weather was not great we had an enjoyable experience.

  • Renz Renz

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo My girlfriend and I went to this tour as we're having second thoughts on doing the Fuji hike on our own. It's a great experience and the guides are very helpful. Though their english is only basic and we'd like to understand something that they explain on the scenary. But overall it's nice to have them by yourside in the tour.

  • Hayley Hayley

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo Our Japanese tour guide was great. Although it says he knew very little English, he was able to converse with us and translate for us. The 6 hour climb to the hut was set at a good pace with pit stops every half hour. As i had no prior training it was perfect as we didn't tire and helped to avoid altitude sickness. A further 2 hour early morning climb to the top just in time to see the beautiful sunrise and landscape. It was amazing. Must say down was a bit more challenging than up. Can't fault the tour. We also went to the onsen after but as i have tattoos i couldn't go in.
    In terms of the add ons, i only got rain jacket & pants, boots, a headlight and walking sticks. Not everything described in the add on section. Lucky i took extra pants and a jacket (because it got cold)

  • A Khabir A Khabir

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi

    Beautiful views of Mt. Fuji 5th station and Lake Kawaguchi I decided to try this experience as it was my first time to Japan and to Mount Fuji. I did not want to waste time travelling via public transport and figuring how to go to the places I had intend to go.

    I was really pleased when Tom, our tour guide, told us that he was able to create and itinerary around the places we wanted to go. He even brought us to a place to buy fruits (the peaches were delightful) and to the world heritage center of mount fuji. These were fit in on top of the places we already planned to go.

    At the end of the tour, we chose to be dropped off at a restaurant instead of our hotel and Tom actually helped us to look for it until we found it. I found this really cool and really appreciated him doing so as he wasn't obliged to help us look for it.

    Tom is a really warm fella. He is also knowledgeable and very accommodating. I highly recommend this tour to anyone who is a first-timer or would like to have a more in-depth experience of Mount Fuji and the places around it.

  • Kay Kay

    Mt. Fuji & Hakone 1-Day Tour with Lake Ashi Cruise

    Mt. Fuji & Hakone 1-Day Tour with Lake Ashi Cruise This is a good 1 day tour to view Mount Fuji, Mount Hakone and Lake Ashi. The Japanese tour guide was wonderful, friendly, polite and very informative, speaks good English too! She gave a wonderful history of landmarks in Japan and the royal family, taught us how to count in Japanese and always there for questions. The bus driver was very cautious and gentle with his driving. Of course, the view of and on Mount Fuji, Lake Ashi and Mount Hakone was magnificent, surreal and pleasant! You have to be there to take in that beauty! We took the Shinkansen back to the city and it was an eye opener for those who have never been on the bullet train. Overall, a very very pleasant experience and definitely worth it for a 1 day tour!