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  • Lauren Lauren

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo Easily the highlight of our Japan experience. We had a biggish group of about 20 ranging from all ages from all around the globe. Most of us picked up our hiking equipment with the tour group. Everything was super easy and I highly recommend hiring equipment unless you are planning on more hiking throughout Japan. Lots of different sizes, everything worn but clean and in very good condition and they make you try it all on before you leave to make sure you have the right sizes.

    Our guide, Ken was amazing, limited English but very keen to speak to everyone and made sure we were all very well looked after. Super patient and catered for both the strongest and the weakest in the group.

    All the huts are well looked after and well stocked for everything you might need but I do recommend bringing your own food/water/sports drinks. Bring lots of small change for using the toilets or getting your climbing stick stamped as well. The hut we stayed in was comfortable and warm with a hearty dinner.

    The hike up is tough (for beginners like us) and it was VERY hot and sweaty work (we climbed up at the beginning of August) but so well worth it to see the sunset at the very peak of Fuji the next morning. It did feel a bit rushed getting to the top, climbing around the crater and then all of a sudden we were instructed to start the climb down. We would have liked a bit more time to soak up the experience but we didn't want the group to leave us behind.

    The onsen at the end of the trip would have been a lovely experience but both my husband and I have tattoos and we were not allowed to go into the baths. This was super disappointing and a pain having to wait for everyone. Had I have known beforehand I would have organised another way back to Tokyo but you live and learn.

    I can't recommend this experience enough. Even if you are an experienced hiker, the organisation around transfers, equipment hire, hut stay and onsen is more then enough reason to book this trip.

  • Beatrice Beatrice

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo It’s a remarkable hike that everyone has to stay together during the hiking and the tour guide speaks almost perfect English. The pace is slow and steady ( excellent) and the guide make sure all of us is safe and sound. I wouldn’t make it to the top and return if it’s not because of the guide. Japanese gives full responsible in whichever professions they are working.

    The downside of the trip -We don’t have long rest or chilling time because we are running on schedule - catching the dinner, catching the sunrise, catching the return bus. Only 5-10 mins break and a total of 5 breaks.

    The overnight hut was small, narrow bed as such you touch each other shoulder but it’s just for 4 hours nap. Drinks are super expensive (500jpy) but we will pay to prevent dehydration anyway.

    Recommend the trip for those who has hiking stamina but not those who’s reluctant to endure. Overall the hike experience is about the Japanese culture, the shooting stars and the super quick sun rise at the peak of the Mount Fuji. The journey of the hike is not sceneric but it’s really worth with the experience we gained and not exchangeable by money

  • Adam Adam

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo

    Mt Fuji Climbing Tour – Overnight Guided Hike from Tokyo I am not a sporty person, but believe me, I did hike Mount Fuji and so I think everyone can too especially if you are still young. It's doable.

    But please, bring at least 2 Hershey's chocolate bar (or smallish snack), to eat when you somewhat feel hungry. It greatly help, but it doesn't have to be Hershey's tho (I just like chocolate). Also, at minimum 2 550ml bottled water will help! And prepare your gears well, especially it's quite cold when you hike at 1AM! IF I were to hike again I'd bring 4 chocolate bars! And enjoy the third one at a sunrise alone. Oh, it'd be good if you bring with you around 3000 yen of cash; toilets are 200 yen usually, a corn soup is 400 yen, and so on just in case you want to eat some ramen that can cost 1000 yen (it's in Mt. Fuji so I hope it's understandable why). You may donate 1000 yen for a preservation cause if you want too, so rounded up to 4000 yen.

    So for me, I think this trip let me realize one important thing: making a small step is enough, keep going! I definitely will say yes to repeat the past 2 days, so lucky to meet 2 strangers which we became friend immediately, and make fun of our trips and our struggles. Definitely having one of the best time!

    Enjoy! Blue-team!

  • Robert Robert

    Mount Fuji 2-Day Climbing Tour

    Mount Fuji 2-Day Climbing Tour Nice contents! I rented climbing boots and poles. It saved me so I think it’s well worth having the equipment rental package. This tour includes delicious meals, I ordered vegetarian one for a day and both of them are delicious. This tour is overall very good and seemed to meet everybody’s needs.

  • Michael Michael

    Mount Fuji 2-Day Climbing Tour

    Mount Fuji 2-Day Climbing Tour I wasn’t sure how I could possibly make it to the summit of the highest mountain in Japan as a first-time hiker not being able to speak Japanese. I’m so glad to find this tour, offering good support and English-speaking guide. I could also experience and learn a bit about Japanese culture and history. The guide lead us at a comfortable pace and the hot spring was so good to heal my tired body from the hike. If you are worried about the hike, try this tour because I did it!