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Discover some of Japan’s most famous highlights on a full-day guided tour from Tokyo. Travel to...
11 hours 30 minutes
Visit Japan's iconic Mt Fuji, cruise Lake Ashi and ride the Mt Komagatake Ropeway on this popul...
Take a full day excursion from Tokyo to the Mt Fuji area, first traveling by coach up the slope...
Escape the big-city bustle to explore Mt Fuji, stay in scenic Hakone then zoom back to Tokyo by...
See the iconic highlights of Japan on a 3-day guided tour to Mt Fuji, Kyoto and Nara. Visit rev...
Experience the splendor of Japan’s highest mountain on a 9-hour coach tour to Mount Fuji from Tokyo....
9 hours 30 minutes
Discover the World Heritage listed Mt. Fuji, Japan’s highest and most majestic mountain. Durin...
Combine a visit to Mt Fuji with a bullet train ride and Kyoto sightseeing on this activity-fill...
11 hours 30 minutes
Visit Japan’s iconic Mt Fuji and nearby Aokigahara Forest on a day trip from Tokyo. Discover th...
Escape Tokyo for a day of admiring some of Japan’s most scenic sights on this 10-hour tour. wit...
Get a true glimpse into Japanese culture, tradition and natural beauty on an overnight tour fro...
Visiting Mt Fuji is a must-do experience when you're in Tokyo, but most people only stop for th...
Experience the scenic splendor of Japan’s highest Japanese mountain on a 12-hour tour to Mount Fuji ...
Get up close to Japan’s most iconic mountain with a drive up to Mt Fuji’s 5th Station, and emba...
2 days / 1 night
Marvel at majestic Mt Fuji, ride hair-raising roller coasters at Fuji-Q Highland, relax at a na...
Get out of Tokyo with a one-day excursion to Mt.Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi, the most popular desti...
On this one day Hakone tour, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Mt Fuji with the wilderness and ...
Mount Fuji, about 100 kilometres to the southwest of Tokyo, is an active volcano and the highest mountain in Japan with a height of 3776 metres.
Mount Fuji, about 100 kilometres to the southwest of Tokyo, is an active volcano and the highest mountain in Japan with a height of 3776 metres. One of the most popular tourist sites in Asia, it is a sacred Shinto site and one of Japan’s 'Three Holy Mountains'. Book a day tour to this iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore the area for great views of the pristine Japanese countryside. Relax at the Yamanakako village at the foot of the mountain, and wallow in the warm waters of the onsen (hot spring). Go up to the 5th Station if you are not interested in climbing till the summit. The Fuji Visitor Center has a museum and exhibits on the geophysical and cultural history of Mt Fuji. Return to Tokyo in the evening on a Shinkansen or bullet train.
You can choose to combine your trip with other attractions in the area. Cruise on the scenic Lake Ashi or Hakone Lake, and explore the surrounding Hakone National Park area. Take the Mt Komagatake Ropeway, and ride the tram to the peak for gorgeous views of the Owakudani volcanic valley. You could take a guided tour of the Kawaguchi Sengen Shrine and Lake Kawaguchi as well as Hahanoshirataki Falls. At the northwest base of Mt Fuji is the tranquil Aokigahara forest where you can explore the rocky, icy caverns, and understand why it is known as the ‘suicide forest’.
One of a kind and oddly popular with couples on dates, although you might want to skip lunch before (or after) your visit here as the exhibits and pictures can be rather graphic
A luxury hotel and wedding hall, with restaurants, cafes, and banquet rooms
A must for fans of photography, with multiple floors of constantly changing exhibitions of the best photography from around Japan and the world
This small museum hosts a variety of interesting exhibitions in a 1930's house which is a great example of modern architecture in pre-war Japan
A 200,000 sq m nature preserve in the heart of the city, with birds and waterfowl, insects and marine life
A mildly interesting permanent exhibition covering the brewing process in general and the history of Sapporo Breweries, which brews the upmarket Yebisu label
The narrow street leading away from the station to the left of the giant video screen, it's famous as the birthplace of many of Japan's youth fashion trends
A diminutive statue of a dog tucked away in one corner of the big plaza outside the station, best known as a meeting place and for the story (see box)
This peculiar institution owes its existence to Japan's peculiar government monopoly on these two substances