Spend a day trip traveling to Mt. Fuji, Japan's most famous symbol and highest mountain. Enjoy the view from the 5th Station before visiting the nearby resort town of Hakone, known for its onsen hot springs. Return to Tokyo by bullet train!
What to Expect
Spend some time away from the big city on this day trip to Mt. Fuji. Depart from Tokyo toward the mountain, the largest in Japan. You will be taken up to the 5th Station, located 2,300 meters (about 7,000 feet) above sea level, where you can enjoy the view. The Fuji Visitor Center displays nature, culture, and artwork related to the mountain, and is a great place to stop off at to learn more.
Next, indulge in a Japanese-style lunch at a local restaurant before heading on to the nearby resort town of Hakone, famous for its onsen hot springs. Board a sightseeing boat for a delightful cruise around Lake Ashi, where you will see plenty of scenic nature and have the ability to look back at the mountain you were earlier on.
After your boat tour ends, ride an aeriel cableway up and down Mt. Komagatake for a sweeping view of Hakone National Park, before returning to Tokyo via the Shinkansen bullet train. You will arrive in Tokyo in the evening, between 18:00 and 20:00.
- English-speaking guide
- GPS audio guide – available in Chinese or Spanish upon request
- Entrance fees
What's Not Included
- Hotel drop off
Know Before You Go
Reservations required for pick-up. Pick-up available from: ANA Intercontinental, Cerulean Tower Tokyu, Conrad, Courtyard Tokyo Ginza, Daiichi Hotel, Hotel Chinzan-so Tokyo, Ginza Capital, Grand Hyatt, Grand Pacific Le Daiba, Grand Palace, Grand Prince New Takanawa, Hilton, Hyatt Regency, Imperial, Intercontinental Tokyo Bay, Keio Plaza Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, Metropolitan, New Otani, New Sanno, Nikko, Okura, Palace Hotel, Park Hotel, Park Hyatt, Ritz Carton, Royal Park, Royal Park Hotel The Shiodome, Sheraton Miyako, Shiba Park, Shinagawa Prince, Shinjuku Station East Exit, Shinjuku Washington, Sunshine City Prince, Tokyo Dome, Capitol Hotel Tokyu, Prince Park Tower, Tokyo Station, Westin