Leave Tokyo and go up to Mt. Fuji's 5th station and enjoy the view from 2300 meters above sea level. Then take in Hakone's beautiful natural scenery with a pleasure boat cruise around Lake Ashi and a ride on the Komagatake Ropeway.
- Fuji Visitor Center
- Mt. Fuji 5th Station
- Cruise on Lake Ashi
- Mt. Komagatake Ropeway
- Lunch (optional)
- Service of an English-speaking guide
- Pick-up service from major Tokyo hotels
- Hotel drop-off
- Meals and drinks (unless specified)
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Optional activity costs
- Pick ups are available from selected Tokyo hotels.
- If your hotel is not in the list, you may choose to proceed to the Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal or be picked up at a hotel in the list that is nearest you. Please indicate your choice upon booking.
- Please call to confirm hotel pick-up 24 hours before your tour date.
- Children 5 years old and below are free of charge, provided they sit on an adult's lap. If they need a seat, they will be charged (child rates).
- 2012: Multilingual audio guides in Chinese, Korean, German and Spanish (if requested in advance during booking)
- 2013: GPS Based automatic navigation system is available in Chinese and Spanish
- You are recommended to bring an overcoat or other warm clothing during the autumn and winter.
- When the Fuji Visitor Center is closed or if the tour is behind schedule due to traffic jam, the Fuji Visitor Center may be skipped.
- When the driveway up to Mount Fuji's 5th station is closed in winter and some days in early spring due to heavy snow or if the tour is behind schedule due to traffic jam, we will only go up the highest possible point.
- Komagatake Ropeway or the cruise on Lake Ashi may also be omitted or substituted depending on traffic, weather conditions or for other operational reasons. In this case, we will enjoy some of the following alternatives:
Narukawa Museum in Hakone
Hakone Check Point
Cruise on Lake Kawaguchi
Lake Kawaguchi Ropeway
- The tour guide will finalize alternative places, based on a careful study of tour movement and other conditions.
- If we will be able to go up to the 5th station of Mt. Fuji and it so happens that you cannot see the full view of the mountain due to weather conditions, we will not make any refund nor cancel the tour operation for this reason.
- There is a possibility that the tour guide will not be able to accompany us on the tour bus for operational reasons. In this case, the guide will provide information on how to go back to your hotel from Shinjuku/Ginza.
Your Confirmation Voucher includes full information (e.g. local telephone numbers) about the Local Operator. To ensure your peace of mind, we select only the most experienced and reliable operators in each destination.
You can book in 3 easy steps!
1. Select date and number of persons. You will be redirected to the Shopping Cart Page.
2. On the Shopping Cart Page, continue shopping or check out.
3. Enter basic travel, name, and payment information in the Check-out Form.
Upon booking, you will receive a voucher by email containing all details about the tour. You can check the status of your booking at anytime.
After you book
Please print the electronic voucher sent to you. It contains the operator's complete contact details and local telephone numbers. Give the voucher to the operator on the day of the activity.
What if I need to change or cancel my booking?
That's ok. We will try to be as flexible as possible. But you must inform us by email of the change or cancellation as soon as possible. The appropriate amount will be credited back to your credit card account. Contact our Customer Service for help with changes or cancellations. Or read our Cancellation Policy.
"I made the booking via the interent the day before leaving Australia and was really impresed with the contact and pick up and drop off locations.
APart from being caught in a deluge enroute to the pick up hotel, my 7 year old daughter and I had a blast. Our guide Miko was lovely and incredibly informative about the area and tour, but also provided some very interesting insights into Japanese culture and lifest
Janet A., Australia