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Four routes, each divided into ten sections by stopping and refueling stations, lead up to Mt. Fuji's snow-covered tip. You don't have to be a die-hard mountaineer to climb Mt. Fuji; the slopes are full of children and adults of all ages, shapes...more
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You hear so much about mount Fuji but when you see it for yourself you then know why, here's this gaint mountain protruding up into the clouds and we were lucky enough to see it with snow on top, if you ever go to Japan...More
We took a bus to get to the town down from here as it was said it had the best view, unfortunately, the cloud cover was really heavy that day and we didn't get to see much of Fuji but the town was so nice...More
Awesome is actually an understatement. If you admired the sacred mountain in the pictures, you will be mesmerized once you see it personally. And I agree with what others say: it's better to view it from afar than to climb it. Besides, I'm not keen...More
It's easy to get to Mount Fuji by bus from Tokyo.
The express highway bus terminal is located at Level 4 of the Shinjuku Bus Terminal. It is advisable to book your (return) ticket at least one day ahead to be sure of your desired...More
After a beautiful ride from Tokyo through tree covered hills we caught our first glimpse of Mount Fuji in all it's glory. Our guide said that we were very lucky as Mount Fuji is a shy mountain and is usually covered in clouds!
We started our day on a chilly morning from Tokyo towards Mt Fuji in the comfort of an mpv. Driver (from Diper Tour) was very polite and provided commentary along the way. En-route to the mountain, we drove past a stretch of road that emit...More
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I would personally recommend to get in touch with a climbing party or group for this activity. Usually they set up meetings or discussions in advance. They would charge an all inclusive fee of travel from Tokyo and back... More
I would personally recommend to get in touch with a climbing party or group for this activity. Usually they set up meetings or discussions in advance. They would charge an all inclusive fee of travel from Tokyo and back, Climbing assistance, climbing gear, hut stay, food and guide. It is very effective that way and saves on the planning part of all the aspects. I know for sure that Willer group arranges such a plan every year and they are very reasonable.