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Mt Fuji Day Tour with English Speaking Guide
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Private Full-Day Sightseeing Tour to Mount Fuji and Hakone
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Mt Fuji, Lake Kawaguchiko, Outlet, Wine
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Skip the Line: General Admission Ticket Legoland Japan in Nagoya
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Skip the Line: General Admission Ticket Legoland Japan in Nagoya

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Book online to visit Legoland Japan in Nagoya for an action-packed family day out. With your admission ticket, you’ll enter the park with ease and spend as long as you like inside, trying out rides around seven themed areas. Visit the Bricktopia and learn to engineer with the beloved LEGO bricks, go on a submarine adventure, or sail a pirate ship; there’s attractions to thrill both adults and kids alike.
$49.41 per adult
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53Ruta_R wrote a review Aug 2020
Chicago, Illinois396 contributions27 helpful votes
The original plan was to see mount fuji. The day started with promise it was sunny/overcast when starting. Ultimately, We did not see much. As we ascended, snow started falling. By the time we reached 5th station, we found out that they were no longer allowing vehicles to enter for safety reasons. We couldn’t see the peak due to the snow. There is a shrine on the grounds, so I went there for a little bit before heading back to the bus. Travelled with my parents as part of a tour.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Laura wrote a review Aug 2020
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The life story of Kubota San is very beautiful and the kimono bring his story to life. The nature you can explore outside enhances the experience.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Pravasik wrote a review Jul 2020
Karnataka, India99 contributions48 helpful votes
Bought a to and fro ticket for a bus ride from Tokyo central to Mount Fuji. Used the local bus pass at Fuji to move around the area. The ride from Tokyo to Fuji gives a good glimpse of Tokyo city as well as the country side. Mt. Fuji is visible from most of the places in the town unless your view is obstructed by buildings or trees. I felt that the best view was from the Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center and I spent most of my time here (decided after having visited other places to catch a glimpse of the mountain top which was covered by clouds for a long time). The garden, flowers, and the lake add to the beauty. Of course, you may not be able to catch a glimpse of the entire mountain immediately; but the place provides a nice ambiance to spend time, with the mountain always in your sight.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Emma L wrote a review Jun 2020
Woonona, Australia3 contributions
I went to Mt Fuji a bit of time ago and I remember it all still. The views are spectacular and are truly an icon of Japan. The guide was friendly and understandable and I would highly recommend going. I had a great time with my friends when I went there.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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SteveS1970 wrote a review Mar 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom6,856 contributions404 helpful votes
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Mount Fuji is amazing and on the journey to it the views are spectacular. There are many stops to get great pictures and this iconic mountain gives it all.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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