A comfortable, guided bus tour from Tokyo takes you to the Hakone and Mt. Fuji areas for a day of sightseeing, shopping, gondola, and boat ride.
Make our Mount Fuji & Hakone Bus Tour from Tokyo one of the highlights of your Japan trip. Discover Mt. Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013. Join our bus tour departing from Tokyo and visit top sightseeing spots in the Hakone area. Go on a cruise on volcanic Lake Ashi, and enjoy a local lunch and souvenir shopping.
Mount Fuji - the tallest natural monument has been inspiring dozens of artists. Weather permitting, you enjoy views of Mount Fuji in the bright sunshine, rising above the mountainscape, with its distinct concentric form and snowy top. Experience its breathtaking beauty by visiting several great spots during our one-day tour from Tokyo.
08:50 am Departure time from meeting point - "LOVE" statue at Shinjuku
*Be at the meeting spot 5 minutes prior to the departure time
11:10-11:40 Mt Fuji 5th Station (Fuji Yoshida)
・You will get the closest view of Mt. Fuji.
・There is a Shinto shrine.
*If we cannot go there, we will attend the highest point where we can go on the day.
*In addition, if we only go to the first station or the driveway is closed,
we will attend Fuji Visitor Center or alternative place as an additional place.
12:20-13:20 Fuji view Samurai Restaurant (Fuji Q high land)
・Local food “Hoto noodle” and buffet with Mt.Fuji views
・Enjoy samurai themed interior
14:30-15:30 Owaku-dani Valley in Hakone
・Natural Experience with Volcanic Activities
・Fantastic Activity with the excellent views
15:40-16:10 Lake Ashi Cruise
・See the beautiful natural landscape of Mt. Fuji.
Around 18:45 return to Shinjuku Station West Exit
Any personal expenses incurred during the tour
The meeting point is the “LOVE” statue in front of “i-Land tower” in Shinjuku.
We can organize hotel pickups at the following hotels/venues:
If you do not provide this information by 18:00 JST (Japan Standard Time) the day before the tour, your pick-up point will be the “LOVE” statue.