Excursion «To Mount Fuji»

Class Big bus
Type Group tour
Language Russian

Trip around Mount Fuji:

  • The Fuji Subaru Line serpentine road will take you from the foot to the 5th station at an altitude of 2300 meters. Here you will feel the majesty of Mount Fuji and visit the Sengen Shinto Shrine, the place where the spirit of this majestic mountain is believed to reside.

  • The Kachi-Kachi Ropeway will take you to Mount Tenzo and enjoy stunning views of Fuji and the Five Lakes region.

  • Discover caves formed by volcanic eruptions by exploring interesting sites such as the Bat Cave, Ice Cave and Narusawa Wind Cave.

  • Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Yashino Sato Village, an open-air museum where you can get acquainted with the culture and life of ancient Japan, as well as plunge into a tea ceremony, try on a kimono or even samurai armor.

  • Walk through the mystical Aokigahara Jukai Forest, included in the list of the most mysterious places in the world.

  • Visit a winery featuring the finest wines from Fuji Vineyards and enjoy a free tasting.

    End the day by returning to Tokyo and enjoying a comfortable stay transfer to your hotel.


Attention! The tour is only possible for five people.

Departure days

Departure days depend on your departure city


Please read carefully before planning your vacation!

Cancellation without penalty is possible if the excursion is canceled at least 7  days before the start;

Preparation for the excursion takes 5 days, so you can order at least 5 days before the date.

Included in price

  • Russian speaking guide.
  • Entrance tickets.
  • Transportation costs.

Not included

  • Personal expenses.
  • Food.


Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and one of the country's most famous symbols. It is located on the main island of Honshu and has an altitude of 3,776 meters. Mount Fuji is an active volcano but is currently dormant. Mount Fuji attracts many tourists and climbers from all over the world, and climbing to its peak is a popular adventure. She also has deep cultural and religious roots in Japanese history and art, and is often depicted in paintings, jewelry, and various expressions of Japanese culture.