Mt.Fuji Climb 2days
Depart at Shinjyuku Keio Plaza Hotel
Reach the top of Mt. Fuji. Eat your breakfast and watch the Sunrise
Tour will disband upon arrival at
*Meal : ○ = With meal × = Without meal B = Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner
- Toyokan Lodge
- Round trip Bus (Shinjuku –Mt Fuji 5th Station)
- 1 nights hotel
- 1Dinner & 1Breakfast
- English Escorted Climb
- Hot spring Benifuji Entrance Fee
- Services which is not on itinerary
- Travel insurance
People has a ticket / join from different country
*If you are not in Japan or already have your own ticket, still ccould join the tour.
our guide will meet you at the Airport or Hotel.
*We can help you with your visa requirement & travel information in advance.
*Generally, local joint tours need to be booked & purchased 21days prior to your departure day.
*Each tour has different Terms & Condition, Please ask us if you have any questions.
Sample Tour Fee for 2012 *Per person
|3% Discount by pay in YEN cash!|
CHANGE & CANCELLATION POLICY *Per person
|CHANGE & CANCELLATION DAY||CHANGE & CANCELLATION FEE|
|BEFORE 21DAYS OR MORE||¥0|
|BEFORE 20 - 8DAYS||20%OF TOUR FEE|
|BEFORE 7 - 2DAYS||30%OF TOUR FEE|
|BEFORE 1DAY PRIOR TO THE STARTING DATE||40%OF TOUR FEE|
|PRIOR TO THE STARTING TIME OF THE TOUR||50%OF TOUR FEE|
|AFTER DEPARTURE OR IN CASE OF FAILURE TO SHOW WITHOUT NOTICE||100% NON REFOUNDABLE|
The Toyokan Inn is situated 3,000 m above sea level on the slopes of Mt. Fuji. It is located exactly halfway between the 5th Station and the summit. In other words, if you can reach it, you are halfway to the peak.
Kaibatsu Ichiman-jaku Toyokan Inn
4-8-8 Kami-Yoshida, Fuji Yoshida City, Yamanashi 403-0005
Phone : 0555-22-1040 Fax: 0555-22-6446
Address (Mountain Lodge: 3,000m above sea level on the mountain slopes)
5618 Fuji Kitamuki, Fuji Yoshida City, Yamanashi
Benifuji no yuhttp://www.benifuji.co.jp/ (Japanese Homepage Only)
|Boasting the open-air bath in a large garden that you enjoy hot spring viewing Mt.Fuji close by. The view of Mt.Fuji is seen from all bathrooms. There are 2 types of sauna (Dry & Steam) and is a bedrock bath(Gambanyoku). There are facilities and services such as a spacious room, a restaurant providing local cuisine Hoto, massage, and beauty-treatment, so you can fully enjoy here all day long. On weekends and holidays from December to March, the spa opens at 6:00 am, so you can see the ‘Beni Fuji ‘, the red colored snow-capped Mt.Fuji.
Address : 865-776 Yamanaka Yamanakakomura Tsuru-gun,Yamanashi401-0501 Japan
Phone : 0555-20-2700
Business hour : 10:00am-09:00pm
Entrance fee : 700jpy
Access: (By Car)
- Please be aware that the altitude at the 5th Station is approx. 2300m, approx. 3000m at the Toyokan lodge at the 7th Station, and approx. 3500m at the Mt. Fuji Peak. The average temperature at the peak often dips below 5 c, which is almost a 15 c difference than that of the Mt. Fuji 5th Station. Please prepare and dress accordingly for the cold. Please read what to bring and wear on the Mt. Fuji Climb.
- As the air at the top of Mt. Fuji is thin, there is a chance you may be subject to mountain sickness. Please make sure you get enough sleep the night before the tour and take care of your health before joining in on this activity.
- As the purpose of this course is to see the sunrise from Mt. Fuji, on the first day, all tour participants will climb to the lodge located above the 7th station. It may not be possible to see the sunrise from the top of Mt. Fuji due to complications such as bad weather conditions or delays caused by heavy traffic. There will be no refunds for this reason.
- As a general rule, we will still run this tour when it is raining on the mountain. However, the tour may be cancelled at any time if the tour guide or the climbing guide determines that the weather conditions are unfit or unsafe for mountain climbing. In addition, the tour itinerary, route, and scheduled arrival time may change due weather and/or heavy traffic.
- An English-speaking guide will accompany the tour for the entire tour schedule. A climbing guide (Japanese-speaking only) will join the group from the Mt. Fuji's 5th Station and remain with the group on the journey up the summit and back to the 5th Station.
- The tour group will be combined with a Japanese tour group. The English-speaking guide will attend to the Sunrise Tour group during the tour.
- For safety reasons, all tour participants are required to submit their names, addresses, and emergency contact information on the first day of the tour.
- If the customer is required to use a lodge other than the Toyokan due to their own circumstance, the cost of the lodge will be the responsibility of the customer.
- The sleeping area at the Toyokan lodge is mixed-gender with bunk beds. The space allotted to each participant is typically about 1.6 square meters, so please be aware that you may not be able to sleep comfortably. There are no bathing facilities at the lodge. Toilets are located outside the lodge (Western-style toilets are not available) and are not flushable.
- If you arrive at the Mt. Fuji 5th Station later than the departure time (approx. 11:30am, we will announce the departure time again on the 2nd day) and miss the bus returning to Tokyo, you will be responsible for providing your own transportation.
- Vegetarian menu options are not available for dinner on the 1st night nor breakfast on the 2nd day. Tour participants with special food requirements should prepare their own meals for when climbing the mountain.
- Children 5 years or younger cannot participate in this tour. Tour participants aged 6-15 years of age are required to be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is 20 years or older. Tour participants between the ages of 16-19 may join the tour by themselves provided they submit a permission slip from parent or guardian.
- This tour does not include mountain climbing insurance. Mountain climbing insurance is not available to non-Japanese nationals. We recommend that customer purchase travel insurance before leaving their countries.
- Please inform us of your place of accommodation and contact information the day before your tour when making your reservation.
[ Protection Against the Cold ]
There can be more than a 15℃ difference in temperature between the 5th Station and the peak of Mt. Fuji. On top of a long-sleeved t-shirt, you should wear a warm fleece or sweater, in addition to a waterproof windbreaker to help protect yourself against the elements. Wear long pants with elasticity so you can move your knees easily. We do not recommend wearing jeans as they are inflexible and heavy.
[ Change of Clothing ]
Please bring clothing which not only dries easily but which you can also take on and off as necessary when you break a sweat or are rained on while climbing the mountain. Bring a plastic bag to keep them dry until use.
[ Rain Gear ]
Bringing rain gear which protects your upper and lower body separately is best. Do not use an umbrella on the mountain as it is dangerous.
- Walking Stick/A walking stick will assist you on your ascent. You can buy a wooden pilgrim walking stick for a discounted price at the 5th Station Rest House.
- Flashlight/It is best to bring a head lamp as it leaves both of your hands free.
- Backpack/Bring a bag in which you can easily and securely carry your belongings. A
waterproof bag that protect your belongings from the rain is best.
- Gloves/Gloves are not only helpful when climbing but also offer protection
against the cold. We recommend bringing waterproof gloves as opposed to cotton gloves which do not offer protection against the cold when it rains.
- Shoes/ We recommend shoes that support your ankles as well as protect your
feet from pebbles, such as high cut hiking boots. You cannot climb Mt. Fuji in high heels or sandals.
- Water Bottles/Water is extremely important on the mountain. Although water is sold at the Mt. Fuji 5th Station and the Toyokan Hut, the price is more expensive than it is away from the mountain. We recommend you bring as much water as possible for this trip.
- Plastic Bags/Please bring a larger sized plastic bag to carry your trash or protect your belongings from sudden rain storms.
- Hand Towel and Towels / Bring more than 3 hand towels with you to dry your hands after going to the restroom or wipe your sweat when you perspire. Towels at the hot springs the next day will require an additional fee.(Rentals 100 yen, For Sale: 200 yen)
- Toilet Paper/As toilet paper is not provided in many of the restrooms on Mt. Fuji, please bring your own toilet paper.
- Medicine and Food/We recommend bringing snacks such as caramel, chocolate, and candies containing salt and sugar for your trip.
- 100 Yen Coins/As the restrooms on Mt. Fuji are not free, we recommend bringing several 100 yen coins with you when you climb the mountain.