Day amid natural beauty of Mount Fuji & Hakone National Park
Panoramic views from 7,546 feet (2,300 m) at 5th Station
Cruise across Lake Ashi with Mount Fuji in the backdrop
Scenic ride on Mount Komagatake Ropeway to the summit
Comfortable transport to & from Tokyo by spacious coach
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Mount Fuji and Hakone National Park by coach
Pick-up from your selected pick-up location
Live tour commentary provided in English
GPS-equipped audio-guide in Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Thai, French, and Indonesian upon request
Drop-off at Shinjuku Sta.(Pick-up from Keio Plaza Hotel or Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel)
Drop-off at Ginza (Pick-up from ANA Intercontinental Hotel or Hamamatsu-cho Bus Terminal)
Drinks, bottled water and snacks
What you can expect
Journey to Japan's highest peak for a day spent soaking in the natural beauty of Mount Fuji and Hakone National Park. Travel in comfort from Tokyo by coach to reach elevated viewpoints, cruise across the waters of Lake Ashi, and ride a cable car to the summit of Mount Komagatake to see an ancient shrine.
Snag a seat on a comfortable coach from your pick-up location in central Tokyo for your ride out of the city. Drive off in the direction of Mount Fuji, admiring this towering volcanic peak—an iconic natural landmark that's been depicted in Japanese artwork for centuries—as you approach. Drive right up to the mountain's 5th Station, which sits 7,546 feet (2,300 m) above sea level, and take in sweeping, panoramic views over the surrounding countryside.
Take a break for lunch, and then head to the shores of nearby Lake Ashi, a beautiful crater lake that sits along the caldera of Mount Hakone. Admire views of Mount Fuji as you skim across the calm waters. Then, hop on the Mount Komagatake Ropeway for a quick and scenic 7-minute ride to the peak. Spend an hour or so at the summit, strolling around and riding the cableway up to the ancient spiritual site at the Hakone Shrine Mototsumiya. After exploring the natural beauty and cultural landmarks of the area, head back to your coach for the return ride to Tokyo.