How to get to Mt. Fuji

3 days pass [Tokyo ⇔ Hakone area ⇔ Fuji area]

A panoramic view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi from the Kachi-Kachi Yama Ropeway.
The Fuji Hakone Pass is valid for 3 days and exclusive to non-Japanese visitors. It covers excursion travel in the popular Fuji and Hakone areas.
The pass includes discount round-trip transport from Tokyo (Shinjuku) (on the Odakyu Line and the Chuo Highway Bus), unlimited use of specified transport in the Hakone and Fuji areas, and discounts on entrance and other fees to about 60 museums and restaurants.
You can take the Hakone Tozan Line, which runs along the steep slopes of Hakone's mountains, famous as tourist attractions, or the Hakone Sightseeing Cruise over Lake Ashi.
The Hakone/Fuji area is rich with nature, so you can see various landscapes in each season.
*For furthermore information, please check HERE (http://www.odakyu.jp/english/deels/freepass/fujihakone/)

From Tokyo area

Shinjuku station

Starting your journey from Shinjuku is the easiest and the most convenient to reach Kawaguchi Lake.

[Train]
Shinjuku station → (JR Chuo line / 70min) → Ootsuki station → (Fujikyu Railway line / 55min)
→ Kawaguchiko station → (Fujikyu bus / 50min) → The 5th stage of Mt. Fuji
(*Please check more detail in below.)

[Express Highway bus]
Shinjuku station Keio Highway Bus Terminal http://highway-buses.jp/
→ (Fujikyu and Keio Bus / 2 hours) → Kawaguchiko station in the Fuji Five Lakes region
→ (Fujikyu bus / 50min) → The 5th stage of Mt. Fuji
(*Please check more detail in below.)

Tokyo station

If you are planning to take Shinkansen before or after Kawaguchi Lake trip, Tokyo station is very convenient to start / return as the bus terminal and JR station are in the same place.

[Train]
Tokyo station → (JR Chuo line / 105min) → Ootsuki station → (Fujikyu Railway line / 55min)
→ Kawaguchiko station → (Fujikyu bus / 50min) → The 5th stage of Mt. Fuji
(*Please check more detail in below.)

[Express Highway bus]
Tokyo station Yaesu South Exit → (Fujikyu and JR Kanto / 2.5 hours)
→ Kawaguchiko station in the Fuji Five Lakes region → (Fujikyu bus / 50min) → The 5th stage of Mt. Fuji
(*Please check more detail in below.)

 
 

From Kansai area (Osaka / Kyoto)

You can directly make your journey from Osaka to Kawaguchi Lake and select the better transportation considering your plan afterwards.

[Train]
Shin-Osaka station → (JR Tokaido Shinkansen / 2 hours) → Mishima station
→ (Fujikyu bus / 2hours, it may be required a transfer at Gotemba Station) → Kawaguchiko station

[Express Highway bus]
*Express bus is at service every day (one service per day)
Kintetsu Nanba St. West Exit (9:55pm) → Osaka St. (10:15pm) → Kyoto St. Hachijyo Exit (11:18pm)
→ Kawaguchiko St. (8:13am)
Reservation: Kinki Express Bus Center TEL: 06-6772-1631 (9:00am - 7:00pm)

 
 

From Nagoya

[Train]
Nagoya station → (JR Tokaido Shinkansen) → Mishima station
→ (Fujikyu bus/2hours, it may be required a transfer at Gotemba Station) → Kawaguchiko station

[Express Highway bus]
Meitetsu Bus Center (7:40am) → Kawaguchiko St. (12:00pm)
Reservation
Fujikyu Express Bus Reservation Center TEL: 0555-72-5111 (9:00am - 6:00pm)
Meitetsu Bus Center TEL:052-582-0489 (8:00am - 7:00pm)

 
 

How to get to the fifth stage of Mt. Fuji from Kawaguchiko

* Everyday services from April 28th to November 4th and Saturday and Sunday of November.
* Everyday relief bus services from July 1st to Sep. 2nd. Out of services from Dec. 1st to Apr. 27th.
* One way for adult rate:
 1,540yen (Kawaguchiko Station - the fifth stage of Mt.Fuji, fare for a child is 750yen)
* Round trip for adult rate:
 2,100yen (Kawaguchiko Station - the fifth stage of Mt.Fuji, fare for a child is 1000yen)
* Fujikyu Yamanashi Bus TEL:0555-72-6877
* It is possible to stop to run necessarily, when Fuji Subaru Line is closed to traffic.

 

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