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8:00am Depart from JR Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit
8:30am In front of SMBC Trust Bank Shinjuku West Exit Branch
10:30am Free time at Lake Kawaguchiko area or participant in the seasonal limited itinerary. (Note: choose one of the two itinerary)
1) Free time at Lake Kawaguchiko, overlooking Mt. Fuji (about 140 minutes, including lunch time)
Recommended: Take the Mt. Fuji Panoramic Ropeway at Lake Kawaguchiko. The cable car fee is JPY900 (round trip) and should be paid by yourself. *If the ropeway stops due to force majeure or if you cannot ride the ropeway as scheduled because of the crowd, etc., the itinerary will be changed to sightseeing at the lakeside of Kawaguchiko.
2) Seasonal limited itinerary (Lake Kawaguchiko Oishi Park, Lake Motosuko Fuji Shibazakura Festival, Narusawa Ice Cave, Lake Kawaguchiko Maple Corridor – a special plan to see the four seasons of Mt. Fuji.
1:00pm Mt. Fuji 5th Station (about 40 minutes)
*For tours from April 26th to September 30th, go to Mt. Fuji 5th Station; for tours from October 1st to April 25th, go to Arakurayama Sengen Park
2:50pm Appreciate Mt. Fuji while soaking in the hot springs of Lake Yamanakako (stay for 70 minutes)
4:00pm Return to Tokyo (about 1.5 hours to 2 hours by car)
6:00pm Arrive at Shinjuku in front of SMBC Trust Bank Shinjuku West Exit Branch / JR Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit, and happily end the tour.
－ Attraction Information －
2) Seasonal limited itinerary – a special plan to see the four seasons of Mt. Fuji
▼Lake Kawaguchiko Oishi Park (Itinerary for the period of Mar. 21st to Apr. 14th, Jun. 18th to July. 10th, in this case)
stay time: 50 minutes *stay time at Lake Kawaguchiko will be 60 minutes
Every spring, it is the most classic scenic spot to take photos with Mt. Fuji and cherry blossoms. Every summer, the lavender in Oishi Park by Lake Kawaguchi is in full bloom, as if covering the park with a layer of purple velvet blanket, reflecting the scenery of Mt. Fuji, which is too beautiful to behold. This is also the venue of Kawaguchiko Herb Festival. (Lavender season is from late June to mid-July)
▼Lake Motosuko Fuji Shibazakura Festival (Itinerary for the period of April 15th to May 28th)
stay time: 50 minutes *stay time at Lake Kawaguchiko will be 30 minutes
This is one of the most largest shibazakura festival in the capital area of Japan held regularly every year with 800,000 bright and beautiful color shibazakura blooming on the vast plain at the foot of Mt. Fuji. It is a festival of flowers. . Every year from April to late May, the 800,000 shibazakura gradually bloom on the banks of Lake Kawaguchiko in Yamanashi Prefecture, like a “rainbow on the ground.” The breathtaking view formed by the gorgeous shibazakura, the blue sky and the white snow on the top of Mt. Fuji. A food festival is also be held. Tickets for Fuji Shibazakura Festival takes JPY1,200 for adults and JPY600 for children aged 3-12. Please pay by yourself.
▼Narusawa Ice Cave (Itinerary for the period of July. 11th to Oct. 19th)
stay time: 40 minutes *stay time at Lake Kawaguchiko will be 60 minutes
Narusawa Ice Cave is located on the east side of the famous Sea of Trees “Aokigahara” at the foot of Mt. Fuji, and is named for its location in Narusawa Village, Yamanashi Prefecture. The cave was formed due to the eruption of Mt. Fuji in 864. Because the temperature inside the cave is between 0 and 3 degrees Celsius all year round, it has been used as an ice bank to store ice for the royal family and nobles for a long time. Ticket for Narusawa Ice Cave takes JPY350 for adults and JPY200 for Children. Please pay by yourself.
▼Lake Kawaguchiko Maple Corridor (Itinerary for the period of Oct. 20th to Nov. 23rd)
stay time: 50 minutes *stay time at Lake Kawaguchiko will be 60 minutes
The sight of the snow-capped Mt. Fuji and the fiery red maple leaves is a sight not to be missed. The once-a-year rare event is waiting for your participation and visit. The lakeside of Lake Kawaguchiko are colorfully decorated with red maples, and the magnificent autumn scenery is fascinating.
The newly promoted tourist spot for Internet celebrity is called “the 21 places to go before dying for photographers.” This is an excellent location to enjoy the panoramic view of Mt. Fuji. When you climb the 397 steps near the main hall, you will sea the “Chureito Pagoda” with five-storied pagoda. Many photographers and tourists flock here to watch this scene. Not only the cherry blossoms in spring, but the fresh greenery in summer, the red leaves in autumn and the snow scene in winter are also beautiful. In addition to enjoying the superb view of Mt. Fuji, you can also overlook the charming street view of Fujiyoshida City.
[5th Station] (Mt. Fuji 5th Station is located on the mountainside of Mt. Fuji with an altitude of 2305 meters. As the highest mountain in Japan, it has different beauty when viewed from a distance. Looking up at the top of the mountain at the closest distance to Mt. Fuji, you can feel The majestic beauty. When the weather is clear and cloudless, you can overlook the surrounding scenery, Lake Kawaguchi and etc. at a glance. When the clouds and mist are shrouded, you can overlook the beautiful sea of clouds.
Lake Yamanakako is the only lake among the Fuji Five Lakes that has a natural river flowing out, and it is also the lake with the the largest area and the shallowest water depth (only 13.3 meters) among the five lakes. Mt. Fuji, which can be seen from Lake Yamanakako, has long ridges from the left to the right, which is very attractive. Swan is called Shiratori in Japan. From every February to April, even in the severe cold, swans will fly here to lay eggs and give birth. Swans sometimes get close to tourists because tourists often feed them. Lake Yamanakako is also known as “Shiratori Lake (Lake of Swan)”. On June 22, 2013, it was designated as a World Cultural Heritage as part of “Mt. Fuji, sacred place and source of artistic inspiration.” Recommended options: YAMANAKAKO NO KABA amphibious bus at a discount price of JPY2,000, Lake Yamanakako Swan boat JPY700. If you choose to experience the hot spring, we provide a pick-up service by same car, but other hot spring-related expenses are not covered. Onsen Beni Fuji-no-Yu at Lake Yamanakako (山中湖温泉 紅富士の湯) *You can appreciate Mt. Fuji while soaking in the hot spring. The fee for bathing is JPY 800, and the hot spring reference website is: http://www.benifuji.co.jp/ (Japanese only). On Tuesdays when the Beni Fuji-no-Yu is closed, it is recommended to go to Fujiyama Onsen (you can see Mt. Fuji in the lounge). The fee for bathing is JPY1,500, and the hot spring reference website is: http://www.fujiyamaonsen.jp/index.html (Japanese only).
*The above itinerary schedule may be adjusted accordingly due to weather, road conditions and other reasons. Thank you for your understanding.
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