Enjoy the panoramatic view of Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi
Explore two caves made by the volcanic activity of Mt Fuji
Try a traditional lunch in Yamanashi
Discover how Japanese sake is made and taste some samples
Receiving special souvenir from Sake Brewery
What's included, what's not
Transportation (coach service) for all mentioned itinerary
Entrance fee of Fuji Wind Cave and Ice Cave
Entrance Ticket of Mount Fuji Ropeway
Fuji Sake Brewery visit and tasting fee
Yamanashi traditional meal for lunch
English/Chinese-speaking tour leader
Hotel pick-up/drop-off service
Know Before You Book
One adult could not bring more than one baby.
Child must be accompanied by adult.
The tour fee has included the transportation (coach service) to the mentioned itinerary.
Minimum age to participate is 3 years.
What you can expect
Once at the meeting point, you will depart to Yamanashi prefecture where Mount Fuji is located. Firstly, you will arrive at Narusawa ice cave and Fugaku wind cave. These caves were created over 1150 years ago by the eruptions of nearby Mount Fuji. Even during the summer, the temperature in the caves usually stays below freezing. Consequently, the caves have been used since the early 1900s to store food and ice for use around the year. With a 15-minute walk inside the caves, you can see lava shelves, rope-like lava, and ice pillars.
After exploring the caves enjoy a traditional local lunch named Houtou. Houtou is a noodle dish native to Yamanashi prefecture. It containts lots of seasonal and local vegetables simmered in a miso-based soup.
Following lunch, journey onwards to the Mount Fuji panorama ropeway to enjoy the magnificent view of the iconic mountain and the adjacent Lake Kawaguchi. It is known as the best way to see the whole view of Mount Fuji.
After some spectacular photo opportunities, visit a local brewery to learn about how Japanese sake is produced. Take the opportunity to taste Japan's national spirit before being returned to the Shinjuku district in Tokyo to complete the tour.