2 Day Tour

Mt. Fuji 2-Day Climbing

new dawn, new day and new life

Mt. Fuji
2-Day Climbing

new dawn, new day and new life

Point of the tour

Climbing Mt. Fuji is not just an ascent; it’s a once-in-a-lifetime memory. Discover the allure of traditional Mt. Fuji climbing. An experienced guide will escort you throughout your mountain trip, from the meeting time to the end. 

This tour includes lodging, round-trip transportation from Kawaguchiko station to the 5th station, meals, and guides.

 

  • Perfect for those who want to climb Mt. Fuji not only as a physical sport but also to explore its spiritual and artistic aspects, with guides who love the mountain.
  • You can choose from two types: Private Tour or Shared(group) Tour.

NOTE: Shared(group) Tour is style with other guests. One guide will accommodate a minimum of 4, up to 8 guests, and other services are same as private tours. 

Tour Calender

*We would accommodate for only private tour at this moment.
*Seats are limited on our popular tours, and we operate on a first-come, first-served basis. To secure your spot on the adventure, we highly recommend booking as soon as possible.

As of 9th July

We still have availability.

Availability is low.

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Only waitlist reservation available.

Shared Tour

2-Day Shared (group) Tour is available.

Tour Calender

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Only waitlist is available

Shared tour is available

As of 9th July

*We would accommodate for only private tour at this moment.
*Seats are limited on our popular tours, and we operate on a first-come, first-served basis. To secure your spot on the adventure, we highly recommend booking as soon as possible.

Price List 2024

【2-Day Shared Tour】  (2024, Per Person, Tax in)

 

 

・1 person: 110,000 JPY 

 

 

NOTE: Shared(group) Tour is style with other guests. One guide will accommodate a minimum of 4, up to 8 guests, and other services are the same as private tours.

 

【2-Day Private Tour】  (2024, Per Group, Tax in)

 

・1 person: 300,000 JPY 
・2 persons: 350,000 JPY 
・3 persons: 400,000 JPY 
・4 persons: 450,000 JPY 
・5 persons: 550,000 JPY 
・6 persons: 600,000 JPY 
・7 persons: 650,000 JPY 
・8 persons: 700,000 JPY 
・9 and more persons: 

Early Bird Discount until 15th April

For guests who register before April 15th, we’re offering a discount of up to 18%. During the discount period, JIN will secure lodge bookings ahead of the public application.  ex) Taishikan lodge
*To inquire before 15th April and complete the deposit invoice within 7 days of issuance is required.

What's Included

  • English-speaking experienced mountain guide : 1 guide per 8 guests
  • Accommodation, meals, and transportation from Kawaguchiko to the 5th station(round trip)
    • *JIN will secure lodge bookings ahead of the public application.  ex) Taishikan lodge
    • *Other Fees will apply when using unscheduled lodges.
  • One complimentary equipment rental for children aged 17 and under, one rental set per group.
  • Online 1-hour consultation covering preparation, gear, access, etc.
    *Online consultation is not available for those who apply after June 16 (Japan time).
  • Guided visits to popular tourist attractions.  ex) Kitaguchi Hongu
  • Climbing certification and a limited-edition Mt. Fuji photo book
  • National park entry fee
  • Complimentary pulse oximeter, helmet and amenity items
  • Luggage keeping at the station while climbing
  • Bag storage service at the lodge while night summiting

Not Included

  • OPTION: Additional rental gears at our affiliated shop “La Mont”
  • OPTION: Additional arrangements after the tour for transportation, guides, and accommodations.
  • Guests are responsible for additional expenses such as tips for toilets, extra food and beverages, and shopping items.
  • In case of an accident, there is a rescue vehicle charge (approximately 40,000 JPY), but note that most travel insurances typically provide coverage for this.
  • We strongly recommend that you obtain personal accident insurance for your own protection.

Tour Itinerary

Before the Trip

Before Trip
At Home

Online meeting with your guide

Before your trip begins, you will have an online meeting with our experienced guide.
During this meeting, the guide will answer your questions and provide advice on what to bring and how to access various aspects of the trip. By showing your gear in front of the camera, the guide can offer insights such as “Those shoes will work perfectly!”
This meeting allows you to get to know your guide in advance and provides a sense of security, as the guide who conducts the meeting will generally accompany you on the climb.

Before Trip At Home

Online meeting with your guide

Before your trip begins, you will have an online meeting with our experienced guide.
During this meeting, the guide will answer your questions and provide advice on what to bring and how to access various aspects of the trip. By showing your gear in front of the camera, the guide can offer insights such as “Those shoes will work perfectly!”
This meeting allows you to get to know your guide in advance and provides a sense of security, as the guide who conducts the meeting will generally accompany you on the climb.

DAY1

Day1
9:30

Meet the guide at Kawaguchiko Station

Please ensure you arrive at Kawaguchiko Station by 9:30 AM. It takes 2 hours by train from Tokyo (or 3h by bus). Your guide will be waiting for you at the station to assist with handling your luggage, and your journey will start from this point.

*Meeting at Mt.Fuji station or your hotel in the vicinity is also available. 

Day1 9:30

Meet the guide at Kawaguchiko Station

Please arrive at Subaru Line 5th Station by around 11:00 on Day 1. It is recommended to depart from Tokyo in the morning or from the Fujiyoshida/Kawaguchiko area at around 9:30 in the morning. At the 5th Station, let’s have an early lunch and get used to the high altitude and thin air. If there are any missing equipment, you can rent or purchase them here.

Day1
10:00

Check Equipments

We’ll arrange a chartered taxi to take you to La Mont, a gear rental shop. Your guide will help you check your gear, and if needed, you can rent any necessary items on your expense. The complimentary rental gear set for child will be picked up here.

Day1 10:00

Check Equipments

We’ll arrange a chartered taxi to take you to La Mont, a gear rental shop. Your guide will help you check your gear, and if needed, you can rent any necessary items on your expense. The complimentary rental gear set for child will be picked up here.

Day1
10:30

Visit Mt.Fuji Shrine

The Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Shrine was founded before the 2nd century and has remained one of the most significant locations for Mount Fuji worship and artistic expression.

Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Jinja Shrine

Walk around the shrine and visit “tozan mon” ( spiritual gate for Mt.Fuji ).

Visiting this shrine adds a meaningful aspect to your mountain trip, making it more of a pilgrimage than just a recreational hike.

Day1 10:30

Visit Mt. Fuji Shrine

The Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Shrine was founded before the 2nd century and has remained one of the most significant locations for Mount Fuji worship and artistic expression.

Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Jinja Shrine

Walk around the shrine and visit “tozan mon” ( spiritual gate for Mt.Fuji ).

Visiting this shrine adds a meaningful aspect to your mountain trip, making it more of a pilgrimage than just a recreational hike.

Day1
11:30

Arrival at Subaru Line 5th Station

You’ll take a chartered taxi to the 5th Station. Here, you’ll have lunch, acclimate to the high altitude and thin air, and receive a briefing from your guide for the upcoming climb.

It is possible to leave your suitcases and rent or purchase climbing gears here as well. Facility

Day1 11:30

Arrival at Subaru Line 5th Station

You’ll take a chartered taxi to the 5th Station. Here, you’ll have lunch, acclimate to the high altitude and thin air, and receive a briefing from your guide for the upcoming climb.

It is possible to leave your suitcases and rent or purchase climbing gears here as well. Facility

Day1
12:30

Departure from the 5th Station

Let’s walk at a slow pace to prevent altitude sickness. We will climb while enjoying the scenery and plants for about 5 hours until the 8th Station.

 There are many mountain lodges where water bottles and toilets are available along the way, so we will stop for breaks.

*FYI 

Toilet tips: 200-300 JPY

Water bottle (500ml) : about 500 JPY

Energy bar : 200-300 JPY

Day1 12:30

Departure from the 5th Station

Let’s walk at a slow pace to prevent altitude sickness. We will climb while enjoying the scenery and plants for about 5 hours until the 8th Station.

There are many mountain lodges where water bottles and toilets are available along the way, so we will stop for breaks.


*FYI 
Toilet tips: 200-300 JPY
Water bottle (500ml) : about 500 JPY
Energy bar : 200-300 JPY

Day1
17:00

Arrival at the 8th Station Lodge

Taishikan is a spacious mountain lodge situated at the 8th Station, accommodating up to 200 people at an altitude of 3,100 meters. With a history spanning over 200 years, it has been a welcoming haven for climbers. Here you can savour a delightful dinner of curry rice and soak in the beauty of the sunset. Since the next day’s journey begins early, it’s advisable to rest and sleep by around 7:00 PM. Sleeping bags and sanitary sheets will be provided. 

*Please note that we may also utilize other lodges at the 8th station for accommodation.

*Not only the private rooms, but also shared rooms may also be available at times.

Day1 17:00

Arrival at the 8th Station Lodge

Taishikan is a spacious mountain lodge situated at the 8th Station, accommodating up to 200 people at an altitude of 3,100 meters. With a history spanning over 200 years, it has been a welcoming haven for climbers. Here, you can savour a delightful dinner of curry rice and soak in the beauty of the sunset. Since the next day’s journey begins early, it’s advisable to rest and sleep by around 7:00 PM. Sleeping bags and sanitary sheets will be provided.

*Please note that we may also utilize other lodges at the 8th station for accommodation.

*Not only the private rooms, but also shared rooms may also be available at times.

DAY2

Day2
3:00

Departure to the summit​

To take a good rest and avoid crowds, the departure is scheduled after the peak of the climbers. You can enjoy Tokyo’s night view and starry sky if you go outside. The temperature is below 10℃(50℉), and you will start with a headlight on. It takes about 4 hours from here to the summit.

Day2 3:00

Departure to the summit

To take a good rest and avoid crowds, the departure is scheduled after the peak of the climbers. You can enjoy Tokyo’s night view and starry sky if you go outside. The temperature is around 10℃(50℉), and you will start with a headlight on. It takes about 4 hours from here to the summit.

Day2
5:00

Sunrise

In the standard itinerary of TEAM JIN, you will see the sunrise around the 8th Station (3400m). You can slowly enjoy the sunrise rising from the horizon without the crowds of climbers that you often hear on Mt. Fuji.

You have the option to experience the summit and sunrise, as well as staying at the lodge and witnessing the sunrise. Your guide will provide guidance based on factors such as trail congestion and weather conditions.

Day2 5:00

Sunrise

In the standard itinerary of TEAM JIN, you will see the sunrise around the 8th Station (3400m). You can slowly enjoy the sunrise rising from the horizon without the crowds of climbers that you often hear on Mt. Fuji.

You have the options to experience the summit and sunrise, as well as staying at the lodge and witnessing the sunrise. Your guide will provide guidance based on factors such as trail congestion and weather conditions.

Day2
6:00

After watching the sunrise,
start climbing again.

After the sun rises, the temperature tends to increase rapidly.

As you embark on the summit challenge, you have the option to leave unnecessary items at a nearby lodge for added convenience.

Walk slowly and steadily as you make your way to the summit.

Day2 6:00

Start climbing again

After the sun rises, the temperature tends to increase rapidly.

As you embark on the summit challenge, you have the option to leave unnecessary items at a nearby lodge for added convenience.

Walk slowly and steadily as you make your way to the summit.

Day2
7:00

Arrival at the summit of Mount Fuji​

Congratulations on reaching the summit via the Yoshida route! After taking a commemorative photo, let’s eat something warm at the mountain-top restaurant, visit the shrine, and check out the souvenirs. We will also take you to the observation deck of the crater.

If the weather is good, you can also enjoy the “Ohachi-meguri” (crater trek) course. You can decide on the day whether to take this route or not. It takes about two hours to walk around the crater at the summit and visit “Kengamine,” the highest point in Japan: advanced course.

Day2 7:00

Arrival at the summit of Mount Fuji

Congratulations on reaching the summit via the Yoshida route! After taking a commemorative photo, let’s eat something warm at the mountain top restaurant, visit the shrine, and check out the souvenirs. We will also take you to the observation deck of the crater.
If the weather is good, you can also enjoy the “Ohachi-meguri” (crater treck) course. You can decide on the day whether to take this route or not. It takes about two hours to walk around the crater at the summit and visit “Kengamine,” the highest point in Japan : advanced course.

Day2
8:00

Descend from the summit​

We will start the descent after taking a break and sightseeing at the summit. It takes about five hours from the summit to the 5th station. Depending on the weather, you may be able to see a sea of clouds and enjoy the view of walking above the clouds. We will take breaks at key points during the descent and stretch to avoid hurting your knees.

Day2 8:00

Descend from the summit

We will start the descent after taking a break and sightseeing at the summit. It takes about five hours from the summit to the 5th station. Depending on the weather, you may be able to see a sea of clouds and enjoy the view of walking above the clouds. We will take breaks at key points during the descent and stretch to avoid hurting your knees.

Day2
13:00

Arrival at the 5th station

We have arrived at the 5th station. Great job, and thank you for climbing with us!  You’ll get a certification and Mt.Fuji photobook limited edition from your guide.

After having a lunch here, getting back to Kawaguchiko station.

You can use changing rooms but there is no shower facilities here. ( Actually there are, but not convenient.)

 

Day2 13:00

Arrival at the 5th station

We have arrived at the 5th station. Great job, and thank you for climbing with us!  You’ll get a certification and Mt.Fuji photobook limited edition from your guide.

After having a lunch here, getting back to Kawaguchiko station.

You can use changing rooms but there is no shower facilities here. ( Actually there are, but not convenient.)

Day2
15:00

Get back to Kawaguchiko Station

From the 5th station, we’ll take the faster way ( Taxi or Bus ) to get back to Kawaguchiko station. And this is the end of the tour.

We are happy to provide further options along with your requests.

Our recommendations are:

 

1. Relaxing in a hot spring – Fujiyama Onsen, or a private tattoo-friendly bath. 
Available from 5,000 JPY / person

 

2.Spending nights at Kawaguchiko – Fuji Lake Hotel, Gakuroku Suien
Available from 30,000 JPY / person

 

3. Transportation to Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto, and Osaka.
Actual cost + Arrangement fee  

Day2 15:00

Get back to Kawaguchiko station

From the 5th station, we’ll get back to Kawaguchiko station ( or Direct to Tokyo ) . And this is the end of the tour.
We are happy to provide further options along with your requests.

Our recommendations are:

1. Relaxing in a hot spring – Fujiyama Onsen, or a private tattoo-friendly bath. 
Available from 5,000 JPY / person

2.Spending nights at Kawaguchiko – Fuji Lake HotelGakuroku Suien
Available from 30,000 JPY / person

3. Transportation to Tokyo, Hakone, Kyoto, and Osaka.
Actual cost + Arrangement fee  

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