Mount Fuji is one of the best known natural features of Japan and is conveniently located in Chubu region, Honshu, west of the capital Tokyo. It is 3,776 metres high and the walk up to the summit is tough but require no special climbing skills.
From the Mount Fuji Travel Guide
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Julian and I were delighted with the friendly and helpful hosts, they could have not done more for us and spoke very good English. The view of Mt Fuji was delightful. The Onsen was wonderful and we would have stayed longer if our time had permitted. ... more
Michael`s Hostel is a great, new little hostel located in Fuji-Yoshida, near to the base of Mt. Fuji. The hostel and it`s staff are like a small family and offer extremely accomodating service. ... more
Hey, Ive always wanted to climb Mount Fuji and wondered if June is a good time to climb it? Im in Japan in June of next year and should be there for 3 weeks. Any advise of conditions would be welcome Cheers Matt ...
I will be travelling by shinkansen from Tokyo to Osaka in 3 weeks time. I would really like to have a look at Mount Fuji on the way, and take some photos, so is there a station nearby that I could get off at to do this? I'd then get back on a later train to Osaka, which shouldn't be a problem as I ...
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an idea: MOUNT FUJI However sad we were to be leaving Tokyo behind, we were very excited and looking forward to the rest of the trip and the next day on the slopes of Mount Fuji! We booked a day ...
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