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
I together with my wife and 2 young children stayed at the Ashiwada Hotel in mid April. We had a huge Japanese style room (with a queen bed in one section/room with lovely views over the lake and surrounding district. ... more
I stayed for one night. The staff were very helpful and professional. It is a perfect place to visit Mt Fuji. It is adjacent to the lake and Mt Fuji dominates the view. In the morning, the reflection of the volcano on the lake was stunning. The hotel Onsen is FAB. To sit in the bath and have Mt Fuji in the distance is perfect. ... more
Japan in two weeks
I arrive in Japan on the 29th April where I will be I will be travelling for two weeks. I've got no route planned, there seems to much to see ans do. I'm interested to visit mount Fuji tho. Are you buying a Japanese rail pass? ...
Japan in June
to climb Fuji and also notice that may not be doable in June... Thanks, in advance, for all counsel! ...
Japan This September
Current plan is to depart Perth September 4th arriving Tokyo September 5th and itinerary so far is - 1) Tokyo 2) Tokyo 3) Tokyo 4) Kamakura/Matsumoto 5) Matsumoto 6) Matsumoto 7) Climb Mt Fuji 8) Kyoto 9) Kyoto 10) Nara 11) Okayama (see Himeji on way) 12) Okayama 13) Takamatsu 14) Ochi (sea kayaking ...