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Visitez plusieurs sites touristiques japonais incontournables en une seule journée ! Faites une croisière touristique à Hakone à bord d’un « bateau pirate » et visitez la nouvelle 5e station du mont Fuji ! Profitez d'un copieux déjeuner-buffet à volonté dans un restaurant local populaire avec du shabu-shabu au poulet ou au porc, des nouilles, des légumes, du curry, des desserts et bien plus encore. Un bar avec des boissons non alcoolisées à volonté vous est également proposé ! Faites du shopping au centre commercial de Gotemba Premium, l'un des plus grands sites de magasins d'usine au Japon qui offre plus de 200 boutiques avec des marques japonaises populaires et des créateurs internationaux de luxe à des prix réduits ! Rejoignez-nous pour cette fantastique excursion !
Full day with lots of great photo opportunities. Unusual and interesting lunch opportunity and of course shopping. It would have topped off the tour if a cable car ride had been included at Lake Ashi but they would have had to reduce the shopping time at the factory outlets so understand that we probably didnt have time. Highly recommend this tour.
The activity is recommended for families. We loved the cruise, the shabu shabu lunch, the trip going to the second station with the views of the majestic Mt. Fuji and of course the shopping at Gotemba. We did not go to the fifth station but then we went to Yeti ski park located at the second station. It was so much fun esp. for first timers as we all rode the sled. It was so nice to play and it felt that we were children once again. We took a lot of family pictures with the Mt. Fuji as our background. Highly recommended
We were picked up late at the Gracery Hotel in Shinjuku and were asked to walk about three blocks before boarding the tourist bus. We were not told the reason why, as the guide who fetched us could barely speak and understand English. She was nice but not dressed for the yeti park adventure as she was only wearing pants, a blazer and dress shoes with heels. Our guess was she just pitched in for some tourist guide who did not show up that day She was with another guide, a younger one, but could also speak and understand so little English. Both of them are so disorganized since they do not have a banner nor signage that they could hold up so we would know where to locate them. This took so much of our time just waiting for others and cannot proceed with the activities, since some tourists do not show up on time and these guides have to look for them every time we have to board the bus again.
The day was cloudy which meant our itinerary changed. This tour was just a shopping centre trip. The only good thing about this was the Shabu-Shabu hot pot and the boat trip on Lake Ashi. The bus took us to a very dilapidated snow resort where the warmest place was in the shop. If you wanted a coffee then walk for 5 minutes in the bitterly cold weather. After we then went for 2 hours to a shopping centre! We didnt want to go shopping- we wanted to see Mount Fuji.
We had no commentary from our guide along the way. I would NOT recommend this tour to anyone considering it cost 160AUD.
Overall an enjoyable trip, unfortunately the closure of Mt.Fuji 5th station wasn't expected by the organizer is a bit surprise to me. Are we the only group visiting Mt.Fuji 5th station in that week? There should be a bottle of mineral water given by the organizer unfortunately perhaps everyone too excited and forget about it.
I am satisfied with the tour, as the content is rich enough.
I am able to went to Mt. Fuji, Hakone and outlet in just one day, which I think only this tour can make it like this!
Because I can not speak Japanese, so I was a little nervous.
But there was no problem at all, as the guide has an i-pad for translation service. An interpreter will come out on the screen of i-pad, which is very efficient.