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Enhance your experience of Japan’s natural splendor on a 2-day tour of Mt Fuji and its spectacular surroundings from Tokyo. Marvel at the snow-smothered summit of Mt Fuji; soothe aching muscles in steaming hot springs; peruse art inspired by the region’s natural beauty in an esteemed gallery; and feel your adrenaline levels surge while riding hair-raising rollercoasters at Fuji-Q Highland. Luxuriate in comfortable overnight accommodation and enjoy traditional Japanese meals and convenient round-trip transportation from Tokyo on this enriching adventure.


  • 2-day Mt Fuji, Fujiyama Onsen Hot Springs and Fuji-Q Highland tour from Tokyo
  • Travel to Mt Fuji’s 5th station and learn about the revered mountain from your professional guide
  • Enjoy a traditional Japanese lunch with views of Mt Fuji
  • Rejuvenate at an onsen (natural hot springs resort) next to your hotel
  • Ride thrilling roller coasters at Fuji-Q Highland amusement park
  • Tour includes early admission to Fuji-Q Highland, entrance to the onsen and to the Fujiyama Museum

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Catch a glimpse of Mt Fuji from the top of a roller-coaster at Fuji-Q Highland before plummeting down the tracks at breakneck speeds!

What You Can Expect

2-Day Mt Fuji, Onsen and Fuji-Q Highland Tour from Tokyo

Shining Flower Ferris Wheel at Fuji Q Highland

On this enriching overnight tour, relax in luxurious accommodation at the Highland Resort and Spa, home to soothing natural hot springs and picturesque scenery. Enjoy admission to the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park, a thrill-seekers haven replete with hair-raising rollercoasters that afford spectacular views of Mt Fuji. Ascend to the mountain’s 5th Station to absorb the sacred ambience of a place referred to as the border between heaven and earth, and gain entry to the Fujiyama Museum, a gallery that showcases art inspired by the natural landmarks of the region.  
Please see the Itinerary section below for detailed information on each aspect of the overnight tour.


Customer Reviews

Dina M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2014

Mt. Fuji was amazing and awesome!

Kylie H

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better December 2015

We went in early Dec. We had to go to the 4th station because the 5th was too dangerous with the snow. We didn and #39;t even see the moutain as the whole scenery was covered in fog. FUJI Q was amazing though and we bought the 2 day pass. We saw Mt Fuji at the hotel - amazing views.

Joshua A W

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better January 2015

The tour was lacklustre. The view of Mount Fuji was much better seen from the hotel where we were dropped after two hours. Two day tour implies there will be more of a tour than driven to a car park and then dropped off at the hotel.


1 star rating: I do not recommend this June 2015

Quite a few issues in this trip.

1 Hotel: I was surprised Viator put me up in a really bad room n the Highland hotel. It was a smokers room for sure cause it stunk. My request to change rooms was denied. And even the hotel itself, did not seem like the hotel you would be expect to put-up after paying Viator what they were asking for the tour. It was not a good hotel. I am betting it is quite old.

2 Orchestration: The tour felt too hurried. We were clubbed with other tour members who were supposed to go onto Lake Ashi. So we got to spend a grand 25 minutes at the 5th station of Mt Fuji! After that, it was a crappy lunch and checking in to the hotel to twiddle thumbs! So I travelled thousands of miles to spend 25 minutes at Mt. Fuji. There was hardly any guide needed for that!

3 Food: I had requested a vegetarian meal. And yeah, I got vegetables and a soup.
More importantly, the food was not good even otherwise. After lunch, most people had left a lot of the food on the table. I spoke to another couple who had the full meal but complained that the food was severely lacking.

4 Timing: Trips like these should not be conducted just because there is demand for it. Viator and its partners should be able to advise its customers whether the trip is worth taking during certain times of the year. For example, June, is probably not a good time to visit the mountain cause the view is most definitely blocked by the clouds. I will also take some blame for this. I should have looked at the weather forecast.

So you can imagine even the Fuji-Q highlands was a wash. Story for another time!

5 Fuji-Q: Viator should give the full day pass and not merely an entry ticket to the park for the price it is charging for this tour. The entry ticket is actually useless unless you just want to see the rides and not sit on them.

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