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Visit one of Japan’s most magnificent natural monuments on a 2-day trip to Mt Fuji from Tokyo. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, ascend to the summit of the magnificent mountain during the night to watch an enchanting sunrise over the spectacular urban landscape of Tokyo. Soothe aching muscles in the steaming serenity of outdoor hot springs and revitalize with flavorsome and fulfilling Japanese meals throughout the tour. Enjoy convenient round-trip transportation from Tokyo to Mt Fuji on this exhilarating excursion.


  • Overnight hiking adventure up Mt Fuji
  • Watch the sun rise from the top of Mt Fuji
  • Relax your tired muscles in an onsen (spa) hot spring bath
  • Enjoy stunning views across the Japanese landscape

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Much more interactive than a typical coach tour, this excursion features both daytime and nighttime hikes and is an awesome opportunity for adventurous people who don't want to just admire Mt Fuji from afar. Seeing the sunrise from the top is unforgettable!

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What You Can Expect

2-Day Mt Fuji Sunrise Climb from Tokyo

Hiking Mt Fuji

Enhance your experience of the majestic Mt. Fuji by ascending to the summit on an overnight hike. After your invigorating climb, watch the sunrise over the spectacular landscape below, casting an incandescent glow onto the surrounding peaks. Return to sea level and succumb to serenity in the relaxing hot springs of Beni-Fuji-no-Yu before heading back to Tokyo. Revitalize with complimentary meals mentioned in the itinerary and enjoy round-trip transportation from Tokyo on this enriching experience.


Day 1: Tokyo - Mt Fuji Seventh Station (D)
Meet your guide at Keio Plaza Hotel in Shinjuku at 7:00 am and then walk to the parking lot to ride the bus to Mt. Fuji Lake Kawaguchi 5th Station (approx. 90 mins). After arrival you can get some rest and eat lunch (at your own expense) while preparing for the climb. Begin climbing on the Yoshida Trail from Lake Kawaguchi 5th Station at 2,304 meter and you will have approx. 45 mins rest time total during the climb.

Arrive at the Mountain Hut, also called "Toyokan" in Japanese, above Mt. Fuji 7th Station at 2,910 meter about 5:00 pm. You can get some rest or take a nap briefly at the mountain hut that consists of a mixed men's and women's room with bunk beds (approx. 1 meter by 2 meter). Dinner will be served.

At 10:00 pm, start the second part of your climb. Be guided by the moonlight and the beam of your flashlight as you walk over steep rocky outcrops to reach the summit of Mt Fuji, where you’ll wait for the first rays of dawn to peek through the horizon. This section is approximately 5 hours long.

Day 2: Mt. Fuji - Tokyo (B)
Arrive on the top of Mt. Fuji and the mountain crater in the following morning around 3:00 am. Enjoy the stunning view of the sunrise from the summit at 3,776 meter while having the breakfast - inari zushi, the traditional Japanese rice ball wrapped in fried tofu. At 5:00 am start descending via Yoshida Trail towards Lake Kawaguchi and then head for the 5th Station (about 4 hours). After arriving at the 5th Station, you will be picked up by the bus and go to Yamanaka Onsen (hot spring).

Beni-Fuji-no-Yu of Lake Yamanaka Onsen is a natural alkaline hot spring. While relaxing in the hot spring outdoor, you can usually enjoy the view of Mt. Fuji as well. You can eat lunch there at your own expense. When the tour concludes, you will be dropped off near the West Exit of JR Shinjuku Station.

Please note: The summit of Mt Fuji is 12,388 feet (3,776 meters) above sea level and altitude sickness may occur. The rest stop at the mountain hut is designed to acclimatize you to the altitude so you can avoid altitude sickness.

Customer Reviews

Robert N United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

The guides were incredibly knowledgeable, friendly and spoke great English. Definitely worth the money and would do it again.

Anastasia Y

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

that was a great time! Thank for everyone who led us and gave us such a great opportunity.
I wish it was less smogy so we could see Fuji from the side, but walking above the clouds and below the stars was amazing. Never breathed an air as tasty as at the top of Fuji!

Eva M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

This tour was amazing!

Daniel P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

Best Japan experience. Really good trip and tour. Be prepared though, you will not be sleeping in a 5 star hotel overnight :

Winny W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2015

very professional guides, enjoyed the trip tremendously.

Gregg C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015

Very professional tour guides!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2014

Viator contracted the local tour operator. They were incredible...caring folks that explained everything and had all logistics (transpo, trail, hut, food) taken care of. Hike was slow but ensured everyone that could hike did make it. Sunrise made it all worth it. Prepare to spend $5-$6 p/ bottle of water if you don't bring enough. Have gear necessary for 3 kinds of weather (cold, hot, wet)...we hit all three in our trip. Met great folks from around the world...0 complaints. Must do experience....this will thrust you into Japanese culture.

Elizabeth R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2013

The hike and tour guides were amazing! I highly recommend this trip! The onsen after the hike was just what we needed...cannot say enough good things about this trip!

Victoria E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2013

The tour was perfect, the English speaking guide really knew her stuff. It's very cold at the top, don't forget hats and gloves! The whole experience was fantastic and one which we will never forget. This trip was in the first week of our three week honeymoon, cannot recommend it highly enough!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2013

Fantastic tour!

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