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Take a quick nature-lover’s day trip to the majestic Mt. Fuji and forest of Aokigahara, offering the perfect break from Tokyo’s fast-paced hustle and bustle. Enjoy the impressive views from Mount Fuji’s 7,610 foot-high (2,305 meter) 5th Station and join a guide for a one-of-a-kind visit inside an ice cave typically off-limits to the public. Your excursion includes pick-up in Tokyo (at select hotels), transport and entrance fees, local guide and evening drop-off in Tokyo’s nightlife hotspot of Shinjuku.


  • Full-day tour from Tokyo to Mt Fuji and Aokigahara Forest
  • Travel up the mountain to Fuji's 5th station — the highest point a vehicle can go
  • Explore the Narusawa Ice Cave in Aokigahara Forest
  • End your tour at Tokyo’s vibrant Shinjuku nightlife precinct
  • Great tour if you’re short on time but want to check Mt Fuji off your list

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

It's great for nature lovers who want to enjoy some quality time admiring snowcapped Mt Fuji and exploring the lava-formed caves at its base. This tour was made for visitors who are short on time and only have one day to get to and from Mt Fuji.

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What You Can Expect

Mt Fuji and Aokigahara Forest Day Trip from Tokyo

Suited up and ready to go in!

For anyone short on time, this combination Mount Fuji and forest day trip is the perfect way to sample of the scenic beauty of Japan’s great outdoors. The morning of the tour, your transport will pick you up at your hotel (please refer to hotel pickup details), driving two hours west towards the snow-capped Mount Fuji, Japan’s most-famous peak.

Upon arrival at the 5th Station, the highest point reachable on Mt Fuji by vehicle, take the next 30 to 40 minutes to savor the breathtaking views, camera at-the-ready, or check out the on-site gift shop for a souvenir.

The second half of your day begins at the Sea of Trees, known officially as Aokigahara Forest. The striking landscape is the result of thousands of years of volcanic activity, creating the area’s exposed lava flows, exposed tree roots and eerie caves formed by explosions of volcanic gas. The day’s final activity takes you on an adventure inside Narusawa Ice Cave with a local guide, an activity normally off-limits to most visitors. Your insider’s exploration weaves through the slippery surfaces of this subterranean space, revealing the cave’s surreal ice formations.

End your tour with a drop-off at the bus stop of the Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park to wait for a bus back to Tokyo, with a ticket given to you by your guide. Pass the time with activities including bowling, a gift shop and concession stand. Take the two-hour bus ride back to Tokyo and continue the fun.

Customer Reviews

Sharon D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Guide on first part of tour spoke good English, and gave lots of info about Tokyo and Mt Fuji on the way there.
Guide for cave and forest tour was very nice, knowledgeable, spoke decent English. Was snowing when we went to the forest, which (I think) added to the experience. Would definitely recommend

Alison W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Our guide was wonderful. That wind/ice cave was a really great place to be in the highest heat of summer. It was mystical, dark, beautiful and everything we expected.

Nicholas F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

It was fun getting there. Mt. Fuji was covered in fog though. We went to the Ice Caves. The only issue was the ride back. We had to make multiple stops and traffic was bad. I would have like an express ticket with no hassles. Our bus was late. We musta waited 1hr The good thing is that they ordered tickets in advance. Our ice cave tour guide was awesome. Please share my email address with him!

Corey D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Go for the caving. Period. That and #39;s it. Nothing else. It was the experience of a lifetime, the highlight of my entire two week trip. It was amazing. Fuji was nice, but the caving experience is where it and #39;s at.

Michael R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Not to be missed! We had a great time and loved our guide!
It was perfect for our group of eight ranging from ages 22-62!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Mt Fuji was good. Dropped off at Welcome center for view of mountain and vistas. No hiking involved. The Aokigahara forest was excellent. It's a large park. We hiked for about twenty minutes to the wind cave. Be prepared for close quarters and wear appropriate clothing and shoes.

Jacob B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

This tour was amazing!

Celma B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Amazing experience! Really loved it!
Thought the line of buses on Mount Fuji was long, but we got there and the guide was super nice and helpful!
The cave is really scary and not for the weak! LOL
We had a great time!

Noel S Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Despite the uncooperative weather, this tour was a highlight of our trip because of the caving experience. The forest is stunning, and the cave itself made us feel as if we were in Raiders of the Lost Ark.A warning though, shoes with a good grip are essential as it is dark, rocky, and very slippery inside the cave.

Deborah P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

The trip was amazing, Mt Fuji was awesome but a bit more time at the top would have been good. Lunch was great and our trip to Aokigahara Forest was the best. The guide was friendly and very informative. His knowledge of the area was very interesting and i would recommend the Aokigahara Forest trip to everyone that visits Japan. It was good to see the countryside of Japan. It was a bit of a wait for bus back to Tokyo but that would be my only issue with the whole trip.

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