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Fuji Five Lakes (Fujigoko) Tours

Fuji Five Lakes (Fujigoko)
The Fuji Five Lakes (Fujigoko) are a group of lakes situated at the northern base of the majestic Mount Fuji, around 100 kilometers west of Tokyo. These lakes are Lake Motosu, Lake Shoji, Lake Sai, Lake Kawaguchi, and Lake Yamanaka. Along with its incredible scenery, the area offers ample opportunities for hiking, camping, and fishing. It also features hot springs, museums, and even one of Japan's largest and most popular amusement parks, Fuji-Q Highland.

Lake Kawaguchi is easily accessed and offers a wealth of things for visitors to see and do. It’s also a great starting point for climbing Mount Fuji for those inclined to do so, and also popular with Tokyo locals escaping the heat and pace of the city, particularly during the summer. The largest lake is Yamanaka, while perhaps the most picturesque is the horseshoe-shaped Shōji. Elsewhere, Sai and Motosu are great spots to set up camp and enjoy water-based activities such as boating and fishing.

Practical Info

Access to the Fuji Five Lakes area from Tokyo is gained via the resort town of Fujiyoshida, located between Lakes Kawaguchi and Yamanaka. To reach Fujiyoshida from Tokyo, take the JR Chuo line to Otsuki and change to the Fujikyu line. Buses also serve Lakes Kawaguchi and Yamanaka from the city.
Address: Kanto, Japan, Japan
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Private Tour: Chartered Car to Mt. Fuji Lake Kawaguchiko or Hakone and Lake AshiDay Trips

Private Tour: Chartered Car to Mt. Fuji Lake Kawaguchiko or Hakone and Lake Ashi

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Find the best viewpoints on this private tour from Tokyo via minivan. Choose between visiting Mt. Fuji or Hakone and relax as your guide navigates twisting mountain roads with ease en route to sites such as Lake Kawaguchi, Lake Ashi, and Arakurayama Sengen Park. This full-day tour also includes hotel pickup and drop-off, a guide available in several languages, and the possibility to curate your trip to suit your interests—a privilege only allowed by a private tour.
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  • 10 hours
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  • 10 hours
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Private Mt Fuji and the Gotemba Outlet in One Day from TokyoDay Trips

Private Mt Fuji and the Gotemba Outlet in One Day from Tokyo

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Escape the city in favor of Mt. Fuji and retail therapy on a private full-day tour of Gotemba Outlet and Mt. Fuji from Tokyo. With just your guide and private party, you’ll ascend to Mt. Fuji 5th Station, replete with red torii gates and shinto shrines, to enjoy spectacular views. Plus, you’ll enjoy a hearty Japanese lunch and shop for souvenirs at more than 225 stores in Gotemba Outlet. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation

Day trip to Kawaguchi-ko, Fuji’s neighborDay Trips

Day trip to Kawaguchi-ko, Fuji’s neighbor

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For close-up views of Mt. Fuji as well as beautiful lakes, forests, hot spring baths, and cultural attractions, Kawaguchi-ko is a must-visit destination. On this guided tour you'll see the town and its natural beauty through the eyes of a local guide. As this is a private tour you can customize the itinerary to suit your needs and interests. Go at your own pace and see as much or as little as you wish.
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  • 10 hours
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