Mount Fuji 2 Day Guided Climb

Ren, a local JMGA mountain guide, wants to guide you on a 2-day climbing trip of Mount Fuji, the highest and most famous mountain in all of Japan!




Trip Duration

2 days

People per Guide

8 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

Jul, Aug, Sep

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Mount Fuji (3,776m) is one of the most famous mountains in the world. It is also one of the 3 holy mountains of Japan. Located just 100 kilometres from Tokyo, on clear days, you can even see it from the city.

    Mount Fuji is so much more than a mountain, it is a legendary symbol of Japan. Both profound and beautiful, being able to climb this peak and stand on its summit is a mesmerizing experience. And because it is open to all climbing skill levels, almost anybody can join me on this breathtaking 2-day trek.

    The adventure will start at JR Mishima station, where we will take the bus to the 5th station. From there, we will go to the Fujinomiya trailhead, where we will acclimatize at 2,380 metres while having lunch. After that, the trek will begin. We should reach the Akaiwa mountain hut (3,300m) at the 8th station by the afternoon. Once there, we will eat and rest for the night.

    On the second day, we will wake very early, at 4:30 am. However, because of the early wake-up time, you will get to enjoy an absolutely stunning sunrise. After a Japanese breakfast, we will begin our ascent. We should reach the summit at approximately 8:30 am, where you get to revel at the amazing views. We will then make our descent to the Mount Hoei Volcanic Crater before returning to the 5th station.

    Contact me if you would like me to guide you over the course of 2 days to the top of Mount Fuji, an incredible, magical mountain.

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    110000 JPY

    Group of 2
    55000 JPY

    Group of 3
    40000 JPY

    Group of 4
    32500 JPY

    Group of 5
    28000 JPY

    Group of 6
    25000 JPY

    Group of 7
    24000 JPY

    Group of 8
    22500 JPY


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)
     The price does not include accommodation, which also includes dinner and breakfast and costs 7500 yen per person per night, at the 8th station mountain hut. The price also does not include transportation to/from JR Gotemba Station. There are shuttle bus round trip tickets from a parking lot to the 5th station trail head. They are 1,800 yen per person.

    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point

    JR Mishima Station (accessible from Tokyo for about an hour ride by bullet train ca. JPY 4000 one way, accessible from Kyoto as well).


    About the Guide


    I'm a professional billingual tour guide. When I was a university student in Tokyo, I participated in an outdoor nature program as a conservation intern at Yosemite National Park Service and since then I have been an outdoor enthusiast. My life motivation has been always in the pursuit of feeling inspiration from nature and sharing the pleasure of it with others.
    For overseas experience, I studied environmental studies at University of California, Santa Cruz for an exchange program and also after graduation I worked as a trekking guide at Aoraki/Mt. Cook National Park in New Zealand.
    Here are my qualifications
    - Licensed Tour Guide Interpreter (English)
    - Mountain Hiking Guide, certified by Japan Mountain Guides Association(JMGA)
    - Wilderness Advanced First Aid
    - Itinerary Control Manager



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    What People are Saying

    • 1 review


    Ren was truly fantastic. Prior to, during and after our tour he took care of everything he could so that we had an amazing experience. As a seasoned climber I was nervous about my girlfriend keeping up with us but Ren not only made the journey possible but also was the sole reason she enjoyed herself as much as she did while summiting. His humor and caring also made some of the smallest things a non issue and the biggest problems, no problem at all. Truly an amazing guide and phenomenal person.
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