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Mt Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi Scenic 1-Day Bus Tour

1. Mt Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi Scenic 1-Day Bus Tour

Discover the scenery and historic landmarks around Lake Kawaguchi on a guided tour from Tokyo. Admire the views of Mt. Fuji as you see traditional houses, stunning pagodas, and the colorful flowers and plants of Oishi Park. Climb aboard the shuttle bus or join the tour at the Shinjuku departure point, and set off towards the Mt. Fuji area. On clear days, you will already be able to see Mt. Fuji from afar during the bus ride. Make the first stop at one of Japan's most iconic spots: Arakurayama Sengen Park. Admire the picture-perfect view of the 5 symbolic pagodas with Mt. Fuji in the background. Continue on from Mt. Arakurayama and proceed to the Kawaguchiko craft park right next to Kawaguchi Lake. If you prefer, take time to enjoy your lunch and walk around the lake as you take in the scenic view of Mt. Fuji's reflection on the water. After this, head to Oishi park which offers seasonal scenery with various types of flowers. Finally, stop by Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nenba which is located on the banks of Lake Saiko. Take a stroll through the village and marvel at the houses with thatched roofs which will give you a glimpse into life in Japan in the olden days. Conclude the tour at 6:15 PM when you will be dropped off in Shinjuku.

teamLab Planets TOKYO: Digital Art Museum Entrance Ticket

2. teamLab Planets TOKYO: Digital Art Museum Entrance Ticket

Enter teamLab Planets TOKYO and discover the incredible immersive art exhibition within. This full-body digital art experience allows visitors to enter completely into the artworks, with stimulation for all five senses. In this unique exhibition, each visitor’s presence impacts the artwork to finally become a part of it. The exhibition space includes several areas, covering over 10,000 square meters in total. Explore the great variety of installations, with different lights, sounds, and materials to mesmerize every guest.

Tokyo: Sumo Wrestling Tournament Ticket with Guide

3. Tokyo: Sumo Wrestling Tournament Ticket with Guide

Experience the excitement of Japanese sumo wrestling with this admission to one of the three annual tournaments that take place in Tokyo. In a group, tour the stadium with a professional English-speaking guide, and learn about sumo culture and traditions while watching these massive warriors go head-to-head. After meeting at the West Gate of JR Ryogoku Station at 2:15 PM, head to Ryogoku Sumo Stadium and enjoy the sumo games. Watch the ring entering ceremony of the Makuuchi (Strong) Division and the Yokozuna (Strongest) Division at 3:40 PM and 3:55 PM respectively. At 4:10 PM, the Makuuchi Division games start. See the sumo wrestlers try to force their opponent out of the ring or force any part of his body to touch the ground. Admire the results of the wrestlers' diligent training to become the highest-ranked wrestler. The tournament finishes at 6:00 PM.

From Tokyo: Mt. Fuji or Hakone Private Sightseeing Day Trip

4. From Tokyo: Mt. Fuji or Hakone Private Sightseeing Day Trip

Set off on a journey through the stunning landscapes of Mt. Fuji and Hakone. With two itineraries to choose from, pick the experience that best suits your preferences. Itinerary A focuses on the majesty of Mount Fuji and the Fuji Five Lakes and itinerary B takes you to Hakone's hot springs and artistic treasures. Itinerary A: A Glimpse of Fuji's Majesty 1. Arakurayama Sengen Park: Begin your adventure at Arakurayama Sengen Park, where you will be treated to a panoramic view of Mount Fuji. As you ascend the park's vantage point, prepare to be mesmerized by the awe-inspiring sight of Japan's tallest and most revered mountain, standing majestically against the azure sky. 2. Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Shrine: Continue your journey to the Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Shrine, a place of spiritual significance. Immerse yourself in the ancient traditions and serene atmosphere of this sacred shrine, which has long been a destination for pilgrims seeking blessings and protection on their ascent of Mount Fuji. 3. Mount Fuji (5th Station): The highlight of Itinerary A awaits as you ascend to the 5th Station of Mount Fuji. Located halfway up the mountain, this vantage point offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Take a moment to breathe in the crisp mountain air and marvel at the beauty of the landscapes below, capturing the essence of this iconic peak. 4. Lake Kawaguchi & Mount Fuji Panoramic Ropeway : From Mount Fuji, journey to Lake Kawaguchi, one of the renowned Fuji Five Lakes. This picturesque lake, with its tranquil waters, provides a perfect reflection of the grandeur of Mount Fuji. Take a leisurely stroll along the shores, embracing the serene ambiance and capturing captivating views that paint a postcard-perfect setting. The Mount Fuji Panoramic Ropeway ascends 400 meters from the eastern shore of Lake Kawaguchiko to an observation deck near the peak of Mount Tenjo. From the observation deck, which sits more than 1000 meters above sea level, there are panoramic views of the lake below and of Mount Fuji. 5. Oishi Park: Next, immerse yourself in the beauty of Oishi Park, known for its vibrant flowers and breathtaking views. Adorned with seasonal blooms, this park offers a kaleidoscope of colors against the backdrop of Mount Fuji. Engage your senses as you explore the park's pathways, capturing the harmony between nature and the iconic mountain. 6. Oshino Hakkai: Conclude Itinerary A with a visit to Oshino Hakkai, a traditional Japanese village famous for its crystal-clear spring water ponds. Admire the idyllic scenery, characterized by ancient thatched-roof houses and tranquil ponds fed by Mount Fuji's melting snow. Experience the charm of rural Japan and gain insight into the local lifestyle and customs. Itinerary B: The Serenity of Hakone 1. Arakurayama Sengen Park: Embark on your journey at Arakurayama Sengen Park, capturing one last glimpse of Mount Fuji before venturing into the captivating region of Hakone. 2. Oishi Park: Indulge your senses in the serene beauty of Oishi Park, where colorful blooms and peaceful surroundings create a captivating atmosphere. Stroll along the pathways, immersing yourself in the harmony between nature and art. 3. Hakone Ropeway: Board the Hakone Ropeway, an extraordinary aerial cable car ride offering panoramic vistas of Mount Fuji, the lush valleys, and the glistening Lake Ashi. As you ascend to the summit of Mount Komagatake, revel in the breathtaking views that stretch as far as the eye can see. 4. Hakone Sightseeing Cruise: Embark on a scenic cruise on Lake Ashi, surrounded by the natural splendor of Hakone. Relax and soak in the tranquil ambiance as you glide across the pristine waters, with the iconic torii gate of Hakone Shrine in the distance. 5. Hot Springs Bath: Unwind and rejuvenate your senses with a visit to the renowned hot springs of Hakone. Immerse yourself in the healing mineral-rich waters, known for their therapeutic properties. Allow the soothing atmosphere to envelop you, providing the perfect respite amidst nature's embrace. 6. Hakone Open Air Museum: Conclude Itinerary B with a visit to the Hakone Open Air Museum, a unique art space set amidst breathtaking natural surroundings. Discover captivating sculptures and installations that blend seamlessly with the landscape, creating an enchanting fusion of art and nature.

Tokyo: TeamLab Planets Entry Ticket and Private Hotel Pickup

5. Tokyo: TeamLab Planets Entry Ticket and Private Hotel Pickup

Walk through water and experience a garden where you become one with the flowers with this ticket to the TeamLab Planets museum in Tokyo. Take the stress out of planning your visit with the included hotel pickup service.  Be whisked away from your accommodation in Tokyo in a private car by a professional driver. Avoid worrying about transportation, navigation, or language barriers.  Explore four massive exhibition spaces and two gardens. By immersing your entire body with other people in these massive pieces of art, the boundary between the body and the artwork dissolves.  Feel the boundaries between the self, others, and the world become continuous, as you uncover a new relationship without boundaries between yourself and the world.

Tokyo: 5-Hour Historical Cycling Tour with Lunch

6. Tokyo: 5-Hour Historical Cycling Tour with Lunch

Meet your guide at Asakusabashi station and receive a short briefing about the tour, as well as traffic rules in Tokyo to ensure a safe journey. Begin by travelling to the Ryogoku district, famous for being the heartland of professional Sumo Wrestling. After learning a bit about Sumo culture, make your way to Tsukiji Fish Market. Here you will have a walking tour around the market, seeing the local traders going about their daily business. Enjoy a delicious seafood lunch at the market, with the freshest fish. After your time at the market, cycle towards the Imperial Palace. Admire the beautiful gardens and stately palace which is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. Pay a visit to a local shrine and large temple near Tokyo tower and learn about religion and history of Japan. Cycle towards Akihabara, the cultural center of anime, manga, and video games in Japan! Finally, make your way back to the meeting point to finish the tour.

From Tokyo: Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour w/ Return by Bullet Train

7. From Tokyo: Mt. Fuji & Hakone Tour w/ Return by Bullet Train

●Departure from Shinjuku Love Object to Mt. Fuji area (About 2.5 hour) ●Subaru Line and Mt. Fuji 5th Station (If Mt. Fuji's 5th Station cannot be reached due to bad weather, an accident on the road, etc, we will visit the highest elevation point possible.) ●Lunch time ●Hakone Ropeway Visit Owakudani volcanic area. Once you reach higher altitudes, you can try eggs cooked in sulfuric water, heated by the volcano and lava below (fee is not included). ●Ashi Lake cruise Enjoy the picturesque view of Mt. Fuji from the ship deck when it is sunny ● (Tour ends at Odawara station at approx. 17:30) ●Going back to Tokyo station by bullet train (duration: 34mins)

Shinjuku: Guided Full-Day Mount Fuji Bus Tour

8. Shinjuku: Guided Full-Day Mount Fuji Bus Tour

Get the best views of Mount Fuji, discover the Aokigahara Forest, and explore Oishi Park on this guided bus tour. Start at 8:00 AM in Shinjuku and head towards Mount Fuji, stopping first at Chureito Pagoda, often seen on Japanese postcards and popular across social media for its outlook. Visit the Mt. Fuji World Heritage Centre and learn about the mountain's significance in history, geography, religion, and more. Stop at a restaurant and taste the local specialty of the area. Next, venture to Aokigahara Forest, also known as the Sea of Trees, famous for the Fugaku Fuketsu Wind Cave. Explore the 201 meters of chilly passageways inside the cave. Marvel at the remarkable lava formations, rope-like formations, and unmelted ice pillars. Lastly, visit Oishi Park to capture the stunning view of Mt. Fuji, framed by colorful seasonal flowers and Lake Kawaguchiko.

Private Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum Tour

9. Private Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum Tour

Start your tour by taking in a house designed by Kunio Mayekawa, who worked under Le Corbusier and Antonin Raymond, and contributed to the development of modern architecture in Japan. Built during the Second World War, Mayekawa’s sophisticated design was influenced by world-renowned architects and still attracts many visitors. Move on to a house designed by the architect Sutemi Horiguchi, who introduced Dutch architecture for the first time to Japan. Built in 1925, just after Horiguchi returned from a trip to Europe, Art Deco style and De Stijl (The Style) compositions are also seen in the traditional Japanese rooms. See the luxurious interior decoration in the residence of the Mitsui family, said to be one of the richest families in Japan. The latter half of the tour can be enjoyed especially by Studio Ghibli film fans. We will walk through "Shitamachi", East Tokyo area, lined with buildings that look like they could appear in one of those animations. Enjoy the beautiful traditional bathhouse and old train which used to run through Tokyo. Please note that the tour is an architectural tour of the Tokyo Edo Open Air Architectural Museum. The tour does not go to the Ghibli Museum.

Tokyo: Small Worlds Tokyo Entry Ticket

10. Tokyo: Small Worlds Tokyo Entry Ticket

Get entry tickets to one of Asia's largest miniature museums, Small Worlds Tokyo. See miniatures of real-world and fictional places, complete with sounds, moving vehicles, and distinct day and night cycles. Visit 7 thematic areas including the Space Center, Global Village, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Kansai International Airport, and 3 exhibitions based on the hit anime “Neon Genesis Evangelion”. Explore interactive features of the exhibits by pressing buttons and seeing interesting activating effects. Enter the Universe Center Area and be startled by the airflow and loud noise from the rocket. Experience the architectural styles of 5 Asian and European countries from the 1900s at the Global Village Area. At the Kansai Airport Area, feel like you are actually at the airport as the sound of departing and landing planes are reproduced. If you are deeply fascinated by anime, head to the Genakuku Area to witness animation plots featuring augmented and virtual reality. Create your own miniature copy using the 3D scanner and take it home with you.

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Started at 8:30 and takes a couple of hours to get there, with a break stop. Make sure you book for a clear skies sunny day, it’s beautiful and we ended up stopping 4 times! At different viewing areas and a lovely village at the end. The guide was amazing and he gave us some good insight and then you go and explore the area yourself. Great day out! Highly recommend.

The bus depart on time, we visited exactly the places they told us at the description of the tour. The places visited were amazing the only thing we could see Mt. Fuji because of the cloudy day.

A remarkable, fully immersive experience. Amazing digital and creative displays. The kids loved it. My husband said it was one of the best things he’s done.

What an amazing experience this was… all your senses are awakened and leaves you in awe in every phase. Definitely worth every penny and every second spent!

Absollutely wonderful. So much fun. Remember to book in time!