Mount Fuji and Hakone Private Sightseeing Tour with english speaking driver

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  • 10 hr

Competition for the most beautiful region of Japan is fierce but Hakone is a serious contender. It’s no secret that Hakone is one of the most popular and accessible day trip destinations from Tokyo. What keeps people coming back is its famous hot springs and vastly untouched nature. Not to mention, on a lucky day, visitors can get a perfect glimpse of Mount Fuji from afar. Perhaps most strikingly, Hakone is heaps quieter, which is why even locals come here for a respite from the busy city on weekends. As this is a private tour, itinerary can be tailored according to your interests. Hassle free and comfortable way of visiting Fuji and Hokone. P.S All the location’s mentioned in the itinerary can’t be cover in one day, you can make own personalized itinerary with the help of driver on the tour day.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Crescent Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Mount Fuji

The Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station (富士スバルライン五合目, Fuji Subaru Line Gogōme, also known as Yoshidaguchi 5th Station or Kawaguchiko 5th Station) lies at approximately the halfway point of the Yoshida Trail, which leads from Fujiyoshida Sengen Shrine at the mountain's base to the summit of Mount Fuji.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Arakurayama Sengen Park

Famous spot with spectacular views of Mt. Fuji, cherry blossoms and crimson pagoda

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Lake Kawaguchiko

Lake kawaguchi is the second largest lake of the Mt Fuji five lakes, can enjoy the beautiful view of Mt fuji from the boat. The Panoramic Ropeway ascends to an observation point to Kachi Kachi Mountain.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Oishi Park

Oishi Park is a public park located on the north shore of Lake Kawaguchi. From the park you can enjoy a beautiful view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi. The park features a 350m walking path with many flowers planted along it; from early April to Late May the moss phlox flowers spread out like a pink carpet, from late June into late July the gorgeous lavender plants bloom, and from mid to late-October the kokia shrubs show their beautiful red autumn colors. The contrast between the various flowers and Mt. Fuji is spectacular. The park is also home to the Kawaguchiko Natural Living Center where you can enjoy making fruit jam and an all-you-can eat cherry & blueberry picking course. They also feature a café where you can try specialty made blueberry ice cream.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Hakone Shrine / Kuzuryu Shrine Singu

The Hakone Shrine is a Japanese Shinto shrine on the shores of Lake Ashi in the town of Hakone, dates back to the year 757. The “red gate of peace” (heiwa no torii) standing proud and tall in Ashinoko Lake.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Lake Ashi (Ashinoko)

Approx. 25-40 minute sightseeing cruise from Togendai-ko to Hakone-machi-ko/Moto-Hakone-ko. The Hakone scenery seen from the lake is completely beautiful. In the ship, 3D art and pirate objects, etc., can be enjoyed by children and adults alike. This sightseeing ship navigates Lake Ashi like a pirate ship! At present there are 3 different design pirate ships! Don’t miss prime spots with Mt. Fuji and the laketop torii gate of Hakone-jinja shrine both in the same view! As well as the views to be had around the lake, the details on the ship are also a sight not to miss!

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Hakone Ropeway

The observation platform offers breathtaking views of ‘Owakudani’, Hakone’s most famous tourist spot. Desolate mountainside covered by plumes of smoke produce a distinct scene so fitting the area’s former name of Hell Valley. Now, the Hakone Ropeway rising above Owakudani. There are also many scenic spots to be seen from the ropeway. Traveling from Sounzan to Owakudani, passengers can see the bottom of the valley below, and, when on route to Togendai, they can enjoy views of Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashi.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Owaku-dani Valley

If you take a glance over the vast, dreary piece of land, you’ll notice a white pillar of smoke rising from the bare surface of the mountain… Owakudani is one of most famous viewpoints in Hakone, where you can observe the intense volcanic activity from up close. It is said that this place came to be thanks to a phreatic eruption and pyroclastic flow that occurred almost 3000 years ago. The peculiar sulfur smell that spreads throughout the area was the reason behind its second name from the past, Jigokudani (Hell Valley). One of the local specialties is the “black eggs”, whose main trait is in the shells that turn black due to a chemical reaction with geothermal energy and volcanic gas. Head to this unique site using the ropeway, and enjoy a nice view of Hakone and Mt. Fuji along the way.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: The Hakone Open-Air Museum

The Hakone Open-Air Museum (箱根 彫刻の森美術館, Hakone Choukoku no Mori Bijutsukan) is Japan's first [open-air museum], opened in 1969 in Hakone in Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. It has collections of artworks made by Picasso, Henry Moore, Taro Okamoto, Yasuo Mizui, Churyo Sato, Susumu Shingū, and many others, featuring over a thousand sculptures and works of art. The museum is affiliated with the Fujisankei Communications Group media conglomerate.

Duration: 2 hour
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