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Mt Fuji (Fujisan) Station

Mt Fuji (Fujisan) Station

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Also known as Fujisan Station, Mt Fuji Station is the third last stop on the Fujikyu Railway Line. Running from the terminals of Otsuki Station and nearby Kawaguchiko Station, the line is one of the primary ways for visitors to access Mount Fuji and the surrounding area including buses that run from the station to the mountain. On this page you will find the following information:

Fujikyu Railway Line

Bus Services to Mount Fuji

Accommodation Nearby the Station

30 Things to Do Around Fuji & Where to Stay

How to Get to Mount Fuji

Private Charters & Tours in Central Japan

It should be noted that Mt Fuji Station is located nearby Kawaguchiko Station, the end of the line and another convenient point from where to head to the nearby mountain. The areas surrounding both stations offer plenty of accommodation making them popular with visitors heading to Fuji, including those intending to climb the mountain.

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Whether you intend to climb or simply enjoy the views of Japan’s most iconic landscape, there’s plenty on offer both on and around the mountain. See ’30 Things to Do Around Fuji & Where to Stay’ below for lots of great tips and suggestions of what’s on offer in the Central Japan and the best places to find accommodation nearby the mountain.

FUJIKYU RAILWAY LINE


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The Fujikyu Railway Line operates along the Otsuki and Kawaguchiko lines and in doing so, connects Otsuki Station to the most convenient stations in the region around Mount Fuji, terminating at Kawaguchiko Station. The line also includes stops at the following:

Otsuki / Kamiotsuki / Tanokura / Kasei / Akasaka / Tsurushi / Yamuramachi / Tsurubunkadaigaku-mae / Tokaichiba / Higashikatsura / Mitsutoge / Kotobuki / Yoshiikeonsen-mae / Shimoyoshida / Gekkoji / Mt.Fuji (Fujisan) / Fujikyu-Highland / Kawaguchiko*

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*Please note, stations marked in bold / red on the map are stops on all services. Those not marked in bold are only serviced by certain services throughout the day. This train line is not covered by any Japan Rail (JR) Pass.

BUS SERVICES TO MOUNT FUJI


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Visitors intending to climb Mount Fuji can use the Fujikyuko Bus service from the station to head to the Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station. Enroute the bus also stops at Kawaguchiko Station – so visitors can also go from there – along with the 3rd and 4th stations. To get a seat on the bus, it’s best to start from Mt. Fuji Station from where it takes around 60 minutes to reach the 5th station (or 50 minutes from Kawaguchiko Station).

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A one-way journey costs around JPY1570 per adult or JPY2300 for a round-trip. Several sightseeing buses also operate from the station, carrying visitors to many nearby destinations. For further information, please refer to the Fujikyoko Bus website.

ACCOMMODATION NEARBY THE STATION


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Given the proximity of Mt Fuji Station to Kawaguchiko (Kawaguchi Lake) and Mount Fuji, the surrounding area is home to many excellent hotels and guesthouses. Around the station, you have a good range of mid-range Western-style hotels. For accommodation listings, see our ‘Mt Fuji (Fujisan) Station Area’ hotel page. Alternatively, the station is within easy reach of Kawaguchiko – an area known for its outstanding views of the mountains and fantastic accommodation including high-end options. Many have their own ‘onsen’ (hot springs) from where you can take in the view of Fuji. With many attractions and activities spread around the Kawaguchiko area, it is an ideal place to stay overnight or explore over multiple days. For accommodation listings in the area, please refer to our ‘Kawaguchiko (Kawaguchi Lake) Onsen Area’ page.

30 THINGS TO DO AROUND FUJI & WHERE TO STAY


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Whether you plan to climb the mountain or just want to see it in all its grandeur, there are plenty of reasons to visit Mount Fuji throughout the year. Our ’30 Things To Do Around Fuji & Where To Stay’ page has lots of great tips and suggestions of what’s on offer on and near the mountain including other great destinations in Central Japan.

HOW TO GET TO MOUNT FUJI


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Visitors heading to Fuji can make the journey using public transport, their own car or arrange a tour or charter. For information on how to reach the famous mountain, see our ‘How To Get To Mount Fuji’ page.

PRIVATE CHARTERS & TOURS IN CENTRAL JAPAN


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Based in Nagano, we are the region’s No.1 tour and charter operator. Operating all year round, we can provide charters to any destination including in Central Japan with customised itineraries to suit your travel needs and interests. We have the expertise and experience to help you get the most out of your time in the region, including transport to and from any regional destination.

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Our drivers and vehicles are fully certified, allowing us to transport you to and from your preferred destinations, in combination with any activity that suits your interests and schedule. All vehicles are fitted with a protective screen – separating the driver from passenger and luggage area – and our drivers wear protective masks, allowing you to move between your destinations in comfort and safety.

Why choose us?

Awarded a 2019 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for our 1-Day Snow Monkeys, Zenko-ji Temple & Sake Tour – recognised as one of the Top 10 Experiences in Japan – we have the local knowledge and experience to help you get the most out of your time in Central Japan.

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