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2009 - 2010 Mt. Fuji Winter Day Tour

Mt. Fuji is at its most beautiful in Winter, but most tourists or people living in Japan visit in Summer to climb to the summit.

At greenT Guides we believe in offering something different and we are planning a day tour to experience the beauty of Mt. Fuji in Winter. The trip will be available to people visiting or living in Japan, and it will be arranged through a licensed travel agent.

Mt. Fuji -English Tour Guides in Japan

Mt. Fuji winter experience day tour.

  • Group size:From 5 to 8 persons.
  • Fee:15,000 yen each
  • Period:December to the end of February on demand.
Schedule
10:00 Shin Fuji station ( Tokaido Shinkansen )
11:00 Visit Fujisan Hongu Sengen Shrine in Fujinomiya

Take a walk in the precincts and learn about Shintoism and the shrine dedicated  to the god of Mt. Fuji.

12:00 Lunch  Local delicacies can be arranged
13:00 Sake Brewery ( Takasago )

Winter is the season when sake rice wine is fermented and the newest products are readied for sale.

Enjoy traditional old warehouse and Buddhist statues

that were brought from the summit of Mt. Fuji in the Meiji Era.

Rice wine absorbs strong fragrances very easily so please refrain from wearing perfumes or colognes.

14:00 Leave for Asagiri Highland
14:30

Photo lesson at Maple House. Receive a lesson from a famous professional photographer and create some original pictures of Mt. Fuji's winter scenery.

The photos on this page were taken by our teacher's wife, Noriko Nagatsuka.

The professional photographer is Seishi Nagatsuka. He is a leading photographer of automobile advertisements; the late Honda Soichiro, ex-CEO of Honda Motors, called him 'an amazing chap.' This is a unique opportunity to improve your photography skills.

16:30 Finish

For those returning home we will take you to the station. For those who wish to stay, our affiliated travel agents can find quality lodgings or places to eat to suit any budget or taste.

For more details, please contact us.
Shinto Priest -English Tour Guides in Japan

User Voices

[12/22/2009]

I tasted different types of sake at the sake brewery in Fujinomiya and learnt how they made sake. I really appreciated Yumi’s transalation. I was able to understand everything the man said. It was a great experience. After that we went to a famous shrine in Fujinomiya. It was very impressive ... click for details

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