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Narusawa Ice Cave

8533, Narusawa-mura, Minamitsuru-gun 401-0320, Yamanashi Prefecture
+81 555-85-2301
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Mt Fuji and Aokigahara Forest Day Trip from Tokyo
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  • Average14%
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8533, Narusawa-mura, Minamitsuru-gun 401-0320, Yamanashi Prefecture
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+81 555-85-2301
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

This was a stop on a tour to Mt. Fuji. We walked inside the cave for about 15 minutes. The guided tour was in Japanese. It probably would have been better if I spoke Japanese.

Thank Richard F
Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

We thought we'd go check out the ice cave after having it mentioned by our host. It wasn't to bad, just really short. By far the best part was witnessing one fella trip down the steps.

Thank Earl T
Reviewed 14 September 2017

Bring a jacket or windbreaker because it gets cold in the cave. Its short but interesting to learn about. You can buy a cheaper pass that includes both the ice cave and the wind cave.

Thank Daryl L
Reviewed 4 June 2017

We visited the Narusawa Ice Cave in the middle o a hot afternoon, and had to put on extra clothing and change our shoes before our descent (thankfully!). You need to wear helmets to enter the cave, with good reason! The entrance to the cave...More

1  Thank J00lsC
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

We came here as part of our tour to Mt Fuji. It was a fun climb down into the cave but the experience is quite brief. Not recommended if you have claustrophobia or are stiff jointed. You have to bend down quite low in places...More

Thank Baker_Bowie
Reviewed 1 May 2017

This cave was our first option when we hear about the aokigahara caves, we were very excited about going inside the cave, there were some advertisements about low ceiings and need of bend down. We went inside but I could go inside all the way...More

Thank Ororo_Granger
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

Wierd, wild and wonderful underground caverns filled with ice or as one child with us called it "subterranean icebergs". It only takes a few minutes to see and is worth the stop.

Thank TravelinDeweyIV
Reviewed 1 April 2017

We happened to be in the area and decided to check the cave out. It wasn't bad, but was expecting a bit more. However, I have to say the attendant was extremely helpful and provided great advice as we went into the cave. Additionally, we...More

Thank Malesso_Traveler
Reviewed 31 March 2017

We took to this place because we have some time left on our Kawaguchiko day trip, even though it's a bit far away, it's still an interesting one as this was a cave used to keep ice blocks in the old days. The tour itself...More

Thank Kevin Y
Reviewed 21 February 2017

This was pretty weak. There's hardly anything to see and you reach the exit 5-10 minutes after three to four passages or rooms. Save your spelunking for somewhere else.

1  Thank wolflikeyou
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