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2-5-1 Kamiyoshida, Fujiyoshida 403-0005, Yamanashi Prefecture
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Fujisan station of Fujikyu Highland railway provides access to the Fujiyoshida city and surrounding tourist spots. The station has a very scenic location and one can see Mount Fuji from the station platforms on a clear day. The station is served by Fujikyu railways...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Mt Fuji is one of the great place to visit. During summer, you can rarely see Mt Fuji due to fog. But it is a great experience to visit, see up close Mt. Fuji and check off your to do list.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

it’s a transit starting point for Fuji. If you want to go to Tokyo or Kyoto or Osaka by bus, then you start from this place at night and you can arrive at Kyoto/Osaka at five in the morning

Thank Henny K
Reviewed 25 May 2018

The station is a small and neat train station, and the bus station is in the left hand side after come out from the train station. The Station is attached with Daiso in 4th Floor, can shop if you take night bus to Osaka/kyoto. Bus...More

Thank Kiky101
Reviewed 11 May 2018

This is the main starting point for those doing the Yoshida Trail. This station is well equipped in terms of food options, shops, seating areas, and washroom facilities. There's free wifi near the information center which was very helpful. Staff do ask visitors to donate...More

2  Thank Brandon W
Reviewed 4 March 2018

Mount Fuji Station is the local bus, long distance coach and train station. Ideal station to use to explore Mount Fuji. Very clean.

Thank Hydrogels
Reviewed 3 March 2018

We made our way from Kawaguchiko to this station via the Fujikyu railway to catch a shuttle to our hotel. We were surprised to find a nice little department store and a Daiso shop that my wife enjoyed shopping at. The tourist information center staff...More

Thank Stu Y
Reviewed 31 December 2017

One of the scenic train stations unlike in bustling Tokyo. We walked from Fuji-Q Highland passing by a Citizen Watch Factory. We boarded a train going to Kawaguchiko and there we waited for buses going to Fuji Shibazakura Festival.

Thank ECLadines
Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

Clean and new. It is JR station at the same time express bus terminal. There is taxi stand too. There is tourist information center where you can get a map and info. Nice staff. This place is a place everyone cannot avoid as a starting...More

Thank OISEAU_K
Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

I went to Mt Fuji with a group but ended up just enjoying walking around on my own, and finding my own way to the Temple. I also walked around the shops and the other attractions there. I really found this mountain quite mesmerising. Took...More

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Response from Shahid K | Reviewed this property |
There should be a tour from Tokyo to Mt. Fuji. It is better to go on an organized tour in a bus as the tour guide explains a lot which travelling individually are missed. Since we did not visit Mt. Fuji from Tokyo but... More
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