You can reach Fuji-san by train or bus from Tokyo.
Note: Costs and travel times are subject to change.
So you want to see Mount Fuji, that 3,776-meter-high icon of Japan? It’s a volcano, but let’s not think too much about that. Depending on what it is you plan to do there (climbing to the summit, exploring the surrounding lakes, soaking in a hot spring or shopping—yes, seriously), your choice of transport is going to differ. Here’s an overview of how you can get from Tokyo to Mount Fuji, in or out of season, looking at the various train and bus options.
The simplest way to get from Tokyo to Mount Fuji is by taking a highway bus from Shinjuku or Shibuya.
Easiest way of getting from Tokyo to Mount Fuji: Highway buses
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