Fujinomiya Viewing points

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From Tokyo: Mount Fuji, Osaki & Kyoto 4-day Guided Tour

1. From Tokyo: Mount Fuji, Osaki & Kyoto 4-day Guided Tour

Start in Tokyo and visit Mt Fuji 5th station. Admire the clear waters of Lake Kawaguchi. See the historic Matsumoto Castle. Bathe your feet in the warm foot baths of Gifu. Amaze yourself at the mountain village of Shirakawa-go. Explore the shrines and temples of Kyoto. Shop on the streets of Osaka. Begin your tour with a hotel pickup. Go to Mt Fuji 5th station, weather permitting. Visit Arakurayama Sengen Park to see the Arakura Sengen Shrine, a pagoda built as a peace memorial. Continue to the eight ponds in a small village at Oshino Hakkai. Eat dinner and sleep at your hotel in Isawa-Onsen. Start day 2 with breakfast before you explore Lake Kawaguchi, the second largest of the Fuji Five Lakes. Go inside Matsumoto Castle, one of Japan's top historic castles. Continue to Okuhida Hot Springs before you visit Hirayu Folk Museum. Experience the foot baths at Hirayu Onsen Ashiyu Park. Transfer to Takayama after lunch. Eat dinner and sleep in your hotel. Wake up on day 3 to enjoy breakfast. Go to the Miyagawa Morning Market and see the local snacks, vegetables, and flowers on sale. View the old preserved streets at Takayama Sanmachi Historic District. Head to Shirakawa-go Village, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Admire the gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which are 250 years old, as you soak up the tranquility by the mountains. Eat lunch and then depart for Osaka city. Arrive at the city and eat dinner. Check in to your hotel. Start day 4 with breakfast and then stop at either Kiyomizu-dera, Kyoto's oldest temple, or Kinkakuji Golden Pavilion, a Zen Buddhist temple famous for its gold leaf top floors. Fill yourself up with lunch and head to Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto's most famous tourist attraction. Appreciate the red vermilion torii gates which make this Shinto shrine famous. Return to Osaka and visit the business and shopping district at Dotonbori Shopping Street. Enjoy dinner and return to your hotel.

From Tokyo: Fujikawaguchiko & Gotemba Premium Outlets Trip

2. From Tokyo: Fujikawaguchiko & Gotemba Premium Outlets Trip

Set off towards the Mount Fuji & Kawaguchiko area after being picked up at your hotel / your home. Your first destination is Mt. Fuji 5th station. Mt. Fuji is a world heritage site. The 5th station especially is a popular spot amongst visitors since you could experience the fresh air and beautiful scenery of Mt. Fuji, even if you're not an experienced climber. Continue on from Mt. Fuji 5th station and proceed to Kawaguchiko area. You could take time to enjoy your lunch (not included in tour price) at a restaurant in the area and walk around the lake as you take in the scenic view of Mt. Fuji's reflection on the water. After this, head to Oshino Hakkai (Springs of Mt.Fuji) which is one of the world cultural heritage sites. There are eight springs that are quite deep and have interesting freshwater plant life and large fish at Oshino Hakkai. Finally, visit Gotemba Premium Outlet mall for shopping for around 90 minutes. There are over 200 shops including popular Japanese brands as well as luxurious international designer's brands. -------------------- 【COVID-19 Safety Measures】 ・Safety screen installed between driver's seat and passengers' seats in vehicles. ・Vehicles regularly sanitized. ・Vehicles regularly ventilated for fresh air circulation. ・Regular temperature checks for all drivers. ・Drivers wears a face mask. ・Drivers regularly sanitize/wash hands. ・Drivers have a hand sanitiser for passengers.

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