Mt. Fuji is located 100 km (60 miles) west away from Tokyo. It takes two hours drive usually if the traffic is smooth.
We have some points to enjoy the view of Mt. Fuji actually but for tourists there are two spots in terms of convenient transportation.
One is Lake Kawaguchi side. The most popular way to get there is by bus. It starts from Shinjuku highway bus terminal called Busta to Lake Kawaguchi station.
This costs 1,750 yen per head.
#Highway bus terminal in Shinjuku
If you take a bus at 7:35 then you will be there at 9:30. After getting off the bus from Shinjuku, you can take a local circle bus to Kachikachi yama rope-way station as folloing link.
#Local bus info
#Kachikachi yama ropeway
After that, you can explore the area by bus as well. Another way to Lake Kawaguchi station is riding JR train from Shinjuku. It takes two hours and half with 2,460 yen per head.
Lake Kawaguchi is located north part of Mt. Fuji and ususally you can enjoy better view of it than that of south. You can go to Gotemba premium outet mall by bus as well. It takes 1.5 hours with the cost of 1,500 yen.
The way to back to Tokyo is taking a bus from Outlet mall to Shinjuku costing 1,650 yen.
Sample itinerey for Mt. Fuji area. As of July 2017
7:30 leaving busta at Shinjuku
9:30 arriving at Lake Kawaguchi station
10:00 Kachikachi ropeway station
14:30 leaving Lake kawaguchi to Gotemba outlet mall
19:00 leaving outlet mall
20:45 Arrival at Busta Shinjuku
Budget for transportaion by yen per head.
Shinjuku > Lake Kawaguchi 1,750
Lake Kawaguchi circle bus 1,300
Lake Kawaguchi > Gotemba premium outlet mall 1,500
Gotemba premium outlet mall > Shinjuku 1,650
Total 6,200 YEN
The route Map on Google
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