Winter - The Best Season to See Mt. Fuji

by Nobu

Do you know which is the best season to see Mt. Fuji?

The answer is "Winter" without any possibility of doubt!

The main reasons are:

1) There is a higher possibility of seeing Mt. Fuji in winter due to clean and cold air.

2) We can see beautiful snow capped Mt. Fuji.

Of course, it is very cold but almost all of the sightseeing facilities are open and in operation all year-round.  We can even go up to the 5th Station of Mt. Fuji (2,305m high) as long as Fuji Subaru Line (the toll road) is open.

There are also attractive places around Mt. Fuji such as Oshino Hakkai Springs, Iyashi no Sato Nenba, Shiraito no Taki Falls, etc.

If you have any chance to visit Japan in winter, why don't you go to Mt. Fuji?

If you are interested in visiting Mt. Fuji, please take a look at my existing tour.

https://triplelights.com/japan/tour/mount-fuji-by-nobu-1347

It can be customized upon your request.

If you have any question, please feel free to contact me.

 

By Nobu

 

Winter - The Best Season to See Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji from Oishi Park, one of the best spots to see Mt. Fuji

 

Winter - The Best Season to See Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji from the 5th Station

 

 Winter - The Best Season to See Mt. Fuji

Oshino Hakkai Springs  (There are 8 springs. Water comes from Mt. Fuji flowing under the ground.)

 

Winter - The Best Season to See Mt. Fuji

Iyashi no Sato Nenba (You can see restored Japanese traditional houses with thatched roofs)

 

Winter - The Best Season to See Mt. Fuji

Shiraito no Taki Falls

 

 

 


17 Dec 2017


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Hi, I am Nobu, a government certified tour guide.

My main areas as a guide are Tokyo and its Suburbs including Nikko, Hakone and Mt. Fuji. I can also guide you in Chiba, Ibaraki and Kanagawa.

Many people arrive at Narita Airport, but directly go to Tokyo or other areas.
However, there are many good places to visit near Narita.
I have been living in Chiba for more than 25 years and know about this area including Narita very well. If you arrive at or leave Narita Airport and have a half or full day in Narita, please contact me! I am willing to guide you in this area.

Another area I would like to guide you is Tohoku District, including my hometown, Iwate.
There are also many good places, but most people do not know about this District.
You can easily visit there in 2 hours by Shinkansen (Bullet Train).
If you have got a JR pass, you do not Need to worry about transportation fee.
If you are interested in this District, please contact me. I can help you to make a plan.

I am looking Forward to Meeting you soon in Japan!

Nobu
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