Yoko was very thoroughly prepared for our trip to Mt.Fuji. We knew visibility would be bad with a typhoon coming the next day, but we enjoyed all the activities she recommended even though we couldn't see the mountain. Yoko is very responsive online and easy to talk to during our tour. She knew a lot of interesting facts about sights we saw on the way out to the Mt.Fuji area, and recommended a great place for lunch. She took extra care to make sure we were all having a good time. She even went the extra mile to help me look for plum sake at the end of our trip when I mentioned I was looking for some. I would recommend Yoko to anyone looking for a guide!
I appreciate your great review so much, Morgan. You are not just beautiful but also so intelligent and also your friends, Marisa, Arianna, and Steele, the handsome guy who made princess Mount Fuji hide away in the rainy clouds.:-) I was happy that Arianna and Steele bought the Koshu silk at the Nemba Village. The gentleman, CEO of that company, explained quite in details about his family business carrying on the tradition for more than 300 years, which was quite interesting to listen to. Plum sake is called Ume-shu, so you can go to the 7-11 next block and ask for a cup Umeshu if you would like to.:-) I hope you enjoy the rest of your stay. It was really a fun day for me, too!! Hope to see you in the future again!!