Shizutetsu Hotel Prezio Shizuoka-Ekikita
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... Alternatively, if you are accustomed to travelling light, you may prefer to send your main luggage from your accommodation before the Nakasendo Trail to wherever you are staying after the trail. You would then manage with overnight essentials in your daypack for all four nights on the trail. Use one of the wonderful Japanese luggage-forwarding services which are ultra-efficient and secure.We supply train tickets for your journey from Kyoto or ...
Praying for good weather conditions, we left Kawaguchi by bus to climb Mt Fuji. Arrived at the 5th station around 9pm.
The 5th station is basically the end of the tree-line on the mountain.
We aimed to be at the top of Mt Fuji around 4:30 am in order to see the sunrise. The climb should take around 5-6 hours. An hour on the Mountain and another 3 hours to go back to the 5th station in order to catch the first bus back to Kawaguchi ...
8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.
The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)
Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.
... that we lived in Japan. She seemed to lose all interest learning we didn't make it to summit. We had lunch, and Mike had a couple beers. We browsed the gift shops and visited the shrine again. We thought it was clearing up and got a few glimpses of the mountainside, but then the clouds took back over. I tried not to but kept stressing about my phone and what was wrong and dealing with Japanese customer service to get it it fixed. I wondered if I could trust it to stay ...
... about Mt Fuji, both in The Netherlands as here in Japan, said their trip was not worthwhile. Too crowded, not a real climb ('even children and elderly can do it'), no view because of the clouds... There is some truth in all of that, but in my case I seemed to have picked the perfect time.
Some basic facts: Mt Fuji is climbed every year by over 300.000 people, which is quite astonishing since the snow-free climbing season is limited to 2 just months. And ...