Our Mt. Fuji Food tour takes place in the lovely town of Fujinomiya, just at the base of the most famous mountain in Japan. With deep clear mountain spring water- Fujinomiya is a great place for delicious food, sake, soba noodles and green tea. Get off the beaten track of the Tokyo-Kyoto corridor and discover true local Furusato(home town) spirit.
Fujinomiya is an easy day trip from Tokyo (or an overnight visit that will give you more time to explore!) The brand new Mt Fuji World Heritage Cultural Center is our starting point to explore this special place. Hop on the super fast Shinkansen (bullet train) and discover this hidden gem! This tour features 6 specialty food stops including a hands-on sweet making the experience and a traditional set lunch.
Fujinomiya has long been a well-known Japanese travel destination as this town is at the base of one of the famous assent routes of Mt. Fuji, the most accessible route. Many mountain climbers begin their adventure at the famous shrine in the center of town. Come find out more with us. Bring back flavorful memories of something few foreign tourists have a chance to experience.
To add on Green tea tasting and Wagashi (sweets) making experience, please contact us.
Normal booking needs to be 1 week in advance if you are looking to book within a week, please contact us.
6 Japanese specialty food stops
Meet at the entrance of the Mt. Fuji World Heritage Cultural Center
This trip can be done as a day trip from Tokyo but it will involve using both bullet and local trains.
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Your traveling fees to Mt. Fuji meet-up point will not be covered in the tour price
You will receive the confirmation of your booking's availability within 24 hours. Once confirmed, please present your booking reference number at the cooking school.
Full refunds will be issued for cancellations made at least 48 hours prior to the activity If you are not able to arrive at the meeting point by the departure time, the tour will start regardless and no refund will be provided