littleprince:MyPillow wrote: ↑Wed Aug 28, 2019 4:36 pmyes , u can join day tour or overnight tour to Hakone -where u can view Fujilittleprince wrote: ↑Wed Aug 28, 2019 4:23 pmWould you recommend doing a Mount Fuji day tour? I am just worried that it would be cloudy...
How come can go up but cannot go down? I don't mean we are going to do trekking. I think there should be day tours bringing us to see Mount Fuji from a distance?
stay around Lake Kawaguchiko also can view Fuji -
not sure abt cloudy or not . usu morn is clear view
Dec is also good time to see Fuji & cone - blue sky
Plenty of day tours to join from Tokyo. December may or may not be a good time to see Mt Fuji. Depends on daily weather forecast. I really mean DAILY, not the day before. You'll know by 8am that very day if certain stations are closed or not. If all closed, sorry your plans are screwed. The second time when I went to Mt Fuji with dc, the 5th station was shut down, so only the 4th was open. And there was a lot of snow piled up at 4th station. It was even snowing slightly. Fortunately, we wore snow boots and prepared ski gloves.
If you're trekking in Jun, I think there's gonna be snow from the 6th-8th stations. Must get a guide as local trekkers ever got lost before in the misty and mystical mountain. There're also ad hoc avalanches. Official trekking season isn't in June, but from mid-Jul to mid-Sep. Strong winds are expected.