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Direct access to Mont Fuji from Shinjuku 

With a Japan Rail Pass

travel to fuji area

Starting from March 16, a new train reach Kawaguchiko Station directly from Shinjuku Station : the Limited Express FUJI EXCURSION. It will then easier to reach the Mt Fuji area. From Shinjuku to Otsuki it will use the JR Lines and from Otsuki to Kawaguchiko the Fujikyu Raiway lines.
Access to Mont Fuji with a Japan Rail Pass

fuji excursion Timetable

Travel time : 1h52
Departure from Shinjuku - Arrival at Kawaguchiko : 8:30 - 10:22
Departure from Shinjuku - Arrival at Kawaguchiko : 9:30 - 11:22

Departure from Kawaguchiko - Arrival at Shinjuku : 15 : 05 - 16:58
Departure from Kawaguchiko - Arrival at Shinjuku : 17 : 38 - 19:27

Ticket prices will be : 4060 yens.
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Travel to Mont Fuji with a Japan Rail Pass
Please note only the first cars ( 1-3) are going to Kawaguchiko. The other cars are going to Kofu. the train split in Otsuki. 
Train to Kawaguchiko with a Japan Rail Pass

travel with a japan rail pass

This train is covered by the Japan Rail Pass with a complement (1140 yen). A reservation is not mandatory but, in this case, you are not guaranteed to have a seat. If you can, when you pick up your Japan Rail Pass or later during your stay, go to the station to reserve your seat.

Learn more about the train with additional payment
Additional payment with a Japan Rail Pass

Explore kawaguchiko

Kawaguchiko Station with a Japan Rail Pass
Once in Kawaguchiko, you can ride a bicycle, explore the mountain with the ropeway, reach the Oishi park for a wonderful view. 
Access to Kawaguchiko with a Japan Rail Pass

Your Pass at the best price

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JR West Pass From £ 147
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JR Central Pass From £ 108
JR East Pass From £ 201

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