Photos courtesy of Fuji Kyuko Co, Ltd
Elevation 3,776 m. As the symbol of Japan, Mount Fuji is known throughout the world. The breathtakingly beautiful silhouette and the sacred mountain itself with its sometimes natural ruggedness is a source of fascination not only to the people of Japan but to people from around the world. Long considered a sacred place and a source of artistic creativity, its cultural significance in terms of its religious and artistic character born from the interaction of humanity was recognized with its World Heritage listing in June 2013 as Fujisan, Sacred Place and Source of Artistic Inspiration. From Narita Airport, the gateway to Japan, to Mount Fuji*, the highest point in the land.
Take advantage of direct access by express bus.
*Fujisan Station on the Fuji Kyukyo Line.
Photos courtesy of Fuji-Q Highland
Services on this route also stop at Fuji-Q Highland, home to some of the world's most exciting roller coasters including "Eejanaika" with the highest number of spins in the world, “Takabisha" with the steepest drop in the world at 121°, " KING OF THE COASTERS", a monster roller coaster with a total length of 2 km. Why not experience a little excitement while enjoying the spectacular view of Mount Fuji on a weekend.
|Narita Airport ▶︎
Fuji-Q Highland & Mt.Fuji
|To Mt. Fuji||Morning
|Mt.Fuji & Fuji-Q Highland
▶︎ Narita Airport
|To Narita Airport||Evening
|Narita Airport T2||16:35|
|Narita Airport T1||16:40|
|Narita Airport T3||16:45|
* Advance booking fares
(payment by 5:00pm the day prior to travel)
Keisei Bus Co., Ltd. Fuji Kyuko Co., Ltd.
4 seats per row