JR East “Mt. Fuji Round Trip Ticket” for Foreign Visitors

JR East is offering Mt. Fuji Round Trip Ticket from July to September for non-Japanese passport holders. It is a discounted round-trip ticket valid for unlimited rides on trains and buses travel between Tokyo and Mt. Fuji. The ticket is about 50% off the regular fare! A perfect deal for visitors planning to climb Mt. Fuji.

– Round trip travel between the Tokyo metropolitan area and Otsuki Station on JR East limited express trains (reserved seat) and rapid (reserved seat) and local trains.
– Unlimited rides on local and rapid trains, as well as the Fujisan Express (non-reserved seat) between Otsuki and Kawaguchiko Station on the Fujikyu Railway.
– Unlimited rides between the bus stops at Mt. Fuji and Kawaguchiko stations and the Fifth Station of Mt. Fuji bus stop on the Mt.Fuji climber’s bus (Hiking bus), operated by Fujikyu Yamanashi Bus.

Please check the official website for further information and the timetable.

Valid Period
2 consecutive days between
July 1, 2015 – September 30, 2015

Sales Period
July 1, 2015 – September 29, 2015

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Where to buy
1. JR EAST Travel Service Center
(Narita Airport station, Narita Airport Terminal 2, Tokyo station, Shinjuku station, and Tokyo monorail Haneda Airport International Terminal station.)

2. View Plaza
(Shinagawa station, Shibuya station, Ikebukuro station, Ueno station, and Yokohama station.)

Adult (over 12 year-old): 5600 yen
Child (6 to 11 year-old): 2800 yen

Official Website
JR East Mt. Fuji Round Trip Ticket

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