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Mt.Fuji climbing tour special

The Fuji climbing tour is YOKOSO Japan Tour.Safety First.A reassuring Fuji climbing tour with tour conductor and a climbing guide.One night and two days.Videos are used to showcase mountain climbing.If you want to enjoy Japanese YOKOSO Japan Tour.

YOKOSO Japan Mt.Fuji Climbing Course
  
Mt.Fuji Climbing
Necessary equipment
FAQ・Difference among other tours

FAQ・Difference among other tours

Difference among other tours
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FAQ

FAQ

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    01 : Should I be worried about altitude sickness?

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    Altitude sickness should be your biggest worry when climbing Mt.Fuji. There are a number of things you can do to help prevent it though. Make sure to get enough sleep, drink a lot of water, and eat. You should avoid climbing when tired or sick. Finally, when climbing, you should go slowly in order to let your body get used to the change in altitude. Be aware of your breathing and drink lots of water while climbing.

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    02 : What should I do if I want to stop halfway?

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    During the climb, if you need to stop for any reason (such as exhaustion or altitude sickness), please ask your guide or a tour conductor for advice and obey his/her instructions. Since the route down Mt.Fuji varies depending on where you are, read the following for more information.

    1. Turning back before reaching the Taishikan or same class

    If you wish to return before reaching the Taishikan or same class, return by the same route that you climbed up by. You can meet up with the group at the 5th station on the next day.*The meeting place will be decided by your guide or tour conductor in advance.

    2. Turning back at the Taishikan or same class

    If you decide to turn back at the Taishikan or same class, you should spend the night, rest, and return the next morning by the route you climbed up by. You can meet up with your group at the 5th station later.

    3. Turning back between the 8th and ninth stations

    There are many mountain huts between the Taishikan or same class and the summit. Take a rest at the nearest one, and wait there for the group to return on their descent.(*Any fees incurred while resting in this way are the responsibility of the individual.)

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    03 : What should I do about food and water?

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    There is no water available for free on Mt.Fuji. However, this doesn′t mean you should bring a heavy load of water with you, weighing you down and possibly preventing you from reaching the summit. There are many mountain huts on Mt.Fuji where you can purchase drinks. While they are slightly expensive (400 to 500 yen), they can help in a pinch. Balancing weight vs. need is one of the most important steps when preparing to climb Mt.Fuji.

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    04 : Are there toilets on Mt.Fuji?

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    Public toilets are available at the 6th, 7th, and 8th stations, and at the summit of Mt.Fuji. Depending on the location, they cost between 100 and 200 yen to use. Please use them if you need to go to the bathroom to help preserve the natural beauty of Mt.Fuji. Toilets sometimes run out of toilet paper, so bring some of your own. Make sure to bring any paper you use back with you down the mountain. The toilets for ladies in particular are often crowded, so it is always best to go when you can.

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    05 : What exactly are these mountain huts?

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    Many people have an image of a mountain hut being something dirty and unpleasant. But have no fear! Mt.Fuji′s mountain huts have a limit on the number of people they host each night, so there is no need to worry that you will be packed in like sardines. Also, many women have trouble resting if they are put next to men. Care will be given to separate men and women′s sleeping areas. Finally, each person will be issued their own sleeping bag. Rest easy!

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    06 : What sort of food is available on Mt.Fuji?

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    n the mountain hut where you will stay, curry rice etc. is available for dinner, and breakfast will be provided. Since we will be departing the huts early, bento boxes will be provided. (The contents of the bento may vary.) In addition, ramen noodles and other hot food is available at the summit (price not included.) We recommend that you bring chocolate or other small snacks with you on your climb.

YOKOSO Japan Mt.Fuji Climbing Course