For a better viewing experience, I made a YouTube video on how to get from Narita to Tokyo with the Keisei bus. It gives you the full experience. https://youtu.be/3hG8E0KWACM How To Get from Narita Airport To Tokyo for cheap! It took many trips to Tokyo until I finally stumbled upon the Narita airport bus. Previously […]
Cabin & Lounge Highland Station Inn is a super clean capsule hotel and everything seems pretty new. There’s only one-type of capsule rooms for men and women (separated by floor). When looking for a Mt. Fuji Capsule Hotel, this was the cleanest and newest place I could find online. A lot of the hotels are
Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park is like Japan’s version of Six Flags. Fujikyu has the most extreme roller coasters in Japan and a few of them are the best in the world. If you’re seeking thrills, a relaxing day or to spend time with the family, Fuji-Q Highland amusement park is worth a visit! Fuji-Q Highland:
This guide will explain getting to Mt Fuji’s Kawaguchiko area from Narita Airport. The bus is pretty direct and takes approximately 2.5 hours from NRT airport to get to the Mt. Fuji area. This isn’t actually Mt. Fuji, you’ll have to transfer at Mt. Fuji Station or one of the nearby stations. In this post
A Full Hiking Mt Fuji Guide: How To Get To Mount Fuji from Tokyo (city and airports) via train or bus, Mt Fuji trails, where to stay by Mt Fuji and more Mt Fuji Tips! Most Mt. Fuji climbers stay in the Kawaguchiko Station area for easy access to Mt. Fuji, Kawaguchiko Lake, Fuji-Q Theme
In Japan, there’s a lot of niche shops and services to appeal to a spectrum of people. I skipped most things but couldn’t resist getting my ears cleaned at a maid cafe Akihabara. Well, it wasn’t necessarily a cafe…more like an uncomfortable office space with cubicles. Maid Cafe Akihabara: Things To Do In Akihabara It
I didn’t set off in an adventure to find the scariest arcade in Japan, but that’s how things ended up. It was one of the coolest destinations I found on Atlas Obscura and I just happen to like arcades. I also like not being murdered.
The cheapest and most comfortable way to get from Tokyo to Mt Fuji is by bus! For only 2570 JPY you can get from Tokyo to Mount Fuji for less than half of the cost of using the train.
You can climb Mt Fuji during the summer at any time of day. People plan around catching the sunset or sunrise from the peak and my group did the same. I’ve written up a detailed Hiking Mt. Fuji Guide if you’d like details on getting to Mt. Fuji and trail information.
The fluffiest souffle pancakes in the world are in Japan! They have a limited supply and you have to get there early in the morning if you want the best breakfast in Tokyo, but these Japanese fluffy pancakes are well worth the journey.