A leisurely and very relaxing day trip for all ages during the Spring Season!
This trip features;
- Very photogenic Fuji Shibazakura Festival; approximately 800,000 stalks of shibazakura of different varieties on display, producing delightful fields of pink, white and purple colors in different hues
- Stunning views of Mt. Fuji with it's characteristic capped covered in snow
- Narusawa Ice Cave
- Shiraito Falls; ranked among the best and most beautiful waterfalls in Japan
- Fuji Yurari Spa
The Shiraito Falls (白糸の滝, Shiraito no Taki) are located in the southwestern foothills of Mt. Fuji. Ranked among the most beautiful waterfalls in Japan, the 150 meter wide cascade is fed by the volcano's spring water and flows off the edge of a 20 meter high cliff in thin white streams that resemble hanging threads of silk - hence its name. The base of the waterfall is easily accessible from the road via a walking trail in just a few minutes.
The Fuji Shibazakura Festival is one of the best and most popular to see shibazakura in Japan. The festival is located about three kilometers south of Lake Motosuko in the Fuji Five Lakes area, offering breathtaking views of vast fields of shibazakura, with Mount Fuji in the backdrop on clear days. Approximately 800,000 stalks of shibazakura of different varieties are on display, producing delightful fields of pink, white and purple colors in different hues.
Narusawa Ice Cave is a cave formed by lava from Mt.Fuji located in Aokigahara Jukai (the sea of forest). The average temperature is about 3°C all year. The cave is 130 meters deep and covered with ice and icicles that can be seen every where. Narusawa Ice Cave is one of Japan’s natural monuments.
Finish the day soaked in a nice outdoor onsen with a dramatic sunset view of Mt. Fuji!
Come join us for a very relaxing and leisurely day while enjoying nature at its finest!