Fuji Sanroku Electric Railway Fujikyu Rail & Bus Pass
Fuji Sanroku Electric Railway Fujikyu Rail & Bus Pass

Unlimited rides on all Fujikyu Railway and major buses
in the Fuji Five Lakes area for two days!

Unlimited rides for 2 days on all Fujikyuko lines and buses in the Mt. Fuji / Fuji Five Lakes area. Fujikyu Rail & Bus Pass is now available as a mobile ticket that you can ride with your smartphone! It is a convenient and economical ticket that can be purchased at any time, is cashless, and includes discounts at special facilities.

Valid Routes
Available only on 220 yen flat fare sections
◎General route buses in the Fuji Five Lakes area
◎Kawaguchiko Sightseeing Bus (Red-Line)
◎Saiko Sightseeing Bus (Green-Line)
◎Narusawa/Shojiko/Motosuko Sightseeing Bus (Blue-Line)
◎Fujiyoshida/Oshino/Lake Yamanaka Tour Bus Fujikko-go

*Highway Bus, Fujiyoshida City Community Bus (Town Sneaker), Umagaeshi Bus, and Mt.Fuji Climbing Bus (Mt.Fuji Station/Kawaguchiko Station-Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station) cannot be boarded.

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Fujikyu Rail & Bus Pass

Fujikyu Rail & Bus Pass

Adult¥4,700 / Child¥2,360

Rail & Bus 2-Day TicketRail & Bus 2-Day Ticket

The Fujikyuko line and the route buses and tour buses of Mt. Fuji / Fuji Five Lakes area are get on and off as many times. It is a very advantageous ticket with benefits for tourist facilities.

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Enjoy Mt. Fuji / Fuji Five Lakes area!

Lake ShojikoLake Shojiko
Lake SaikoLake Saiko
Oshino HakkaiOshino Hakkai
Narusawa Ice CaveNarusawa Ice Cave

Fuji Five Lakes area (Lake Kawaguchiko, Lake saiko, Lake Yamanakako, Lake Shojiko, and Lake Motosuko), located on the Yamanashi Prefecture side of the foot of Mt. Fuji, is one of Japan's representative tourist destinations, with many popular tourist facilities, hot springs, leisure facilities, etc. selected as one of the New Japan 100 Tourist Attractions.

Lake Kawaguchiko has the longest shoreline of the Fuji Five Lakes and is dotted with many museums and tourist facilities. Oishi Park (get off at Kawaguchiko Shizen Seikatsukan bus stop), where Kawaguchiko Shizen Seikatsukan is located facing the lakeside, is particularly famous for its spectacular view of lavender in early summer and kochia in autumn, with the majestic Mt. Fujikyu Highland (get off at Fujikyu Highland Station), which is famous for its scream attractions, attracts many tourists from home and abroad. Lake Okukawaguchiko on the western shore offers a variety of lake leisure activities.

Lake Saiko is located north of Mt. Fuji and is a mysterious lake surrounding Aokigaharajyukai. The Saiko Bat Cave (get off at Saiko Bat Cave bus stop), a natural monument designated as a national designated national, is the largest among the lava cave at the foot of Mt. Fuji, with a total extension of 350m or more. In Japan, Kunimas, which is said to have been extinct, has been discovered in recent years, and the rich nature remains in Fuji Five Lake. In addition to natural monument lava caves such as the Fugaku Wind Cave (get off at the Fugaku Wind Cave bus stop) and the Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave (get off at Narusawa Hyoketsu Ice Cave bus stop) where you can experience the ice world, a natural lava cave created by the eruption of Mt Fuji. There are plenty of activities such as courses and campsites.

Lake Yamanakako has the largest area among Fuji Five Lake, and is the largest plateau at an altitude of about 1000 meters, close to Mt. Fuji, so it is cool and popular in summer. From mid-October to the end of February, you can see Diamond Fuji, which overlaps the sun at the summit of Fuji. On a day with good weather conditions, you may be able to see the Double Diamond Fuji where the sunset sinks on the Upside-down Fuji (sakasafuji) reflected by Mt. Fuji on the lake surface on the lake surface. You can also experience a pleasure boat where you can experience plenty of nature and a amphibious bus YAMANAKAKO NO KABA (Lake Yamanakako Asahigaoka Bus Stop).

Lake Shojiko is the smallest of the Fuji Five Lakes and was widely introduced overseas as Switzerland of the East in the Meiji era (1868-1912) because of its beautiful scenery. Fuji, it is called Fuji with Child (kodakifuji) because it looks as if it is hugging Mount Omuro in front of Mt. Fuji, which can only be seen from Lake Shojiko among the Fuji Five Lakes. Surrounded by rich nature, visitors can enjoy various outdoor experiences.

Lake Motosuko is the model for the Upside-down Fuji (sakasafuji) depicted on the reverse side of the 1,000 yen bill and on the old 5,000 yen bill. Because the water is the deepest and clearest among the Fuji Five Lakes, visitors can enjoy a wide range of water sports such as snorkeling and diving. In recent years, the Fuji Shibazakura Fes is held every year from mid-April to mid-May, when about 500,000 shibazakura flowers are in full bloom.

Fuji Five Lakes, located at the foot of the World Heritage Site, is a very popular area that you will want to visit again and again. Fujikyu Rail & Bus Pass not only allows unlimited train and bus rides for two days, but also provides discounts and various service benefits at popular tourist facilities. You can buy, ride, and play with your smartphone! Let's enjoy a budget-friendly trip with your friends and family using the Rail & Bus Pass!

Fuji Five Lakes Tourism Federation | Full of attractions in the Fuji Five Lakes area of Mt. Fuji!

FUJIKAWAGUCHIKO TOURIST INFORMATION | Click here for information on sightseeing around Lake Fujikawaguchiko!

Official Fujiyoshida Travel Guide | Fujiyoshida is a city close to Mt. Fuji