This service belongs to the company Tabi no Recipe (株式会社たびのレシピ).
Tabi no Recipe holds all responsibility for any matters regarding this service.

Welcome to UNPLAN original bus tour!
The Photogenic Mt.Fuji Bus tour will depart from UNPLAN Kagurazaka and will make ways to four of the best locations to capture the world heritage site in Yamanashi Prefecture. Great opportunity to meet other travelers from around the world!!


Depart UNPLAN @ 9:00am
Visit Asakurayama-Asama Temple
BBQ Lunch by the lake
Visit Iyashino-sato
Visit Lake Saiko

Visit Arakurayama Sengen Park

A park with an excellent view of Mt. Fuji. It is also a famous cherry blossom viewing spot, where the most famous Japanese cherry blossom, the Someiyoshino, blooms in the spring. Pagoda and temple allows you for authentic Japanese experience.

BBQ Lunch by the lake

Vegetable, meat, Yakisoba (fried noodle) are all available at the BBQ by Lake Kawatuchi. Guests will prep meals together and have the opportunity to mingle with others. Please let us know beforehand if you have dietary restriction.

Visit Iyashino-sato

Iyashi no Sato stands on the site of a former farming village on the western shores of Lake Saiko. Currently it is open to the public as open air museum and traditional craft village where people can learn about the culture and try out and purchase various local handicrafts.

Visit Lake Saiko

As one of the five lakes around Mt.Fuji, you may capture beautiful view of the mountain from Lake Saiko. The last stop may change depending on the season.

Price: 8,000JPY + tax
For In house guests 7,000JPN + Tax

Discount available for in-house guests. Please add your coupon code at the end of payment process.
General roundtrip bus ride from Shinjuku to Mt. Fuji on average is 5,400JPY excluding any excursions.
Post Instagram photos with hashtag #unplantour
Please participate in our survey at the end of the trip
Drinks excluded at BBQ

Meeting Point
Please come to UNPLAN Lounge on the 1st floor at 8:30am.

UNPLAN Kagurazaka

23-1 Tenjicho Shinjuku-ku,
Tokyo 162-0808
TEL: 03-6457-5171
FAX: 03-6457-5172