Getting around Kawaguchiko could be quite easy and straight forward. However, if you are planning to stay more than one day, it is good to plan ahead and take note of your transportation fee or what pass you should buy. Please note whether you can get to see Mount Fuji, it all depends on the weather. Sadly, we didn’t manage to see Mount Fuji in this trip.
A transportation guide for friends, who are interested in visiting Kawaguchiko and having a ride on Fujisan View Express.
A short introduction of Fujisan View Express. It started operating this year in April, as a commemoration of Fuji Kyuukou, the railway company 90th anniversary. It was known as the train which brings you closest to Mt Fuji. And for train lovers, this train is designed by Eiji Mitooka, who was also the designer for Seven Stars in Kyushu.
A guide for getting to/from Narita International Airport to the city.
Hopping onto N’EX Train is the most comfortable and convenient way, however, it is only applicable if you are staying near to the station. Otherwise, there other options available from what I have covered before for example, the Skyliner and express train.
Feel like getting out of the bustling city to somewhere cool and calm. Get the Tokyo Wide Area Pass, which covers not only Tokyo city but also the outer skirt of the area. This time round, we are going to see the Mt Fuji at Kawaguchiko and the famous UNESCO Togusho Shrine in Nikko.
Are you traveling to Hong Kong for the first time and hop on the bus but does not know how? This post will provide you the Hong Kong bus transportation guide which gives you another option get to the city from the airport or interested in touring around Hong Kong by bus instead of the regular transportation known like MTR/ Subway.
**Kindly check from the hotel if they offer free shuttle bus from the airport to your respective hotel.**