Stop at: Narusawa Ice Cave
- It is a pit-type cave that was created by molten lava flowing after one of Mt. Fuji's eruptions that occurred more than 1150 years ago. Even during the summer, the temperature in the ice cave usually stays below freezing. Consequently, the cave has been used since the early 1900s as a refrigerator to store food and store ice for use around the year. With a 15-minute walk inside the caves, you can see lava shelves, rope-like lava, and ice pillars that do not melt even in summer.
Stop at: Fugaku Wind Cave
Stop at: Mt. Fuji Panoramic Rope Way
- Enjoy the magnificent view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi from the top of the mountain. It is known as the best way to see the whole of Mount Fuji, and in autumn, it is amazing to see red leaves there.
Stop at: Ide Sake Brewery
- It is an interesting experience to visit the brewery and to learn about how they make Japanese sake. One of the special things is that the sake here is made from the ice melting from Mount Fuji. After visiting the brewery, we will taste a few sake products.