Find below customer service details of Fuji Hakone Izu National Park, Japan. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the leisure destination.
Kanagawa 250-0631, Japan
Directions: Google Maps
Phone: +81 48-600-0516
About Fuji Hakone Izu National Park
Home to thousand volcanic islands, the Fuji Hakone Izu National Park in Japan is a trending tourist destination for natural hot springs, volcanic landforms, archipelago, mountainous landscapes, lakes, and waterfalls. Established in 1936, a group of tourist sites collectively known as the Fuji-Hakone-Izu became the fourth National Park of Japan, covering 1,227 square kilometres of land, near the Capital city Tokyo. The National Park includes the Fuji Lakes, Mount Fuji, Hakone, and the Izu archipelago, and is the most visited tourist attraction in Japan.
Visitor’s attractions at Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park are the spectacular views of the iconic Mt. Fuji in summer, the boiling valley at Hakone, the cliffs of Jogasaki coast, and the Shiraito Waterfalls. The National Park with many faces, offers a plethora of activities and guided experiences for visitors to choose from wildlife, aerial expeditions, cycling, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, snow activities, camping, water sports, guided walks, cultural heritage tours, boat trips, hot springs, cruise sightseeing, fishing, horseback riding, and ropeway.
There are recommended itineraries at Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, to explore the best attractions during various seasons of the year. Winter excursions, summer outdoors, relaxation and spa tours, cultural tours, and ocean activities are some of the exclusive adventure packages offered at Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park for adventure seekers. Must see spots at the park are the Fuji five lakes, Aokigahara Sea of trees, the Izu peninsula and the Izu islands, for capturing the best of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.
In Japan, the spring season is the best time to visit the National Park for the cherry blossoms at Mount Fuji, and in summer season for snorkelling, mountain climbing, and canoeing. The autumn season is the best time to visit Mount Hakone, and Shiraito Falls, and mild winters are great for sea kayaking and cycling. The peak season starts from August to September, and the less crowded season starts from November to March.
Open all year round, Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park operates 24 hours, and the average daily cost for a person at the park would be ¥10,750 (98 USD), and for one week per person is ¥75,252 (689 USD), and for a couple for one week is ¥150,475 (1,377 USD). All National Parks in Japan have no opening or closing hours, and are open to all without any entrance fee. Visitors need no permit to visit or stay at the park, as they are public and protected sites, and visitors can visit and leave, based on their tour guide preferences.