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Our guide described this as a ropeway up a mountain, and so we thought this was going to be an energetic climb up some ropes... Obviously a translation/misunderstanding - it's a cablecar! We had travelled across Lake Ashi in torrential rain, but as we ascended...More
Date of experience: September 2016
中央アルプス観光, 営業本部 at Komagatake Ropeway, responded to this reviewResponded 6 January 2017
My friend and I climbed the mountain from the train station on the other side and once you arrive at the top if you have a clear day you can see Fuji off in the distance and if you turn around you can see mt...More
Date of experience: August 2016
中央アルプス観光, 営業本部 at Komagatake Ropeway, responded to this reviewResponded 15 August 2016
I blame JTB Sunrise Tours for proceeding with this tour eventhough the weather was not cooperating on this day as forecasted days before. When we got up, you can barely see anything beyond 6 feet. And the condition of the place was in a poor...More
Date of experience: July 2016
中央アルプス観光, 営業本部 at Komagatake Ropeway, responded to this reviewResponded 25 July 2016
When you arrive at the car park at the bottom you are directed towards a space in which to park. 2 quid to park all day. You then buy a ticket to get up the mountain, which I think is around 15 quid. You get...More
We were on a JTB / Sunrise Tour. We did not wait long for the cable car. The staff were very friendly, and, like many places, wanted your photo before you went to the top so they could sell you a souvenir photo at the...More
Included this cable car ride within a package tour that visited Mount Fuji in early December 2012. When we arrived via a short boat trip on Lake Hakone the afternoon was chilly but clear. We took the ride to the summit to be met with...More
I went up the ropeway which was included in a Mount Fuji tour and was ok but nothing special. It takes 3 minutes to get to the top. When I was there the weather was horrendous with rain and low cloud which made it pretty...More
The Senjojiki is altitude 2,600 m.
Autumn leaves start faster.
I think early October is the best, and at the end of October the autumn leaves are already over.
But still you can see the autumn leaves at the foot