Take a full-day excursion at the outskirts of Tokyo in Hakone! See the iconic Mt.Fuji from afar or tour around the awesome sightseeing sites of this area. Head across the long hanging bridge of Mishima sky walk for some adrenaline fun.
09:00 Pick-up at Select Locations in the Central 23 Wards of Tokyo
11:30 Tour Around Hakone
Visit Hakone Shrine and souvenir shops around Lake Ashi (also known as Ashinoko Lake or Hakone Lake).
Stop for a delicious lunch in the Hakone area. Why not try some of the famous local specialties, such as Wakasagi smelt tempura, soba noodles and healthy tofu?
14:00 Mishima Sky Walk
Enjoy the adrenalin rush as you make your way across Japan’s longest suspension bridge. Gaze at the beautiful Mt. Fuji, standing in the distance.
15:30 Depart from Mishima Sky Walk
18:00 Drop-off at Select Locations in the Central 23 Wards of TokyoDeparture Point: Tokyo (decided after booking)Start Time(s): 9:00Duration: 9 hrsReturn Details: Tokyo (decided after booking)Included:
・Certified caregiver/driver-guide assistancePrice: From ￥32,400 per personNot Included:
・Meals, beverages, entrance fees not mentioned in the itinerary
・Personal expensesExtra Details:
・Please note that the wheelchair van can accommodate up to eight (8) guests—one (1) wheelchair user and their chair plus seven (7) other guests.
・Assistance will be limited to boarding and alighting the car and pushing the wheelchair. For assistance with mealtimes, restroom use, changing and other needs, a caregiver can be arranged for an additional fare.Booking:
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