3-Day Mt Fuji, Kyoto and Nara Rail Tour by Bullet Train from Tokyo
Reviewed by: jing s, July 2014
The arrangement of the transportation was excellent, and the included lunches were very tasty. Our tour guides were very polite. Highly recommend visitors to go with this tour!
Reviewed by: Angiebud1, July 2014
A very well organised tour of various shrines, temples and the sights of Kyoto, Nara and of course not forgetting Mount Fuji and Lake Ashi. Thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience and being allowed on the bullet train not just once, but twice. Brilliant, well organised!
Reviewed by: Margaret F, July 2014
We had a very good experience. We were always met by a representative and taken to where we wanted to go.Everyone was very pleasent
Reviewed by: koksoonlee, May 2014
Very happy experience.
Tip top services specially given by every tour guides.
Very details explanation in every transit.
Thanks very much.
Reviewed by: Lisa J, April 2014
We had a lot of fun on this tour. My favourite part was seeing Mt Fuji for the first time. That morning it had been raining and cloudy in Tokyo but by the time we arrived the clouds had parted and we got a magnificent view of the mountain. We only got to the first station but the view was amazing from there. The rest of the tour was really good too, the tour guides (Amy and Yuki) were very friendly and informative. The temples/shrines, boat cruise, gondola ride and the bullet train rides were definitely a highlight. As well as driving through the hills and seeing different colour trees and pink cherry blossom spots strategically placed amongst the green and red trees. Just beautiful. I would definitely recommend this tour to any of my friends!
Reviewed by: Ajith d, January 2014
Tour was extremely good.tour guides are superb.very punctual.value for money.
Reviewed by: Rebecca F, December 2013
Everything about this trip was outstanding. The staff made sure we were accompanied every step of the way, including platform transfers on the Shinkansen. If you're looking to get out of Tokyo and see more of Japan, this is the way to go.