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 Half-Day Tours

Enjoy a leisurely ride around the picturesque lakes, flower gardens and beautifully-preserved thatched-roof farmhouses in Fuji's foothills or take the challenge of cycling up Japan's highest mountain. Either way, amazing scenery awaits.


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 Full-Day Tours

See Mount Fuji not only from the most famous vista points but also from quiet country roads and remote forested lakeshores that transport you to ancient temples and breathtaking waterfalls. Choose from easy, flat routes for a relaxing journey or long courses for fit cyclists.


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 Multi-Day Tours

Discover Japan's outstanding national parks, scenic mountain ranges and dramatic coastlines on two-day or three-day cycling trips. Follow routes that weave through lush forests and tranquil countryside, passing atmospheric shrines and picturesque villages.


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 Winery and Brewery Tours By Car

Explore Katsunuma, a region in the beautiful Koshu Valley near Mt Fuji where the majority of Japan's wine is produced. There you'll enjoy tasting delicious wines made from western and indigenous varieties of grapes while taking in majestic views of rolling hills, vineyards and mountains.


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 Bike and Hike Tours

Pair a bike ride around the scenic lakes in Mt Fuji's foothills with a hike in beautiful forests and mountain ranges. These tours take you off the beaten path to some of Japan's most spectacular viewpoints.


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  Art, Culture and Outdoors Tours

Combine a fun bike ride in the countryside with exploration on foot at beautiful shrines and ancient villages where you can experience traditional Japanese crafts, culture and architecture up close.


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 Support Car Included

For all tours, we provide an eight-seat support car to transport your party and your bikes if you get tired or want to skip a hill. This enables you to enjoy and complete any tour we offer, regardless of your level of fitness or the difficulty of the course.


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 Our Most Popular Full-Day Bike Tour

Bike to the best sights around three of the lakes at the foot of Mt Fuji, including vast flower fields, a magnificent shrine and a traditional artisans' village, with the help of a support car that transports you over the hills between them.


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 Read Our Reviews On TripAdvisor

Thanks to our outstanding communication, deep local insights, friendly and professional guides and fleet of well-maintained bikes, Fuji Bike Tour offers some of the best tours in Japan. Find out what our guests are saying and how we've attained a five-star rating on TripAdvisor.


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 Our Most Popular Half-Day Bike Tour

Explore a picturesque lakeshore on one of the Mount Fuji area's easiest, flattest bike courses. Follow the country lanes that show off the iconic mountain foregrounded by a vibrant flower garden, groves of cherry trees, rows of colorful maples and a "floating" shrine on the lake.


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 Tours for Fit Cyclists

Some of our tours are intended for cyclists who enjoy long or hilly rides. Bike up Mt Fuji's slopes or to the more remote lakes in the mountain's foothills, taking in magnificent scenery relatively few tourists ever see.


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 Our Most Popular Multi-Day Bike Tour

Cycle down Mt Fuji's slopes and by all five of the breathtaking lakes in its foothills, visiting the most scenic shrine, village and flower park on the way. Then coast past picturesque farms to a magnficent waterfall.


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 Optional Services and Upgrades

When you book a tour, you have the option to upgrade from a hybrid bike to an e-bike or a road bike. Experienced riders who want to wear their cycling shoes can reserve a bike mounted with clipless pedals.


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 Our Guides

Our tour guides are native English speakers, bike repair experts, practitioners of traditional Japanese arts and long-term residents of Japan. They know the routes well and can help you have a fun, safe tour.


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