|Mt.Fuji has become a symbol of JAPAN same as Cherry blossoms. Fuji is not
a technical peak,
but not everyone successfully reaches the summit. The most important factor affecting
the success rate is
the time you spend acclimatizing on the mountain. Our professional guides have
been leading groups up to the summit
with comfortable pace and rhythm.
Each group will be accompanied by a guide who is certified either JMGA[Japan Mountain
or Fuji-Yoshida City certified Mt.Fuji Guide. All guides have a wilderness first
Guides practice rescue senarios and safety mountain travel skills.
We have a good relationship with the local rescue services.
History and culture
Do you know the meaning of Fuji? who was the first person to climb Mt.Fuji? or
why there are so many TORII
[Gate of Shrine] along the way?
Climbing Mt.Fuji is not just exciting outdoor experience, but also a breathtaking
FYG are a great source of local culture and ancient history.
Maximum 10 guests per a guide.
Small groups make you feel part of our family.
Shoji has been working intermittently in Canada from 1999 to present. He is from Yokohama city Kanagawa Prefecture. He has stayed in Canada for snowboarding from 1999 to 2003 and started to climb mountains. Then he has worked as a programmer for 4 years in Japan. During that time he has toured and climbed throughout the Japanese Alps, Canada, New Zealand, Switzerland, and Argentina for backcountry snowboard trip. Now he is guiding at Mt. Fuji in summer and guiding as a backcountry snowboard guide and teaching avalanche course in winter. He is surfing in day off at Kamakura beach of his home area, and checking Mt. Fuji from there. It is a present goal to provide an opportunity for a lot of people to experience nature and the culture of Japan.
*FUJI-Yoshida City Certified Mt. Fuji Guide.
*Canadian Avalanche Association
Avalanche Operation Level 2 & Affiliate Member
First Aid(90hrs outdoor first aid)
*Active member of Japan Avalanche Network
|FYG Mountain Guides
Postal Code 386-0002
Ueda city Nagano pref Japan