Equipment

You must carry rainwear, cold protection, a head lamp and a map!

  • You should check your equipment before departure for climbing.
  • When you climb Mt. Fuji, higher than 3,000m in altitude, you should be properly equipped, so that you can cope with a sudden weather change or unexpected delay in descending the mountain.

<Necessary Equipment>
Shoes Trekking shoes/boots
 
Rainwear Separate type
Water proof jacket and trouser
Clothes Warm clothes: fleece, sweater, down jacket
 
Underwear Quick-drying underwear
 
Light Head lamp
 
Water About 2 liters of water (available for purchase at mountain huts)
 
Snacks Easy to take
 
Trash Bags Bags to bring trash back
 
Money Cash: Credit card is not usually accepted at moutain huts
Small Change: contribution for toilet
Others Cap/hat, map, sunglasses, sunscreen, waking poles,
 


Also Mt.Fuji is classified as an active volcano. Hikers are advised to bring the following items for an unexpected eruption.

Hard Hat, Helmet Hard Hat can also protect your head against damege in the case of rock fall or falling over.
Dust mask Dust mask can also fend off dust when you are trekking down the descent trails, which become dusty.
Dust goggles Dust goggle can also protect your eyes against dust on the descent trails.