Fujisan Conservation Donation Campaign

Mt.Fuji(Fujisan) climbers are asked to give monetary contributions to help efforts for environmental conservation and enhancing climber safety.


In order to inherit beautiful Mt. Fuji, environmental conservation plans and safety measures

Donation amount

1,000 yen or more

To whom?

A financial contribution is requested particularly from those who go beyond the 5th or 6th station (depending on the Trail), but gratefully accepted from anybody who wishes to help improve the general condition of Mt. Fuji.

How to pay

On-site Payment Campaign Period Hours
Yoshida Trail 5th Sta. July 1  - September 11  7:30am - 8:30pm
6th Sta. July 1   - September 10 9am (Mon.) 
 0:00am - 10:00pm
 5:00am - 10:00pm
 5:00am - 12:00pm
 24 hours
Subashiri Trail 5th Sta. July 10 - September 10  4:00am - 9:00pm
Gotemba Trail New 5th Sta. July 10 - September 10  4:00am - noon
Fujinomiya Trail 5th Sta. July 10 - September 10  4:00am - 9:00pm
Mizugatsuka Parking July 10 - September 10  5:00am - noon

The use of collected donation

Collected donations will be used to introduce and enhance activities and services for environmental conservation, climber safety and information provision related to climbing Mt. Fuji at and above the 5th Stations. Please have a look at listed projects below that will be covered by this donation.

  1.  Environmental conservation
  • Installing temporary toilet facilities
  • Research and examination of new technologies to be introduced into toilet system for mountain huts
  • Installing signage to raise awareness of climbing etiquette and rules


“Fujisan Conservation Donation” WILL NOT be used to maintain toilet facilities, indluding those installed in mountain huts. To support the maintenance of these facilities, climbers are asked to pay a small fee(200-300yen) when using the toilet.

  1. Climber safety
  • Increasing the safety of the down trails. (e.g Repair of protective fences, Installing a voice guidence system at a junction)
  • Assigning guides to provide safety and route directions
  • Setting up first-aid centers
  • Operation of the Safety Guidance Center
  • Conducting climber trend surveys

  1. Information provision
  • Setting up information centers
  • Improvement of the General Administration Center
  • Operation of on-site safety headquarters

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