From July 10, 2016, Wire and Wireless Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chuo-ku, Tokyo; President: Koji Otsuka; hereafter Wi2), a contractor for Shizuoka Prefectural Government (Governor: Heita Kawakatsu) and Yamanashi Prefectural Government (Governor: Hitoshi Goto), will provide a free wireless LAN service, Fujisan Wi-Fi, for use at 49  locations including all the mountain huts on Mt. Fuji as well as at Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport  for the first time ever .
Fujisan Wi-Fi is a wireless LAN service available free of charge to both Japanese tourists and foreign visitors to Japan. In compliance with the grant requirements of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, safe and simple use of the service is ensured by two authentication methods, SNS account and email address.
Fujisan Wi-Fi supports 00000JAPAN  integrated network for use in the event of a large-scale disaster and the service can be used as a means of communication in an emergency.
Additionally, au smartphone users can use Fujisan Wi-Fi easily as an au Wi-Fi SPOT.
KDDI CORPORATION (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; President: Takashi Tanaka) will introduce multilingual sightseeing guidance for foreign visitors to Japan using the multilingual speech translation system  at Mt. Fuji trail heads (Fujinomiya Trail Head, Subashiri Trail Head, Gotemba Trail Head and Yoshida Trail Head) successively from July 10, 2016. By providing route guidance and climbing advice through the multilingual speech translation system, in addition to supporting safe and trouble-free climbing, KDDI aims to convey the attractions of Mt. Fuji and contribute to an increased number of climbers, high repeat rate and a ripple effect on the local economy by tourism.
The four companies concerned will contribute to improved safety, user-friendliness and convenience for all visitors to Mt. Fuji.
|Fujinomiya Trail||5th Station||Gogome Rest House|
|5th Station||Mt. Fuji General Information Center|
|New 7th Station||Goraiko-sanso|
|Original 7th Station||Yamaguchi-sanso|
|8th Station||First Aid Center|
|Summit||Fujikan Summit Hut|
|Subashiri Trail||5th Station||Kikuya|
|Sunaharai 5th Station||Yoshinoya|
|6th Station||Osada-sanso (Shakunage-sanso)|
|Original 6th Station||Seto-kan|
|Original 7th Station||Miharashi-kan|
|Original 8th Station||Munatsuki Edoya|
|Gotemba Trail||5th Station||Half Mountain (Fujikyu Shop)|
|5th Station||Trail Station|
|New 5th Station||Oishi-chaya|
|Yoshida Trail||5th Station||Unjokaku|
|5th Station||Mt. Fuji 5th Station General Management Center|
|5th Station||Road Corporation Administration Building|
|6th Station||Mt. Fuji Safety Guidance Center|
|7th Station||7th Station Tomoe-kan|
|Original 8th Station||Taishi-kan|
|Original 8th Station||Horai-kan|
|Original 8th Station||Hakuun-so|
|Original 8th Station||Ganso-muro|
|Original 8th Station||Fujisan Hotel|
|Original 8th Station||Original 8th Station Tomoe-kan|
TRAVEL JAPAN Wi-Fi service has been provided by Wi2 since December 2014 with the aim of further invigorating the inbound business area, targeted at the increasing number of foreign visitors to Japan. The following three services connecting foreign visitors and enterprises are provided geared to improving the internet environment for foreign travellers. At present, over 80  companies participate in the system, supporting the inbound business of enterprises and local governments.
The TRAVEL JAPAN Wi-Fi app provided with this service has recorded a cumulative total of 1.5 million downloads.
1. Unlimited free use of up to 200,000 Wi-Fi SPOTs
2. Support for great value and more convenient travel in Japan by delivery of useful information
3. Further enhancement of the service by utilization of analysis reports