You’ve come all the way to Japan, so let’s climb the best areas.

From sport climbing to crack/trad climbing and lead climbing on single/multi-pitch terrain, you’ll learn to climb better, moving more effectively on rock.

Master skills like belaying, rappelling, gear, anchors, and risk management/safety. 


PRIVATE TRIPS (you and guide):

Single Pitch / Multi-Pitch Climbing Joyama / Ogawayama / Futagoyama 40000 yen

Joyama / Battle Runner 5.10a 4 pitches

Joyama / Execursion 5.10c 6 pitches

Ogawayama / Selection 5.8 7 pitches

Ogawayama / Gama Slabs / Gama Route 5.9 7 pitches

Ogawayama / Hachiman Zawa / Haru no Modori Yuki Slab 5.7 4 pitches

Futagoyama / Center Hill Route 5.8 6 pitches


TWO – THREE PERSON TRIPS (you, friend(s) and guide):  

Multi-Pitch Climbing Joyama / Ogawayama / Futagoyama 23,000 yen each



Two days and longer trips with great hotels or camping and hot springs either way. All camping gear provided.



For an additional fee, the entire climb can be recorded on Go-Pro helmet cameras that the climber and belayer wear.  



  • All climbing equipment (harness, helmet and shoes) will be provided and is included in the cost of your trip. 
  • Food and drink.
  • Comfortable clothing. Layer up.
  • Approach shoes. Most approaches are fairly easy hikes up to 30 minutes.
  • Hat, sunglasses, sun screen.
  • Camera, phone.
  • If you have any medical needs or are taking any prescription drugs, please let your guide know.
  • Minors traveling without legal guardians must bring along a signed release form.
  • Adults may bring along their release form or complete one on site.


  • 6 - 7 AM Pick up at your location in my 7 seater Mitsubishi Pajero or on-site meet up.  
  • Drive for 1.5 to 3 hours. Share stories and laughs. Stop at local highway rest stop for breakfast.
  • 9 - 10 AM. Arrive on-site. 
  • Warm up climbs. Lunch.
  • Multi-pitch climbs.
  • Finish before dark.
  • Hit a local hot springs on the drive home. More stories and laughs.
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