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Fuefuki Hotels & Ryokan

Hotel Sekitei
Hotel Sekitei
This lodging takes pride in the naturally emerging hot spring on its premises. It boasts a daily output of 3 million liters of skin-beautifying hot spring water that naturally flows from the source. Take pleasure in the night views from the panoramic large communal bath and the scenic view open-air bath.
How to get there?
From Isawa Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): 15 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi.
Hanayagi no Sho Keizan
Hanayagi no Sho Keizan
Only five minutes walk from Isawa Onsen Station, Hanayagi no Sho Keizan very conveniently located. This hotel is proud of its large baths and open air baths whose water is sourced from a naturally occurring hot spring.

The soft waters of this hotel's baths will leave bathers' skin feeling smooth and silky. The large open-air stone bath which has a capacity of 50 people is especially popular (This bath is rotated between men's and women's use).
Hotel staff go the extra step to entertain guests by performing a "Keizan" Japanese drum show at 21:00 every night.
How to get there?
From JR Chuo Line Isawa-Onsen Station: 5 mins on foot
Spa Land Hotel Naito
Spa Land Hotel Naito
This spa resort hotel is fully equipped with a range of shared baths, saunas, and even Ganbanyoku (a hot stone spa). Guests can also enjoy a meal at one of the hotel's Japanese, Western, or Chinese style restaurants, pamper themselves with a beauty treatment, or have a massage.
How to get there?
From Isawa Onsen Station (JR Chuo Main Line): About 7 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya IC and continue on Route 20 for about 10 min (10 km).
Hotel Sekifu
Hotel Sekifu
This ryokan (Japanese-style inn) features an abundant supply of hot spring water, sourced from within the ryokan grounds. The 3300 square meter Japanese-style garden resembles the shape of a crane and a turtle, both of which are considered to bring good luck in Japan.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): 11 minutes on foot or 4 minutes by taxi. Pick-up service available from the station. Please contact the hotel.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya Misaka IC and continue along Route 20, then Prefectural Route 411 for about 13 minutes (7km).
Fujinoya Yutei
Fujinoya Yutei
This authentic ryokan (traditional Japanese inn) offers good-quality, natural hot spring water constantly flowing directly from the source.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line) Main Exit: About 20 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya-Misaka IC and continue along Route 20 for about 10 minutes (4 km).
Isawa View Hotel
Isawa View Hotel
Unwind in this Japanese-style hotel to your heart’s content as you enjoy the chef’s special dinner course, Kohama Sekizen, rich in local flavor.
How to get there?
From Isawa Onsen Station on the JR Chuo Line: The hotel is 20 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi.
Hotel Fuji
Hotel Fuji
This lodging has Japanese cuisine, as well as a Japanese, Western, and Chinese buffet with more than 60 varies of food, including a lineup of popular dishes such as piping hot tempura, sushi, 14 kinds of sweets, and more. It also boasts of one of the largest communal baths in the prefecture, where guests can enjoy a variety of hot spring baths, including a waterfall bath, a jet bath, and more. The lodging has a darts corner and karaoke box, as well as an indoor pool that is open during the summer.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): about 25 min on foot or about 5 min by taxi.
Hotel Hanaisawa
Hotel Hanaisawa
Re-opened in March, 2002 based on the theme of "Comfort and Elegance." We have a new large bath, more restaurants and the renewed front lobby now, to welcome you.
How to get there?
From JR Chuo Line Isawa-Onsen Station: 5 mins on foot. From Chuo Expressway Ichinomiya-Misaka IC: 10 mins
Hotel Kohakuen
Hotel Kohakuen
From seventh floor fine view open-air bath, a large communal bath, Southern Alps, Kofu Basin can be seen and is the best. The cuisine is the monthly Koshu banquet dishes which made use of seasonal ingredients.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): 10 minutes on foot or 3 minutes by taxi.
Chikurintei Mizuho Hatago Kikori
Chikurintei Mizuho Hatago Kikori
The classic ryokan (traditional Japanese-style inn) is located in the onsen (hot springs) town, surrounded by modern architecture. We hope that you will enjoy the soul and warmth of trees.

Located just 7-minute from JR Isawa-Onsen Station, guests to this lodging on a free shuttle ride, guests can enjoy meals prepared with in-season ingredients as well as natural hot springs.
How to get there?
From Isawa Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line), Front Exit: 20 min on foot or 5 min by taxi.
Hotel Hatta
Hotel Hatta
Isawa Onsen is a hot spring that sprang up in the middle of a vineyard about 56 years ago. Even now, there are vineyards in the vicinity, so when the season comes around, guests can enjoy picking a variety of delicious grapes. There are also wineries within walking distance, where guests can enjoy tastings and tours, and purchase wine. And throughout all four seasons, guests can also participate in various activities, such as strawberry picking, fireworks and cormorant fishing, touring around temples, shrines, and museums, and more.

Hotel Hatta has easy access - it is about 1 hour and 30 minutes by train from JR Shinjuku to Station to Isawa-Onsen Station (closest station) - so guests can easily come for a visit. This hotel is located about 15 minutes on foot, and about 5 minutes by car from Isawa-Onsen Station. There is also a shuttle going between Isawa-Onsen Station and Hotel Hatta (please check the Access Information).

This hotel is equipped with large communal baths (indoor hot spring baths), open-air baths (hot springs), and scenic view hot spring baths made with red wine on the 7th floor for both men and women. Also, all guestrooms have baths (unit baths) that use hot spring water drawn directly from the source, so guests can enjoy hot springs even in their guestroom.

Dinner will be a Japanese-style set meal in the dining room. These meals are handmade with care, using a variety of fresh ingredients, including local, Yamanashi-sourced ingredients. Breakfast will be a Japanese/Western-style buffet (or a Japanese-style set meal; not selectable).

While check-in is from 15:00, guests can check their travel baggage at the front desk before check-in. Check-out is at 10:00.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Main Line): About 15 min on foot, about 5 min by car.
There is a taxi stand in the rotary in front of the station. Taxi fare to Hotel Hatta: around JPY 730 (current as of April 2017).
There is a shuttle running between Isawa-Onsen Station and Hotel Hatta.
Pick-ups are at 14:10, 15:10, 16:10, and 17:10.
Drop-offs are at 8:00, 9:10, 9:40, and 10:10.
All shuttles are matched with the limited express train coming from and going to the Shinjuku area.
Meiseki no Yado Kagetsu
Meiseki no Yado Kagetsu
Guests will marvel at the elagance of this ryokan with its traditional Sukiya-style architecture, large open-air bath, and massive Japanese garden which was designed using the latest landscaping techniques and created with stones gathered from all over Japan.
Awarded as one of the 'Top 100 Hotels and Ryokan in Japan selected by Industry Professionals'.
Within the hotel's 16,000 square meter grounds, guests can enjoy a beautiful Japanese garden featuring a clear stream, 20 waterfalls and a pond providing a habitat for 8,000 carps.
The garden is popular with small children, and serves as the perfect photographing spot.
Guests staying in the 1st floor guest rooms can feed carp from their guest rooms!
How to get there?
From JR Chuo Line Isawa Onsen Station: 15 mins on foot or 5 mins by taxi
Hotel Kasugai
Hotel Kasugai
This Japanese style hotel is next to Isawa Onsen in the center of the Kasugaikajitsu hot spring resort, also a production area of peaches and grapes. Guests can have a fantastic view of the Fuefuki River or Mt. Fuji.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): 5 min by taxi.
By car: 10 min after exiting the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya-Misaka IC.
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari Isawa Onsen Hotel Shinko
Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari Isawa Onsen Hotel Shinko
A part of the Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari group! Boasting high quality water said to beautify the skin, this hotel also offers a deluxe buffet, as well as karaoke, games, table tennis and more for the whole family to enjoy!
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Main Line): About 15 min on foot; about 5 min by taxi. A free shuttle bus is also available running once per hour (Reservation not needed).
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya IC and continue on Route 20. Landmark: Isawa Onsen Hospital
Hotel Route-Inn Court Kofu Isawa
Hotel Route-Inn Court Kofu Isawa
Well connected, being just 10 minutes from the nearest Expressway exit, and 5 minutes by car from the nearest train station, this is the perfect hotel for both business and sightseeing.
How to get there?
From JR Chuo main line Isawa-Onsen Station: About 30 min walk or about 5 min by taxi.
Hotel Sengoku
Hotel Sengoku
The hot springs flow abundantly in this vineyard-laden area. Hotel Sengoku offers facilities including communal spas, aerated baths and saunas, all of which are sure to relieve guests of their accumulated stress from daily life and traveling. After melting away their fatigue, guests can enjoy delectable kaiseki cuisine.
How to get there?
From Isawa Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): About a 15-minute walk or 3-minute taxi ride.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya Misaka IC and continue along Route 137 for about 10 minutes (10 km).
Chisun Inn Kofu Isawa
Chisun Inn Kofu Isawa
This hotel prides itself on its guest rooms' clean unit baths which are spacious enough for guests to stretch their legs and relax. Guests can look forward to a pleasant, relaxing stay.
How to get there?
From Isawa Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): about 10 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya-Misaka IC and continue towards Kofu for about 15 min (5 km). Proceed along National Route 20. The hotel is beside the Hirose intersection on the right hand side.
Isawa Tokiwa Hotel
Isawa Tokiwa Hotel
Located 5 minutes from the highway exit, at the east entrance to Isawa Hot Spring, this hotel aims to offer guests the best possible hospitality.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): About 30 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya-Misaka IC and continue along Prefectural Route 312 for about 5 minutes (2 km). Head towards Fuefuki-bashi Bridge.
Yoimachi no Sato Hanasuisho
Yoimachi no Sato Hanasuisho
We are a compact Japanese hotel designed with a floral theme. We have two kinds of open-air baths, a hinoki (cypress) wood bath and a stone bath. Meals, carefully prepared using seasonal ingredients, are served in your room.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): 30 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi.
Kasugai View Hotel
Kasugai View Hotel
Guests can escape the hustle and bustle of daily life by relaxing in this hotel's large public bath and open-air baths. Hot springs at the View Group's sister hotels in the area can also be accessed for free, and this hotel offers other facilities like meeting rooms and tennis courts.
How to get there?
A hotel shuttle service is available. Please contact the hotel after arriving at Isawa Onsen Station (Tel. 0553-26-3811).
Hanayagino syo Kaiji
Hanayagino syo Kaiji
Our quiet Japanese-style hotel faces some Sakura trees and a small river, and has a Japanese garden around it. The large hot spring bath with a good supply of water is popular. We are proud of our cuisine made from the local ingredients.
How to get there?
From JR Chuo Line Isawa-Onsen Station: 5 mins by car. From Chuo Expressway Ichinomiya-Misaka IC: 10 mins
Kutsurogi no Tei Kunitachi
Kutsurogi no Tei Kunitachi
Guests can soak in the reservable private natural hot spring baths free of charge, and enjoy a long relaxing stay with check-in starting at 2 pm, and check-out as late as 11 am.
How to get there?
From Isawa-Onsen Station (JR Chuo Line): About 20 minutes on foot, or 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Ichinomiya-Misaka IC and continue along Route 137. Cross the Fuefuki Bridge and continue along Sakura Onsen-dori.

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