Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Yamanashi Prefecture Hotels & Ryokan

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
Kiyosato Kogen Hotel
Located in the Kiyosato Highlands, this hotel boasts magnificent views of Mt. Fuji, the Southern Alps and Yatsugatake Mountains. Enjoy a wonderful starry sky and fine dishes with fresh local ingredients.
How to get there?
From Kiyosato Station (JR Koumi Line): about 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at the Sutama IC and continue along Route 141 for about 30 minutes (30 km).
Yumoto Hotel (Shimobe)
This quiet hotel is located along the Shimobe river gorge. Kyoshi Takahama, a famous Haiku poet in the Showa era, often stayed at this hotel. At the entrance, guests can find a slab with a haiku poem that Kyoshi Takahama himself wrote. The hotel is proud to have a gushing hot spring source that features excellent antibacterial properties in all of Shimobe Onsen.
How to get there?
From Shimobe Onsen Station (JR Minobu Line): about 15 minutes on foot or about 3 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kawaguchiko IC and continue along Route 139 for about 60 minutes heading towards Shimobe Onsen Hospital and Shimobe Onsen Station.
Hotel Route-Inn Court Uenohara
This hotel offers convenient access to Tokyo and is great for business, golf and leisure. Have a relaxing stay in the refreshing nature of Uenohara.
How to get there?
From JR Uenohara Station North Exit (Chuo Line): 10 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Uenohara IC and continue along Route 20 for about 10 minutes (2 km)
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.
Hotel Sealuck Pal Kofu
With excellent facilities at affordable rates, this hotel offers wide 16 sqm rooms with bath and toilet as spacious as a city hotel's, and furnished with beds same as those you can find in Tokyo's first-class hotels.
How to get there?
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kofu Showa IC and continue for about 300 m (1 min).
Business Hotel Fujimi
This hotel affords easy access to sightseeing spots around Mt. Fuji, ideal for guests on both leisure and business trips. Free Wi-Fi connection available.
How to get there?
By plane: Use Haneda Airport.
From Kotobuki Station (Fuji Kyuko Line): about 10 min on foot or 5 min by taxi at JPY 800 (as of Dec. 2014).
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kawaguchiko IC and continue along Route 139. About 10 min from the IC. Landmark: Fujimi bypass kita intersection
Shimobe Hotel
The Shimobe Hotel is nestled deep in a natural Japanese Red Pine forest. Guests are welcomed with a warm and relaxing atmosphere and two types of hot springs - a simple sulfur spring and the Shimobe Oku-no-Yu high-temperature spring.
How to get there?
From Kofu Station (JR Chuo Line): Take the JR Minobu Line bound for Fuji and get off at Shimobe-onsen Station. Immediate access from there.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kofu-minami IC and continue along National Route 140 for about 20 km (about 25 min), then cross over the Shin Fujikawa-bashi Bridge. Then continue along Route 52 for about 25 km (about 35 min). Turn left at the Kamizawa intersection, cross the Tomiyama-bashi Bridge and continue for about 5 min.
Hotel Route-Inn Kawaguchiko
Right beside the sparkling blue Lake Kawaguchi. This hotel is set in the prime location, with the large natural hot spring baths offering great views of the lake in front of Mt. Fuji. Complimentary breakfast buffet.
How to get there?
From Kawaguchiko Station (Fujikyu Railway): Board a bus bound for Kofu Station and get off at the Azagawa Onsengai bus stop (about 10 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kawaguchiko IC and continue along Route 137 for about 4 km (about 7 min).
Hotel Mt. Fuji
Located at an elevation of 1,100 meters, this hotel was built specifically to provide excellent views of Mt. Fuji. From the guestrooms to the cafe, the garden to the open-air hot spring baths, guests can enjoy sweeping views of the hotel's namesake.
How to get there?
From Tokyo: Take a highway bus from Shinjuku Station or Tokyo Station and alight at the Hotel Mt. Fuji Iriguchi bus stop (about 120 min). There is shuttle service available from the there to the hotel (about 10 min).
From Fujisan Station (Fuji Kyuko Line): Take a bus to the Hotel Mt. Fuji Iriguchi bus stop. Shuttle service from bus stop available as mentioned above.
Hotel Bell Kaneyama
Located near many sightseeing spots, this affordable resort hotel is popular for its pick-up/drop-off service (reservation required). Guests can look forward to enjoying breakfast, soaking in natural vanadium hot spring baths, and appreciating the surrounding nature. Guests can also stay with their pets!
How to get there?
From Otsuki Station (JR Chuo Line): about 25 min by taxi at around JPY 12,000 (as of June 2015).
From Fujisan (Mt. Fuji) Station (Fuji Kyuko Line): about 35 min on foot or 8 min by taxi at about JPY 1,700 (as of June 2015).
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kawaguchiko IC and continue along Route 138. Turn left at the Fujimi Koen-mae intersection. The hotel is about 300 meters ahead on the right side.
Wakakusa no Yado Maruei
This lodging is located at the foot of Mt. Fuji on the shore of Lake Kawaguchi. This quiet location away from the tumult of the ryokan district makes it seem like a secluded retreat, and is quite favored among guests.
This lodging boasts of a variety of baths - including the ‘Fuji no Yu’ and ‘Umi no Yu’ scenic view open-air baths on the top floor - and an abundance of seasonal cuisine. From the ‘Fuji no Yu’ scenic view open-air bath, guests can gaze out on the gallant figure of Mt. Fuji right before their eyes as its appearance changes hour by hour.

- Recommended Feature
The 14:00 check-in and 11:00 check-out provides for a leisurely 21-hour stay.
So that guests can enjoy a relaxing stay, morning bedding is left as is until they leave.

- Meals
Dinner: Guests can comfortably savor delicious kaiseki course meals that feature a harmony of seasonal delights, fresh seafood, and nourishing inland delights in their guestroom or a private dining room.
*Guests cannot select between their guestroom or a private dining room.
Breakfast: Guests will be served a Japanese-style set meal in the breakfast venue. This meal treasures seasonality and also gives consideration to guests’ health.
How to get there?
Pick-up is not available for guests arriving earlier than 14:00.
Also, be sure to contact the facility if arriving at 17:00 or later, as there will be an overlap with the dinner service.
Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan
Welcome to Koshu Nishiyama Hot Spring, Keiunkan - an inn with free-flowing hot springs with 1,300 years of history. The history of the Keiunkan inn dates back 1,300 years to the year 705 AD (the 2nd year of the Keiun era), when Fujiwara Mahito founded the inn. Because it was founded in the Keiun era, the inn was thus named Keiunkan. The hot spring has flowed freely without interruption since then and is loved by many townsfolk, military commanders and cultured peoples as a secluded place deep in the mountains of the Kai region. Keiunkan, to this day, still embodies the unchanging hospitality of the heart of Japanese harmony for all of their guests. In the Guinness World Records, Keiunkan is certified as the world's most historical inn. - World's Longest-Standing Inn Founded in 705 AD -

History of Keiunkan
The Nishiyama Hot Spring, Keiunkan is said to have had many townsfolk and military commanders of the warring period visiting it. Amidst the unification of Japan after the warring period, it is said that Tokugawa Ieyasu visited twice. Later, it was called the secret hot spring of Takeda Shingen and Tokugawa Ieyasu. No matter how much time has passed, Keiunkan embodies the unchanging hospitality fueled by the spirit of Japanese harmony towards their guests.

Same Prefecture as World Heritage Site 'Mt. Fuji'
Keiunkan is located in Yamanashi Prefecture, the same prefecture as the World Heritage-listed Mt. Fuji, so perhaps you can view the grand sight of Japan's greatest sacred mountain, Mt. Fuji, while you make your way to the world's longest-standing inn, Keiunkan. *Mt. Fuji is not viewable from the facilities.

Hot Springs
This lodging brings you a moment of bliss with a luxurious bath with the free-flowing hot spring. Keiunkan has four open-air baths and two indoor baths for a total of six baths. There are four different sources of the natural hot spring, and the water has the properties of sodium, calcium nitrate and chloride spring (low alkaline properties) and is sourced from the chasm of the Earth, Fossa Magna, cultivated over eons of time. Please enjoy the hot springs; they also have a terrace setting for you to enjoy the view of the Yukawa ravine afterwards.
How to get there?
From Minobu Station (JR Minobu Line), Main Exit: Board a bus bound for Narada and alight at the Nishiyama Onsen bus stop (about 90 min). It is less than 1 min on foot from there.
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).
Hotel Keyforest Hokuto
A boutique hotel, created by a famous architect, with only 6 rooms. On sunny days, guests can enjoy the view of Mt. Fuji from the rooftop.
How to get there?
From Kobuchizawa Station (JR Chuo Line): 8 min by taxi.
Tominoko Hotel
One of the best view points in the Lake Kawaguchi area, guests can enjoy a magnificent view of Mt. Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi. Guests will also be able to see the famous "upside down Mt. Fuji," as reflected in the lake.
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
- By Train: Take the JR Chuo Line from Shinjuku Station to Otsuki Station. Transfer to the Fuji Kyuko Line and ride to Kawaguchiko Station (final stop).
- By Bus: Take a Chuo Expressway Bus from the Shinjuku Station West Exit Bus Terminal to Kawaguchiko.
From Kawaguchiko Station: About 5 min by local bus or taxi.

Shuttle Service (weekdays only) (as of Aug. 2015)
From Kawaguchiko Station to Hotel: 15:00 - 19:00
From Hotel to Kawaguchi Station or nearby facility
**Requires prior reservation. Shuttle not available on Saturdays, Sundays, or holidays.
[Notes on the Pick-up Service]
Pick-up service may not be available before the check-in time, or after 17:00 due to the preparation of dinner.
Spatio Kobuchizawa
This hotel is located 1,000 meters above sea level, at the Yatsugatake Kogen, surrounded by red pine woods and the rich, majestic nature. It preserves the concept of refreshing the body and mind.
Large Communal Baths
"Akamatsu" Guests only indoor bath: 16:00-24:00 & 6:00-9:00
"Enmei-no-yu" Day-trip Hot Springs: 12:00-23:00
*A bathing tax of JPY 150 per adult must be paid separately.

Kobuchisawa Roadside Station, well known on the ranking list of Japan's roadside stations, is located on hotel grounds, and is recommended as a spot for purchasing souvenirs. On sale are everything from fresh Yatsugatake vegetables to organic breads baked in the bakery, jam, and a cafe restaurant.
How to get there?
From Kobuchizawa Station (Chuo Main Line): About 5 min by car/taxi.
From Kiyosato Station: About 30 min by car passing through Higashizawa Ohashi and the Yatsugatake Kogen Line.
By car: 3 min from Kobuchizawa IC on the Chuo Expressway.
Shuttle service: Pick-up is available from 10:00-17:00. Please tell the pick-up time to the hotel by the day before.
Hotel Route-Inn Court Minami Alps
The hotel offers guests artificial mineral stone hot spring baths (men's and women's baths rotated, sauna), free parking, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, and humidifier and air purifying machine. Cup of coffee welcome service!
How to get there?
From Kofu Station (JR Chuo Line) South Exit: Take the Kajikazawa bus bound for Kajikazawa, and get off at Ogasawara. About 15 minutes on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chubu Odan Expressway at Minami-Alps IC and continue along for about 5 minutes (about 2 km).
Kofu Kinenbi Hotel (Formerly: Kofu Fujiya Hotel)
Located near Yumura Onsen in Kofu, this hotel fuses the comfort of a modern urban resort with a traditional Japanese atmosphere. Shosenkyo Valley is right nearby, while Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi are just one hour away.
How to get there?
From Kofu Station (JR Chuo Line, Minobu Line): Take a bus bound for Shikishima-Eigyojo and get off at the Yumura-Onsen-iriguchi bus stop (about 15 min). It is about 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kofu-Showa IC and continue along Prefectural Route Alps Dori for about 5 km (about 15 min).
Hotel Danrokan
In the center of Kofu, convenient for business or tourism use. We have a large hot spring bath. We have a Japanese and European restaurant too.
How to get there?
From Kofu Station South Exit (JR Chuo Line): 8 min on foot or 5 min by taxi.
By car: 15 minutes (9 km) after exiting the Chuo Expressway at Kofu-Minami IC.
Yatsugatake Wanwan Paradise
In the forests of Yatsugatake Heights, this group of stand-alone cottages is a sanctuary for dog lovers, and of course, their dogs! This hotel welcomes guests and their dogs with a grooming room, shop and other facilities. Cottages are equipped with kitchens and cooking utensils so guests can enjoy an at-home feeling. The hotel also features a restaurant at which guests can enjoy a meal accompanied by their dog. Also, a 5,000 sqm dog run is located on hotel grounds.
How to get there?
From Kobuchizawa Station Main Exit (JR Chuo Main Line): 10 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kobuchisawa IC and continue along Prefectural Highway Yatsugatake Kogen Line for about 10 minutes (7 km).
Hotel Route-Inn Court Nirasaki
The hotel is convenient for both business as well as sightseeing. Guests can enjoy hiking around Mt. Amari or visiting historical sites associated with the famous warlord, Takeda Shingen.
How to get there?
From Nirasaki Station (JR Chuo Line): About 8 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at the Nirasaki IC and continue along for about 10 minutes (about 3 km).
Asahi Century Hotel
Standing on rich land in a quiet area, this hotel exudes a warm, familial atmosphere. Guests can look forward to easing their daily stresses. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy a rejuvenating stay.
How to get there?
From Ichikawa-Daimon Station (JR Minobu Line): 20 min on foot or about 5 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kofu-minami IC and continue along Route 140 for about 20 min. Or, about 25 min from Kofu Showa IC.
HOTEL MYSTAYS Fuji Onsen Resort
Roughly 5 minutes on foot to the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park, this resort hotel features large communal baths and open-air baths that guests can enjoy. This hotel received a grand opening in December 2016.
How to get there?
From Fujikyu-Highland Station (Fujikyuko Line): About 5 min on foot.
From Otsuki Station (JR Chuo Line): Take the Fujikyuko Line to Fujikyu Highland Station. It is about 5 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kawaguchiko IC.
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.
Comfort Inn Kofu
This hotel is located along National Route 20, just a 1-minute drive from the Kofu-Showa Interchange. Guests can enjoy a view of Mt. Fuji from their spacious guestrooms! The hotel, which offers a complimentary breakfast that is rich in variety, is perfect for business and sightseeing!
How to get there?
From Kofu Station (JR Chuo Line), South Exit: About 15 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway from Kofu-Showa IC and take Route 20 for about 1 km (about 1 min).
Hoshino Resorts RISONARE Yatsugatake
This highland resort is set on the southern foot of Mt. Yatsugatake, overlooking the Southern Alps and Mt. Fuji. The construction is modeled after a walled-in city of middle age Italy, and the resort's abundant facilities always provide guests with something new to enjoy.
How to get there?
From Kobuchizawa Station on the JR Chuo Line: The hotel is about 25 minutes from the station on foot or about 5 minutes by taxi.
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.
Kofu Washington Hotel Plaza
This hotel's guest rooms offer great views of Kofu with Mt. Fuji to the east and Southern Alps to the west. All rooms are equipped with internet connection.
How to get there?
From Kofu Station (JR Chuo Main Line and Minobu Line) South Exit: about 13 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at the Kofu Minami IC and continue along Route 358 for about 20 minutes (7 km).
Pension Field
A B&B style pension house built with a warm wooden architecture. All rooms equipped with an air conditioning unit and private toilet. Look forward to starting the day with a delicious Japanese-style breakfast prepared with local ingredients. There is a recently renovated mini kitchen on site.
How to get there?
By train: Take the JR Chuo Main Line train and alight at Kobuchizawa Station.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kobuchisawa IC.
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.
Fuji Marriott Hotel Lake Yamanaka
The highland resort filled with the refreshing atmosphere of Mt. Fuji. We guarantee that our ample facilities and onsen (hot springs) which is the gift from Mt. Fuji will provide you with a relaxing time.
How to get there?
From Keio Chuo Highway bus Yamanakako Mori-no-Eki Station: 10 mins by taxi
Hotel Kaminoyu Onsen
Enjoy amazing panoramic views of Mt. Fuji, relax in one the hotels natural hot spring baths or private reservable open-air baths, and sample some delicious Japanese-style cuisine.
How to get there?
From Ryuo Station (JR Chuo Main Line): About 5 min by taxi. Pick-up service is also available from Ryu-o Station North Exit 1F.
By car: 3 minutes after exiting the Chuo Expressway at Futaba (Smart) IC. Take a right at Seven-Eleven.
Hotel Bugakusou
Located on the lakeshore, Mt. Fuji can be seen towering outside the guestroom windows, and the Northern Alps can be seen in the distance. Great for walks on the beach in the early morning or at dusk. Guests can enjoy barbecues on the hotel grounds.
How to get there?
From Otsuki Station (JR Chuo Line): Take the Fuji Kyuko Line to Mt. Fuji Station. From there, take the bus bound for Hirano and get off at Bugakusou-mae. Less than 1 min on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Higashi Fujigoko Road at Yamanakako IC and continue along Route 138 for about 7 min (5 km), then along Route 413 for about 3 min (2 km). Look for the hotel signboard along the national highway.
Hotel Mifuji
Enjoy a lovely view of magnificent Mt. Fuji by day and stunning stars by night. Mt. Fuji, Lake Yamanakako, Fuji-Q Highland and Gotenba outlet mall are all within easy access. We serve delicious wagyu (Japanese beef) with our meals, definitely worth a try!
How to get there?
By Car: From the Yamanaka Interchange, head towards Hirano, turn left on Route 17 and continue for a short time.
Oike Hotel
A large hotel made up of a main building and an annex. There are a variety of bathing facilities for guests to enjoy including a public open-air bath in the garden, a private open-air bath available for rent (reservation required after check-in), a large public bath with a view of Mt. Fuji, a jacuzzi and a sauna. Meals consist of Japanese-style cuisine, and guests can delight in a variety of seasonal dishes, with ingredients ranging from wagyu to crab depending on the time of year.

[Pick-up / Drop-off Service (as of Aug. 2015)]
-Pick-up Service
From Kawaguchiko Station (15:00 - 19:00): Available from 1 person. The bus cannot stop in front of the station. Please contact the hotel when arriving at the station.
-Drop-off Service
From hotel to Kawaguchiko Station (9:00, 9:30, 10:00): Available from 1 person. Reservation required at hotel.

[Notes on the Pick-up Service]
Pick-up service may not be available before the check-in time, or after 17:00 due to the preparation of dinner.
How to get there?
From Kawaguchiko Station (Fujikyu Railway): 5 min by pick-up bus.
By car: 7 min from Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko IC.

Shuttle Bus
Kawaguchiko Station == Hotel
After arriving at the location, please contact the hotel directly.
Kiyosato Pension White Clover
There are sweeping views of the sunset and the Yatsugatake and the Southern Alps. Guests can stargaze to their heart's content and enjoy an unforgettable experience.
How to get there?
From Kiyosato Station (JR Koumi Line): About 7 min by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Sutama IC and continue along Route 141 for about 17 km (about 20 min).

- There is no shuttle service.
Pension Mozart
Stay amidst the abundant nature of Fuji, surrounded by seasonal colors and a skyful of stars. Pension Mozart promises a departure from your everyday life.
How to get there?
From Shinjuku Station: Take the JR Chuo Line and get off at Otsuki. Then take the Fuji Kyuko Line and get off at Fujisan Station. From there, take the bus towards Yamanakako (Lake Yamanaka) and get off at Asahigaoka or Bugakuso.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Yamanakako IC and continue along Route 138. Take a right at the Senshu University sign. 3 minutes from the hotel sign.
Yanagiya (Kofu Yumura)
Yumura Onsen is a very old hot spring resort in Kofu City located at the foot of Mt. Yumura. This lodging, Yanagiya, is an onsen ryokan (a Japanese inn with a vast garden and open-air hot spring baths) close to the train station.
How to get there?
From Kofu Station (JR Chuo Line), South Exit: Take a bus from Terminal #3 to the Yumura-Iriguchi bus stop (15 min). It is 5 min on foot from there.
Hotel Regina Kawaguchiko
A mere 80 minutes from the city center, and just a 2-minute drive from the Kawaguchiko Interchange. Guests can see Mr. Fuji over the woodlands from every room and there are also tennis courts and an indoor swimming pool. The hotel is in the perfect location, and with Fuji-Q Highland amusement park just 3-minutes drive away, Lake Kawaguchiko reachable in around 10 minutes and the 5th station of Mt. Fuji 45 minutes away, this will make a great base for sightseeing in the area. For those in the mood for serious shopping, the Gotenba Retail Outlet is just 40 minutes away by car. This is a great place for all sorts of leisure activities.
How to get there?
From Kawaguchiko Station (Fujikyu Railway): 5 min by car.
By car: 2 min from Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko IC.

Shuttle Service
Fujikyuko Line Kawaguchiko Station/Kawaguchiko Station/Fuji-Q Highlands Bus Station == Hotel
To hotel from station/bus stop: 14:00 - 22:00
To station from hotel: 8:00 - 11:00
**No prior reservation required. Please call hotel upon arriving at one of the stations or bus stop to request pick up. Gather at the hotel entrance for return shuttle to stations/bus stop.

[Pick-up Service]
From Kawaguchiko Station/Fuji-Q Highland: 15:00 - 22:00
Pick-up available from 1 guest. The bus cannot stop and wait in front of Kawaguchiko Station. Please contact the hotel when arriving at the station (English or Japanese available).

[Drop-off Service]
To Kawaguchiko Station/Fuji-Q Highland: Every 30 min from 8:00 - 11:00
Drop-off available from 1 guest. Reservation required in advance.

*Pick-up service may not be available before the check-in time, or after 17:00 due to the preparation of dinner.
Hotel Route-Inn Court Yamanashi
Located in Yamanashi, a prefecture famous for the fruits it produces, guests can relax in the cozy, fruity and relaxing atmosphere.
How to get there?
From Yamanashi-shi Station (JR Chuo Line): About 15 minutes on foot, of about 5 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at the Katsunuma IC and continue along Route 20 for about 15 minutes.
Kiyosato-Pension Izumi
This quiet hotel is located near the station and surrounded by flowers. Guests can look forward to dishes made from seasonal highland vegetables taken from the hotel's private farm.
How to get there?
From Kiyosato Station (JR Ko-umi Line): 10 min by taxi.
Hotel Naito Kofu Showa
1 minute by car from Kofu Showa IC. Free parking lot. Male guests can enjoy a large communal bath and sauna. A female-exclusive large bath is also available on the 10th floor.
How to get there?
From Kofu Station South Exit (JR Chuo Main Line): 15 minutes by taxi.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kofu Showa IC and continue along Route 20 for about 1 minute (1km).
Hotel Route-Inn Court Kofu
This hotel offers its guests artificial hot spring baths and rooms equipped with air purifying machines. With warm and hospitable services, this hotel is suited to guests traveling on business.
How to get there?
From Kofu Station (JR Chuo Line) South Exit: About 15 minutes by taxi. Alternatively, take the bus from terminal No. 1 and get off at Kugawa.
By car: Exit the Chuo Expressway at Kofu-Showa IC and continue along Route 20 for about 2 minutes (2 km), then continue along Route 52 for about 2 minutes. The hotel is located near the Prefectural Art Museum.
Highland Resort Hotel & Spa
This is the official hotel of the Fuji-Q Highland amusement park and is located right next to the park itself. Guests here can enjoy an array of perks including the following:
- Early admission to Fuji-Q Highland (15 minutes before official opening time)
- Free admission to the connected Fujiyama Onsen hot spring spa facilities
- Free admission to the Fujiyama Museum
How to get there?
[From Tokyo]
By Highway Bus: About 1 hr 40 min from Shinjuku Station via the Fujikyu Express Bus; about 2.5-3 hr from Tokyo Station.
By Train: Take the JR Chuo Line from Shinjuku Station to Otsuki Station. Transfer to the Fuji Kyuko Line and take it to Fuji-san Station (about 50 min).

Free Shuttle Bus
Fujisan Station == Hotel
Arrival Pick-up Times (from station): 10:00-15:40 (weekdays), 10:20-16:35 (weekends/holidays)
Drop off Departure Times (from hotel): 9:00-16:30 (weekdays), 9:00-17:00 (weekends/holidays)
Takes about 5 min.
**Shuttle services apart from the bus may be possible if staff are available.
(Current as of Aug. 2014)
Yasuragi no Bettei Shikitei
Located in the Fuji Five Lakes area, which boasts majestic views of Mt. Fuji, Lake Kawaguchi, and Lake Yamanaka. Standing in a forest showered by the blessings of Mt. Fuji, the six separate accommodations are designed in pure Japanese style, and furnished with a kitchen equipped with cooking utensils. A hearth and cypress bath are also on site. Guests can spend time with nature and feel as if they're staying in their own villa.
How to get there?
From Fujisan Station (Fuji Kyuko Line): about 5 min by car or taxi.
By car: about 10 min from Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko IC or Fuji-Goko Road Yamanakako IC.
If using a car navigation system, please enter "2614 Oasumi Fujiyoshida-shi."

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