Not sure why this hotel was rated so highly. The bathroom smelled musty. The private bath was a glorified jacuzzi with a view of the street. Dinner was pleasant. Overall, not impressed for the amount spent.
The location of the hotel is great to see Mountain Fuji. However the leading staff (probably the owner’s wife) in charge of the front desk is terrible. She is very unfriendly to kids to describe it in a nice way. If you travel with kids, try to stay away from this hotel. We have traveled to Kyoto, ...
We had a spectacular view of Mt. Fujii from our windows; so the hotel is correctly named.
Fantastic place, amazing view, incedible staff. The property upgrades your experience as if you were in ancient japanese country side, the futton bedroom, the ozen, even the traditional cothes at disposal free of charge...
Nice hotal that located near kawaguchiko lake. Hotel facility quite dated, breakfast are nice and delicious.
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Whether you're looking for a bed and breakfast or a cheap hotel, Fujikawaguchiko has 130 accommodations including:
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If you want an early meal before hitting the road to explore your surroundings, think about one of these Fujikawaguchiko properties, recommended by guests for their good free breakfast:
Go for a swim when you stay at one of these Fujikawaguchiko properties, liked for their pools.
Debating whether you're going to need a lightweight jacket or a down coat while you're visiting? Fujikawaguchiko is typically warmest in August and July, while it’s usually the chilliest in January and February. The rainiest months are August and July, while the driest months are normally January and December. Here's a rundown of rain and seasonal temperatures so you're completely prepared for everything Mother Nature can throw at you:
Enjoy the local culture in relaxing Fujikawaguchiko including the tours, and then get some fresh air at the hot springs. Discover these noteworthy sights during your visit: