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This hotel has three major points in its favor. It has a terrific view of Fuji. The evening kaiseki-style meals are top quality and nicely presented. The property itself and the gardens are beautiful, with something new to see around every corner. The hotel provides access to tea and sake rooms as part of the room price. We also enjoyed the evening drum show and the pianist in the lounge. The room itself was not that great. Unusually for Japan, it wasn't very clean. There was quite a lot of dust and the carpet had not been recently vacuumed. One of the bed covers was dirty after the maid cleaned the room - we think she must have put it on the carpet. The room was also extremely hot making sleep difficult. The hotel is centrally heated; individual room AC doesn't work. The staff also mostly have limited English which makes dealing with issues hard. We were able to get a fan from them - they were reluctant initially - but it didn't make much difference. The room deficiencies are a pity as the hotel would otherwise be a great place to stay to see the Fuji area.

You are greeted with a traditional tea ceremony in the beautiful garden, then you can take a dip in the onsen overlooking Mt. Fuji, then dine the chef's menu at the restaurant next door. They even have a drum performance with fireworks at night. Overall - excellent service and friendly people. Highly recommend.

We were greeted by a row of bowing hotel staff at the front door. Clearly the staff desires to please, but as a Westerner, it is a bit off-putting. Much of the staff knew very little English and I knew less Japanese. In spite of of a little discomfort and a substantial language barrier, we enjoyed our stay immensely. We had read about proper etiquette and knew what to expect in the public bath, at the Kaiseki dinner, and in the Japanese style tatami mat hotel room. Dinner was very nice and served in a private dining room. Our room had an amazing private bath and delightful view into a semi-private garden. We were entertained after dinner by a Japanese drum corp, which was quite enjoyable and unexpected. The most beautiful aspect of the hotel is the public garden, with a lovely tea house and a wedding chapel, that is divided by a coursing river.

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Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen places you within a short walk of Fujiyoshida Museum of Local History and within a mile (2 km) of Fujisansaku Park. The 126 rooms at this 3.5-star ryokan include refrigerators and flat-screen TVs and guests can enjoy free breakfast.


Dining

Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 9 AM.


Rooms

All 126 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, slippers, and toilets with an electronic bidet.


Property features

At Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen, guests have access to karaoke, free WiFi in public areas, and spa treatment rooms. Transportation is made easy with a free train station shuttle. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with securing valuables and luggage storage. Other amenities at this hot springs ryokan include free newspapers, a garden, and a gift shop.

Room options

Presidential Suite with Open Air Bath, Mt. Fuji View, Non Smoking

2 Twin Futons and 4 Twin Beds | Sleeps 6

Yuraku Luxury Japanese Style Room with Open Air Bath, Mt. Fuji View, Non Smoking

6 Twin Futons | Sleeps 6

Sanri Western Room with Open Air Bath, Mt. Fuji View - Non Smoking

2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 4

Seseragi Japanese Style Twin Room, Mt. Fuji View, Non Smoking

2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen

Everyone (3) Couples (1)
5
Everyone

By on Dec 5, 2019

4
Partner Couples

This hotel has three major points in its favor. It has a terrific view of Fuji. The evening kaiseki-style meals are top quality and nicely presented. The property itself and the gardens are beautiful, with something new to see around every corner. The hotel provides access to tea and sake rooms as part of the room price. We also enjoyed the evening drum show and the pianist in the lounge. The room itself was not that great. Unusually for Japan, it wasn't very clean. There was quite a lot of dust and the carpet had not been recently vacuumed. One of the bed covers was dirty after the maid cleaned the room - we think she must have put it on the carpet. The room was also extremely hot making sleep difficult. The hotel is centrally heated; individual room AC doesn't work. The staff also mostly have limited English which makes dealing with issues hard. We were able to get a fan from them - they were reluctant initially - but it didn't make much difference. The room deficiencies are a pity as the hotel would otherwise be a great place to stay to see the Fuji area.

By on Apr 29, 2019

5

a lovely experience

Everyone

You are greeted with a traditional tea ceremony in the beautiful garden, then you can take a dip in the onsen overlooking Mt. Fuji, then dine the chef's menu at the restaurant next door. They even have a drum performance with fireworks at night. Overall - excellent service and friendly people. Highly recommend.

By , from New York, NY on Aug 7, 2017

5

exceptional traditional japanese style hotel

Everyone
Public Garden Private Bath and Garden Room access via lovely hallway Lovely attention to details

We were greeted by a row of bowing hotel staff at the front door. Clearly the staff desires to please, but as a Westerner, it is a bit off-putting. Much of the staff knew very little English and I knew less Japanese. In spite of of a little discomfort and a substantial language barrier, we enjoyed our stay immensely. We had read about proper etiquette and knew what to expect in the public bath, at the Kaiseki dinner, and in the Japanese style tatami mat hotel room. Dinner was very nice and served in a private dining room. Our room had an amazing private bath and delightful view into a semi-private garden. We were entertained after dinner by a Japanese drum corp, which was quite enjoyable and unexpected. The most beautiful aspect of the hotel is the public garden, with a lovely tea house and a wedding chapel, that is divided by a coursing river.

By , from Chicago, IL on Apr 28, 2016

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