Hotels in Fujisan

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Guest House Tokiwa
9.6 Excellent
14-15, Chuocho, Fujinomiya, Japan
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0.7 km from city centre, Fujinomiya, Japan 

Guest House Tokiwa is located in Fujinomiya and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides a 24-hour reception and luggage storage.

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Oike Hotel
8.2 Excellent
Funatsu 6713-103, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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6.9 km from city centre, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan 

Set in Fujikawaguchiko, Oike Hotel is a five-minute walk from Kawaguchiko Onsenji and features a Jacuzzi, outdoor tennis courts and an outdoor pool. Some of the popular facilities on offer at this 4-star hotel are free Wi-Fi, a rooftop terrace and a free shuttle service.

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Guesthouse Sakuya
8.7 Excellent
2526 Oishi, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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5.8 km from city centre, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan 

Boasting an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi, Guesthouse Sakuya is situated in Fujikawaguchiko and offers comfortable accommodation. Views of Mount Fuji can be seen from the guest house's complex, which conveniently provides a beauty centre.

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Hostel Fujisan You
8.8 Excellent
1-9-12 Kamiyoshida, Fujiyoshida, Japan
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4.9 km from city centre, Fujiyoshida, Japan 

Hostel Fujisan YOU is located in Fujiyoshida and offers free Wi-Fi. The hostel is also conveniently situated minutes on foot from Fujisan Station.

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Mizno Hotel
9.4 Excellent
187 Azagawa, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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8.2 km from city centre, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan 

This comfortable hotel in Fujikawaguchiko offers free wireless internet, as well as a Jacuzzi and a sauna. Featuring views of Lake Kawaguchi and Mount Fuji, it also provides a multitude of facilities, including massage services, free bicycle rental and a free shuttle service.

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Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko
7.3 Good
6713-22 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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7.0 km from city centre, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan 

Offering a bowling alley, Royal Hotel Kawaguchiko is located in Fujikawaguchiko and is a short walk from Kawaguchiko Onsenji. It has a spa and wellness centre, as well as free Wi-Fi, a free shuttle service and a beauty centre.

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Fuji Onsenji Yumedono
9.1 Excellent
Funatsu 6677, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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6.7 km from city centre, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan 

Located in Fujikawaguchiko, Fuji Onsenji Yumedono is a short drive from Fujiyoshida and offers a Jacuzzi and a sauna. It also provides a mineral bath, a free shuttle service and a beauty centre.

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Hotel Mt. Fuji
8.3 Excellent
Yamanaka 1360-83, Yamanakako, Japan
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2.7 km from city centre, Yamanakako, Japan 

Set in Yamanakako, Hotel Mt Fuji is a short drive from Oshino and provides free Wi-Fi, an indoor pool and a sauna. It also offers a kids pool, a free shuttle service and a kids club.

Cheapest hotels in Fujisan, Fujinomiya

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Kagelow Mt Fuji Hostel Kawaguchiko
8.8 Excellent
3111-1 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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7.0 km from city centre,  

Situated in Fujikawaguchiko, the hostel is an ideal base for visiting Mount Fuji and just a short bike ride or drive from Lake Kawaguchi. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.

₹ 1,859
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Hostel Fujisan You
8.8 Excellent
1-9-12 Kamiyoshida, Fujiyoshida, Japan
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4.9 km from city centre,  

Hostel Fujisan YOU is located in Fujiyoshida and offers free Wi-Fi. The hostel is also conveniently situated minutes on foot from Fujisan Station.

₹ 1,936
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Select Inn Fujisan Gotemba
6.6 Good
41-1 Nimaibashi, Gotemba, Japan
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1.0 km from city centre,  

This comfortable hotel in Gotemba offers free Wi-Fi, as well as luggage storage and a 24-hour reception. It offers guests a convenient base with Gotemba Railway Station under a 10-minute stroll away.

₹ 2,013
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Cabinhouse Yado Fujinomiyaten
9.3 Excellent
11-18 Omiyacho, Fujinomiya, Japan
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0.9 km from city centre,  

Situated under a 20-minute walk from Nishi-Fujinomiya Railway Station, the hostel offers guests a convenient base when in Fujinomiya. Those staying at the property can also enjoy complimentary wireless internet throughout their stay.

₹ 2,013
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K's House Mt.fuji
8.8 Excellent
6713-108 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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6.8 km from city centre,  

This cosy hotel is situated close to Kawaguchiko Onsenji in Fujikawaguchiko. It also offers a free shuttle service, free Wi-Fi and bicycle rental.

₹ 2,478
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Den's Inn
9.2 Excellent
2853-1 Kawaguchiko-Machi, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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8.2 km from city centre,  

Den's Inn provides a comfortable setting while in Fujikawaguchiko. It offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a free shuttle service and free bicycle rental.

₹ 2,633
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Cabin & Lounge Highland Station Inn
8.9 Excellent
Funatsu 6663-11, Minami Tsuru-gun, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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8.4 km from city centre,  

Mt Fuji Cabin & Lounge Highland Station Inn Capsule Hotel provides a comfortable setting while in Fujikawaguchiko. It is also set within a five-minute walk of Dodonpa Roller Coaster.

₹ 2,633
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Mt. Fuji Hostel Samurise Kura
7.6 Good
3708-10 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan
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7.5 km from city centre,  

Situated only a short stroll from Kawaguchiko Station, SAMURISE KURA provides guests with an ideal base when visiting Fujikawaguchiko. Those staying at the property can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access during their stay.

₹ 2,633
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Hotel prices in Fujisan

3 stars
Kaze No Terrace Kukuna Hotel
No. 1 most popular

Kaze No Terrace Kukuna Hotel

70,Azagawa,Fujikawaguchiko-cho,Minamitsuru-gun, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan

9.4 Excellent
₹ 28,963

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La Vista Fuji Kawaguchiko
No. 2 most popular

La Vista Fuji Kawaguchiko

2395 Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchiko, Japan

8.9 Excellent
₹ 12,546

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Highland Resort Hotel And Spa
Best value

Highland Resort Hotel And Spa

Shinnishihara 5-6-1, Fujiyoshida, Japan

8.5 Excellent
₹ 10,455

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Hotel Mt. Fuji
No. 1 most popular

Hotel Mt. Fuji

Yamanaka 1360-83, Yamanakako, Japan

8.3 Excellent
₹ 8,364

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About Fujisan

Snow-capped Mount Fuji is an enduring symbol of Japan, an active volcano that rises 3,776 metres into the sky some 100 kilometres southwest of Tokyo. As well as being the country's highest peak, it's one of Japan's sacred mountains. The symmetrical volcanic cone seems to come from a mythical painting and the mountain attracts millions of annual visitors.

Most visitors glimpse Mount Fuji from a distance, usually on a train between Tokyo and Nagoya, Kyoto or Osaka. Sit on the right when travelling from Tokyo and the left when travelling into the capital. However, clouds often block the summit and the view can't be guaranteed. Winter months along with dawn and dusk hours are the clearest. Enhance the probability of viewing the white summit by staying in Hakone National Park or Fuji Five Lakes.

Mount Fuji is a destination for adventure, with a variety of ski slopes during the winter months and many high-altitude hiking trails possible in the summer. Mountain huts are scattered across the slopes and a typical ascent to the summit will take two days. Note that routes to the peak are only open from July to early September.

Mount Fuji is neatly divided into ten zones, known locally as stations, with the tenth being the summit and the first being at the foot of the mountain. Most hiking trails depart from the mountain's fifth stations. During summer, direct buses connect Tokyo's Shinjuku Station with Kawaguchiko 5th Station. By train, visitors usually alight at Fujiyoshida and Gotemba stations, where there are local buses to the Mount Fuji fifth stations.

Before ascending, Japanese people and many foreign tourists stop to worship at the millennia-old Murayama Sengen Jinja temple at the foot of the mountain. While no specialist climbing skills are required to climb the mountain, scores of climbers die each year, predominantly from the cold or falling off the slopes.

A Japanese saying seems to summarise the mountain's sacred appeal and power: a wise man climbs Fuji once, but only a fool would climb it twice.

Fujisan travel FAQs

Snow-capped Mount Fuji is an enduring symbol of Japan, an active volcano that rises 3,776 metres into the sky some 100 kilometres southwest of Tokyo. As well as being the country's highest peak, it's one of Japan's sacred mountains. The symmetrical volcanic cone seems to come from a mythical painting and the mountain attracts millions of annual visitors.

Most visitors glimpse Mount Fuji from a distance, usually on a train between Tokyo and Nagoya, Kyoto or Osaka. Sit on the right when travelling from Tokyo and the left when travelling into the capital. However, clouds often block the summit and the view can't be guaranteed. Winter months along with dawn and dusk hours are the clearest. Enhance the probability of viewing the white summit by staying in Hakone National Park or Fuji Five Lakes.

Mount Fuji is a destination for adventure, with a variety of ski slopes during the winter months and many high-altitude hiking trails possible in the summer. Mountain huts are scattered across the slopes and a typical ascent to the summit will take two days. Note that routes to the peak are only open from July to early September.

Mount Fuji is neatly divided into ten zones, known locally as stations, with the tenth being the summit and the first being at the foot of the mountain. Most hiking trails depart from the mountain's fifth stations. During summer, direct buses connect Tokyo's Shinjuku Station with Kawaguchiko 5th Station. By train, visitors usually alight at Fujiyoshida and Gotemba stations, where there are local buses to the Mount Fuji fifth stations.

Before ascending, Japanese people and many foreign tourists stop to worship at the millennia-old Murayama Sengen Jinja temple at the foot of the mountain. While no specialist climbing skills are required to climb the mountain, scores of climbers die each year, predominantly from the cold or falling off the slopes.

A Japanese saying seems to summarise the mountain's sacred appeal and power: a wise man climbs Fuji once, but only a fool would climb it twice.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Fujisan?

    You can find several places worth visiting in Fujisan. Fujikawaguchiko, Fujiyoshida, and Gotemba are some of the most popular amongst our users.

  • What are the best hotels in Fujisan?

    17 reviews rated Kaze No Terrace Kukuna Hotel with an average score of 9.4/10. It may also be worth looking into the La Vista Fuji Kawaguchiko, which received a rating of 8.9/10 from 320 reviews. Shuhokaku Kogetsu could also be a good option, with a score of 9.2/10 from 444 reviews.