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So visiting Tokyo and decided to check out Japan’s traditional Ryokan stay with tatami mats and all that... and hearing that Mt. Fuji at Hakone, Kawaguchiko lake will have one of the best views Ryokan we decided to make a trip there. After searching all...More
The hotel staffs had been standing waiting in front of the hotel before our arrival. Our names were checked on their tablet while in our car. After entering the hotel, we were led to the sofa for check-in, with hot towels, dried persimmons and the...More
We used to stay in this hotel during our travel to Kawaguchiko. The hotel locates at a good position with most of the rooms facing Mt.Fuji and Lake Kawaguchiko. The onsens are excellent. Food quality high particularly the dinner menu with "beef". By the way,...More
We stayed for three nights here. Big and spaceous room with gorgeous view of Mt. Fuji and a lake in front. We were lucky that we could see the whole Mt. Fuji during our stay in all different weather conditons, clear blue sky, with clouds...More
This is a hotel of luxury. Protocols from check-in to the nice beef dinner to the beautiful onsen. Plus a very relaxing lounge with free coffee for guests! We were spoiled!
The beef offered in the dinner was of superb quality! The breakfast was very...More
You can stay in the ryokan for sure. Tattoos are to be aware in the public bath areas only. In order not to disturb other guests in the public bath, you can cover your tattos and normally they will not refuse you to enjoy... More
You can stay in the ryokan for sure. Tattoos are to be aware in the public bath areas only. In order not to disturb other guests in the public bath, you can cover your tattos and normally they will not refuse you to enjoy the public hot springs. This is how my daughter did with her tatoos (covered with large paper surgical tapes) and she has never been refused in any public baths in Japan. This ryokan also has private hot spring in some of the rooms with gorgeous views.
Hi there ....from Tokyo Shinjuku you need to take the JR line (covered by JR pass if applicable for you) to Otsuki and change to private line FUJISAN VIEW EXPRESS 5 (not covered by JR pass but minimal fee). The FUJISAN VIEW... More
Hi there ....from Tokyo Shinjuku you need to take the JR line (covered by JR pass if applicable for you) to Otsuki and change to private line FUJISAN VIEW EXPRESS 5 (not covered by JR pass but minimal fee). The FUJISAN VIEW EXPRESS 5 takes you directly to Kawaguchiko which is the final station where your train journey to Kozantai Ubuya hotel ends. If I remember correctly from my trip back in May; there are two type of trains ...express and local...we took the local train (stopping at many villages which we actually liked) wich took about 1 hour whereby the express takes about 40 minutes. Kawaguchiko is a very small Station and the hotel transfer vans/cars are easy to be found outside and you can gomtomthe Info tourism counter and they even call the hotel for you. However....!!!.....You must be careful about your arrival time at Kawaguchiko station as the hotel only provides certain pick time times which I do not remember. FYI we arrived outside their free shuttle time so we took a taxi at the station and it took only 10 minutes to get to the hotel and we paid little. The hotel is not far from the station but cannot walk. On our departure we used the free hotel shuttle.
Enjoy the nice views of Mount Fuji ...specially early morning! Wishing you a nice stay and cloud free days!
Ps: if you not yet easily familiar of the Japan train schedules you can use hyperdia com ....
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