Shuhokaku Kogetsu is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Fujikawaguchiko-machi, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Fujikawaguchiko-machi's most popular landmarks, such as Kawaguchiko Museum of Art (0.6 mi) and Lake Kawaguchi Ohashi Bridge (1.2 mi), Shuhokaku Kogetsu is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Shuhokaku Kogetsu offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free internet access.
Room service, a concierge, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this onsen hotel. A hot tub and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Shuhokaku Kogetsu, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Indian restaurants, including Alladin Indo Restaurant, Indian Ryori Ganges Gawa Fujiyoshida, and Mt.Fuji LAVA CAFE, all of which are a short distance from Shuhokaku Kogetsu.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular art museums, such as Kawaguchiko Music Forest Museum, Itchiku Kubota Art Museum, and Kawaguchiko Muse Museum.
Enjoy your stay in Fujikawaguchiko-machi!
What I love the most about this hotel was the rooms. The rooms was like traditional Japanese houses. The room was huge and had a beautiful view of Mt.Fuji. They even gave a Yukata for kids and adults. I was surprised there was an Onsen in this hotel. The staff in the check~in center will give you a rule~set about how to use the Onsen. there was a indoor Onsen and a outdoor Onsen which even had a wonderful view of Mt. Fuji. they served us free beer and ice water near the Onsen. The Kaiseki dinner was beyond our expectation. The presentation of the food was wonderful. They even asked questions if we had allergies and if we could eat raw meat. The staff that took care of us was really nice and spoke English fluently. The food was also very good. We also tried the breakfast there. I loved the Japanese menu especially the omelet. Overall this was my favorite stay in our 2~week trip.…
It breaks my heart not to give this hotel full 5 stars as I was really looking forward to staying here after the wonderful reviews. The staff was great, super nice and spoke English, I enjoyed the kaiseki dinner set up, and of course, the magical Mt. Fuji view was breathtaking, but there was aspects of the stay that I found lacking. First, the lack of fresh towels in the public bathing area. There was a note in our room that said that there won’t be fresh towels starting at a certain hour in the evening, either 8:00 or 9:00 PM. That was fine, we brought our own from the room. However, the next morning when the public baths opened again at 5:00 AM, I was there at 6 am and there were no towels at all. I had not brought any with me, thinking they would restock the towels in the morning. For something this basic, like towels, I’m not sure why this can’t be accomplished. Also I can’t fault the hotel from the behavior of other guests, but towards the evening there were families in the public bath area, little boys and girls running and screaming in the Women’s bath house, treating it like a public pool. It ruined the tranquil atmosphere of the onsen, but there were no other hotel staff or workers around at all. I had to leave after 10 minutes, which was disappointing. This hotel is very popular with visitors and for having the most perfect view of Mt. Fuji, but some facilities are very dated and lacking in areas.…
My wife and daughter enjoyed our stay at this hotel for one night. Check in was fast and simple. The entire staff of the hotel were all kind and helpful. After being oriented with the hotel facilities which includes an onsen. We were then escorted to our room, to my knowledge is a traditional “ryokan”. Each guest is then given a kimono to wear together with socks and slippers adding some color to the overall experience and great for photo taking. This is of course optional for hotel guests. For those who are not comfortable sleeping on the floor, mattresses and blankets are available in each room. In fact they will set up the bed for you while you are having dinner. The bathroom was nice, the shower and heater were all working perfectly. Dinner was simply spectacular. It was an authentic 9 course menu kaiseki ryori which included plenty of fresh seafood. I had to say that we were all blown away by the entire meal. Breakfast buffet was also excellent as they served numerous authentic japanese dishes and also tempura. The taste of the food was unique and we were all very satisfied. In my opinion the best part of the hotel room is its balcony which overlooks lake kawaguchi and the ever elusive mount fuji in all of its glory. Imagine waking up to the sunrise with the view of mount fuji. Outside of the breakfast area or common dining area is another area for taking photos of mount fuji. Further down the stairs is already the edge of lake kawaguchi. For those who do not have time to drive around the lake to get a good shot of mount fuji, this area outside of the restaurant is guaranteed to give you an unobstructed view of mount fuji barring any weather problem of course. Although our stay at this hotel was brief, we enjoyed it very much, in fact it was both a memorable and pleasant one. Wish we could have stayed longer and would definitely recommend this hotel.…
We had the best experience at this ryokan. Nice place, nice staffs, nice view, and very nice keiseki set for dinner in room. A nice girl who took care of us is so cute! She served many kind of food and all menu is very very delicious. We enjoyed our dinner so much. I love to visit Fuji-san and stay at Shuhoukaku Kogetsu again.
We googled randomly for this place and decided to give it a try, hoping that everything would turn out fine. Which, obviously it did! We did not manage to catch fuji-san on the day of arrival due to cloudy weather. But to compensate the “loss”, we had a really good dinner served at the convenience in our room. We were so full and the lady who served were really friendly and hospitable too. The next day, we woke up with the magnificent view of fuji-san smiling at us. We quickly went down to take a pic with him before he’s gone - covered by the cloud, I mean. Breakfast was a bit disappointing but then it’s ok. Overall, we had a good stay and would definitely be back.