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9-1-18 Kamiyoshida, Fujiyoshida 403-0032 Yamanashi Prefecture
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#2 of 17 hotels in Fujiyoshida

See why so many travelers make Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen their onsen ryokan of choice when visiting Fujiyoshida. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.

Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Oshi Residence (Former Togawa Residence) (1.3 mi) and Kanadorii (1.4 mi), guests of Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen can easily experience some of Fujiyoshida's most well known attractions.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen offers guests free internet access.

The onsen ryokan features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a coffee shop. Plus, Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen offers a hot tub and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

While in Fujiyoshida be sure to experience local okonomiyaki & takoyaki favorites at Teppanyaki Yuza, Okonomiyaki Mizuho, or Umaimonoya Hide.

Should time allow, Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Jinja Shrine, Arayayama Shrine, and Fujisan Museum are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.

At Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Fujiyoshida.

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HKFooey wrote a review Nov 2022
Hong Kong, China64 contributions85 helpful votes
This is my second time here and it was again a great experience. What's great about it? The first is the setting. It is very close to Mount Fuji so you've an amazing view of Fujisan from your room, Bordering on what appears to be a forest, the gardens are immaculately maintained and the fall leaves were on show when we arrived. Their are areas for you to sit and have tea or a snack or just a peaceful sit. The second is the experience. They give you some vouchers to have a tea ceremony (it's actually just a snack and a tea now in their tea room by the river - yes, there's a river running through the property). Do walk around the gardens, it's beautiful and calming. There's an outdoor foot spa for you to dip your feet in to add to your enjoyment in the gardens. When you get to your room, you are then given your clothes during your stay; essentially a kimono. This is what you wear whilst at the hotel. We booked a kaiseki with our room and this was a 10 course meal with some exquisite dishes. We had a large variety of regional dishes which were expertly crafted and served on our own private room by a lovely lady. Her English wasn't so good so we conversed in Mandarin!! Finally, we watched a drum show which was very well done by a group of older and young men. They were friendly engaging and expert at their craft. Third are the onsen. This is where the place excels. The public baths are very nicely done. It's clean, there's a women's area and a men's area and each has an indoor and outdoor section. The showers are well equipped with gels and shampoos and you have your own locker to put your valuables. But the stat of the show is on the 10th floor! They have a rooftop onsen overlooking Fuji mountain. It is spectacular. First time I came, it was snowing when I went up in the morning. There was no-one there. This time I went and unfortunately, Fuji had started to cloud over in the afternoon (they switch between men and women attending morning or afternoon every month). Best time is normally morning when it is clear but this time, the morning was overcast and my partner couldn't see anything. But it's wonderful when you do have that view lying in the hot onsen! Finally, the rooms are very nice. Our room last time had a private outdoor onsen. This time, no private onsen but very nice still. 800 sq ft and two rooms we never used but it's spacious and comfortable. They turned all the heating on in November fearing it was cold but we turned it all off as it was just too warm. The one downside is a strict 3pm check in and 10am check out time. If you are coming by the Fuji Excursion train from Tokyo, then you will arrive in the area very early and leave the area quite a long time after you've checked out. Despite this annoyance, I would come back again. It's old school charm with excellent staff. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Journey706434 wrote a review Oct 2020
Yokohama, Japan80 contributions3 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed here for one night at the beginning of October 2020. Check-in time was at 2pm, and the staff members were very efficient and polite, dressed in lovely “yukata”. The room had a nice layout, with two double beds and a television, a separate sitting area with another television and mini-bar area, and a large sofa-bench/bed area by window from which one could view a very large Mt Fuji. There was an indoor bathroom area and a separate shower room that lead to an outdoor hot-bath which was not too hot. I did not even have to add any cold water to it. There was a rooftop hot bath (for women only) and nice larger hot-spring baths on different floors. Other smaller family-baths could be reserved. Note that the towels in the rooms do not have to be taken to these baths since supplies are located there. Pictures may not be taken in any of the baths. The room had guest “yukata” and haori(warm vests) and also another type of top/slacks set which may be worn throughout the hotel. (Note that you might ask in advance about the size ranges of these items). “Tabi” socks were provided for free in our room, and free, packaged small bath towels and amenities were provided for each of us. Two free bottles of water were provided, but items stored in the mini-bar refrigerator need to be paid for upon checkout (as explained by the room attendant upon checking in). There was a nice free selection of tea and coffee in the room, with a nice cup of Japanese tea and a complimentary piece of nutty chocolate upon while being oriented to the room and the layout of the hotel. The level of our room included a free “Taiko” show in the evening (2 shows each night), with ours starting at 8:45pm(the second one). Guests may choose either Japanese or western-style meals. We chose Japanese for both sittings but preferred the quality of the breakast meal, which was very tasty.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Sylliana wrote a review Jul 2020
Belgium171 contributions51 helpful votes
We stayed her for 2 nights at this hotel to enjoy Fuji and lake Kawaguchi. We saved up and stayed at budget hotels during our road trip through Japan so we could get a better room with a private bath (i have a tattoo) with a view of Fuji. - Location: The best way to acces the hotel is to go to Mt.Fuji station and take their shuttle bus. Tip: You can also take a train form Mt.Fuji station to Kawaguchiko station to visit the lake. - service: from the moment you check in to the moment you leave this hotel the staff greets you and says goodbye with a smile. They don't just show you to your room, they give you a full explanation of the hotel and amenities (also in English). - Room with private bath: our room was worth every penny in my opinion. It was expensive for our standards, but normal for such luxury. We had a good view of Fuji from our bath and room. Is is very spacious and comfortable. - Breakfast and dinner: both meals were good, but dinner was more of an experience. We had dinner two times, once in a separate room with multiple course menus with Japanese specialities. - Bar: the hotel bar was one of the best i have seen so far (i tend to always check out the bars at hotels). There was a professional piano player and good cocktails with a view of the beautiful hotel garden at night. - Garden: You must take some time to walk around their exquisite garden with a foot bath, night lights, river and tea house (with a special free tea ceremony for all guests) Overall amazing hotel that i cannot stop to talk about. I will cherish the moments and experiences i had at this hotel for years!!! I miss it already.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Robert M wrote a review Nov 2019
Hilo, Hawaii20 contributions34 helpful votes
Although it rained and we were not able to view Mt. Fuji, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Hotel Kaneyama. We stayed in the mountain view modern Japanese room with open-air bath for 1 night. The room was very large with 2 beds. The furnishings are modern with 2 televisions, the bigger one in the living room area and a smaller one in the bedroom area. The room had a fresh, cedar smell. There are 3 onsens on the property plus the open air bath in the room. The picture that advertise this hotel was taken from the open air onsen on the top floor. There are 2 other bathes on the first floor. It was very relaxing soaking in the onsen. We enjoyed the view of the Japanese Garden while sipping green tea in the Tea Room. The gardens surrounding the hotel were beautiful. The Kaiseki dinner was amazing. Each dish was served individually and the taste and quality was superb. There is a nightly taiko drum performance at 8:30 pm and Bingo is played immediately after the performance. The quality of this hotel is perpetuated by the hotel staff. They are friendly and helpful and they try their best to make you feel special. Although this hotel was a bit pricey, we want to come back again to enjoy the comforts of the hotel and see the spectacular Mt. Fuji.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Larry R wrote a review Nov 2019
Delray Beach, United States14 contributions24 helpful votes
I brought a group of 20 here and we lucked out in terms of Mt. Fuji visibility. Three days of clear views. Nothing prepared us, though, for the view from the rooftop bath. Nothing but Fuji-san right in our faces. No obstructions and no distractions. I think we would have put up with lower quality rooms and meals in trade for that view, but the standard rooms were as nice as can be while a few who upgraded their rooms enjoyed really spectacular accommodations with their own private baths. As a group, we ate together in a large, private room. Food and service were both excellent. Not only would I bring another group to Kaneyamaen, but I am planning to do so next fall.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Luke wrote a review Nov 2019
Bath, United Kingdom129 contributions78 helpful votes
A group of us (5 friends) stayed here 2 weeks ago in one of the premium rooms. The entire experience from arrival was amazing. The service is beyond attentive throughout the hotel. The onsens are well maintained and a pleasure to bathe in, and indeed the rooftop onsen for a Fuji sunrise is a one in a lifetime experience. We had a meal in the room which was served over several courses by a dedicated attendant. The meal was a perfect dive in to Japanese cuisine and even ingredients I wouldn't normally choose were perfectly crafted in an highly appetising way. We found the gardens in the evening and they are not to be missed. They are not only huge, but so well maintained and beautiful. There's an entire church on-site for those considering something more. The drum show was cute, definitely interesting but not necessarily a must see. Finally as you would expect from a hotel of this caliber, the room was spacious, clean, with comfortable beds, a powerful shower and private deck area with dedicated onsen. Would absolutely recommend as a must for anyone in the area capable of dropping a little cash for a truly epic ryokan stay.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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garryandr0byn wrote a review Oct 2019
Yungaburra, Australia96 contributions47 helpful votes
Our Japanese friends arranged our accommodation at this great hotel. The rooms were large and very, very clean. It was central and overall a really good experience. The staff were friendly and the food was wonderful.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Maria G wrote a review Sep 2019
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Based on the price and other reviews, we expected luxury. With the basic Japanese room, we got the worst meal in our 3 week trip in japan, cafeteria style breakfast (both meals served in a basement that has prison like walls, for mass production) and a dated room (no onsen) that had a funky smell. The food was brought out cold (warm dishes), over salted and in my case, due to a food allergy, 2 courses were completely omitted. Service is great, the garden is lovely, and the drum show was fun, but if you are considering the cheaper room, don’t bother.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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TimBNY wrote a review Sep 2019
New York City, New York30 contributions22 helpful votes
We stayed one day/night here and enjoyed a traditional Ryokan experience. They have beautiful gardens and a tea house along with many onsen's. The Onsen on the roof with a view of Fuji is spectacular. The dinner and breakfast were great. Our room had a private Onsen which worked great. Overall a very peaceful experience and just what we were looking for. It's large but still feels intimate and personal.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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The B wrote a review Aug 2019
Toronto, Canada25 contributions11 helpful votes
We stayed in the hotel in August 2019 and enjoyed our stay very much. From pickup from the train station (requested by phone at arrival) to the reception at the hotel and quick introduction by the extremely nice (English speaking) staff we immediately felt welcome. Traditional tea and house clothes (Yukata) are included (though they tend to be small for taller men :-) ) The private onsen on the balcony with view Mt Fuji was worth the upgrade, especially as tattoos are not allowed in the public onsen. Dinner Kaiseki style was served in a private dining room in the public dining area (included in our package) and exceptional as well. Breakfast served buffet style including wide choice of Japanese and Western items. The property also includes an impressive garden were Tea ceremonies can be attended, unfortunately we did not try it.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen
Which popular attractions are close to Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Nearby attractions include Sato Farm (0.7 miles) and Sun Park Fuji (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a spa.
Which room amenities are available at Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Conveniently located restaurants include Antique Tea Salon Rian, Starbucks Coffee Fuji Yoshida, and Safaiya.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Yes, guests have access to an outdoor pool and a sauna during their stay.
Does Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Oshino Hakkai Sengen Shrine (1.2 miles), Fuji Asoyama Daijingu (1.5 miles), and Oshi Residence (Former Togawa Residence) (1.3 miles).
Does Fujisan Onsen Hotel Kaneyamaen have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.