Fuji Lake Hotel
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Fuji Lake Hotel

1 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun 401-0301 Yamanashi Prefecture
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スタンダード Deluxe Room With Private Bath Fuji View
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#6 of 25 onsens in Fujikawaguchiko-machi
4.6 of 5 bubbles
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Located on the clear shores of Lake Kawaguchiko at the foot of Mt. Fuji, we are a people-friendly hotel with a rich heritage dating back to 1930's called the Fuji Lake Hotel. The surrounding scenery changes with the seasons providing four beautiful and distinct backdrops for you to enjoy. The main bathhouse is equipped with a sauna and jacuzzi, and you can soak to your heart's content in our natural hot springs sourced from 1500m beneath majestic Mt. Fuji. View Mt. Fuji over the lake with your breakfast from our restaurant which serves both Japanese and Western dishes in a buffet-style. We also have a free observation deck, and paid private hot spring bathroom with a view of Mt. Fuji which is available upon reservation. We'll be looking forward to your visit.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Bar / lounge
Books, DVDs, music for children
Highchairs available
Free shuttle or taxi services
Spa
Wifi
Breakfast buffet
Pushchairs
Shuttle bus service
Massage
Salon
Baggage storage
Concierge
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shops
Umbrella
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Self-serve laundry
Room features
Air conditioning
Safe
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Refrigerator
Electric kettle
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Family
Classic
Languages Spoken
English

Location

1 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun 401-0301 Yamanashi Prefecture
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Good for walkers
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Grade: 88 out of 100
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nomad88 wrote a review Dec 2022
Singapore, Singapore88 contributions67 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We decided and booked our Tokyo travel a week before flying so we didn’t have the luxury of choices. Fuji Lake Hotel had a room available so we went for it. We spent 3 nights there.
The hotel looks dated and we read its history as being one of the earliest built at Lake Kawaguchiko. Our room was spacious and faced the lake. After spending three days there we didn’t feel like we missed Mt Fuji view as we saw it throughout the day. I recommend going to the dining room early and get the counter seats facing Fuji San. The view of the lake is also great as the dining room is on 7th Fl and has panoramic window view. We walked around the lake and took in the view from various perspectives. There are many hotels all around the lake and we reckon that the hotels located across Fuji Lake hotel would offer a much more picturesque view of Mt Fuji, though a bit distant. Imagine a view with the lake in foreground and Mt Fuji in background. While our hotel has a closer view the buildings in the foreground somewhat spoiled the overall view. Well one can’t have everything!
We enjoyed our stay and will revisit Kawaguchiko but will choose a different hotel for a change. In terms of location Fuji Lake has little to offer compared to the Momiji Corridor area where there are more touristy attractions and restaurants. The nice part of Fuji Lake is the hotel is built right on the lake unlike others which are separated from the lake by the main road.
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Arnab B wrote a review July 2023
Sunnyvale, California151 contributions60 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I see some reviews mentioning rude staff but we did not encounter any of that. The staff we did encounter were very pleasant and professional. They sent the shuttle to the station for our luggage because we wanted to have lunch and then go on a tour immediately. When we finally came to the hotel our bags had been moved to our room. The room as well as the public areas were very clean and tidy. Room was spacious enough for our family. Breakfast and dinner buffets were quite good as well. I at least had no problems finding things to eat.

My wife used the public ladies bath and my sons booked the private bath for themselves. All good from what I heard (I did not use any of the baths). There's a nice bit of walk along the lake shore and places to sit close to the water. Lake view from our room was excellent.

Beds nice and firm, pillows a little too soft though. The bathroom could do with a bit more ventilation.

This place is fairly expensive but I feel we got good value for our money. I would go back for another stay.
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Date of stay: June 2023
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Squishyyy wrote a review Jan 2024
New Jersey169 contributions73 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We’ve been to Tokyo a few times, but never been to Kawaguchiko lake, so just pick one close to the lake and acceptable price. Lucky us, turned out to be firework weekend, wonderful location for watching fireworks, walking distance to ropeway. One side of the hotel face lake view and the other side see mt Fuji. Has hot bath, good buffet dinner and breakfast. Highly recommend the croissant at the breakfast buffet. The hotel and facilities are old but were kept in good shape. We had a wonderful Japanese hot bath day trip!
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Date of stay: January 2024
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Freedom36493707592 wrote a review Jan 2023
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Caution: Do not book this hotel with agoda
I had terrible experience with agoda for this hotel. I travelled with my wife and two kids at the age of 3 and 5 and the booking price included breakfast and dinner. However, it turned out the price was mistakenly charged for the price of four audits with breakfast and dinner. I have asked for a reasonable refund for their mistake but the reply was ridiculous and frustrating. Bad company!

注意:不要用agoda訂這家酒店
我在這家酒店的 agoda 上有過糟糕的經歷。 我和我的妻子以及兩個 3 歲和 5 歲的孩子一起旅行,預訂價格包括早餐和晚餐。 然而,原來這個價格被誤收為含早餐和晚餐的四位大人的價格。 我已經為他們的錯誤要求合理的退款,但答復是荒謬和令人沮喪的。 糟糕的公司!
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Date of stay: January 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Susan B wrote a review Mar 2017
Brisbane, Australia20 contributions29 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Extremely inflexible - our bags are taken to the room an hour early but we have to wait for official check in time! Lol
Room is lovely but old and much bigger than Shinjuku Washington hotel in Tokyo
Guess what? It is raining outside and we went to the restaurant upstairs it is nearly empty and they turned us away because we did not make a reservation even though we are staying in the hotel - this is the most absurd policy! Such inflexible and not customer focus hotel!
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kellyn C wrote a review July 2015
1 contribution8 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
stayed for 1 nite at the hotel n our plans included both breakfast n dinner. Called hotel to inform them to keep dinner for us as we will be late getting to hotel. After 3 rounds of passing the phone,they ask us to get our own dinner n will deduct the cost of dinner fr our bills. To our suprise at check out the dinner cost wasnt deducted. To make the matter worst the lady who serve us not only refuse to listen despite the tour agent,JTB explaining our situation to her in japanese (her command of english was already bad but the lack of listening skills is the killer) but gave us a unhappy face throughout the conversation. This is one of the worst customer service i hv ever received in japan for the price of 400 a nite(better service at hotel at half the price)n i will never want to repeat the experience.
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Poncho1973 wrote a review July 2015
Orlando, Florida167 contributions88 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
My review of this hotel is going to be one of the strangest ones I've ever written. If you have read the long list of reviews here, you might have an idea as to why. Most hotels are pretty straightforward in their good/bad points. A hotel is usually a simple 1-dot to 5-dot hotel. This hotel does not qualify for that. If you started at 3-dot for average, you would have to deduct about a dozen dots for certain things and add a bit more than a dozen for other things. I'll just try to lay a few things out there, add a BUT reason, and let the reader decide what they want to do with that info.

The most important fact is that we'd actually stay here again without reserve, should we ever get back to Mt. Fuji. It was good enough when you weighed everything in the balances for that.

This hotel is sooooooo far off the beaten track BUT that's where Mt. Fuji is and they didn't build the mountain for the hotel, they built the hotel for the mountain.

A shuttle driver picked us up at the Kawaguchiko train station and drove us to the hotel. A wonderful bellman (my wife called him the cutest thing ever) brought our bags inside and a nice woman directed us to the check-in desk. All three of these folks were wonderful and as nice as you can get, BUT they were also very elderly and we were concerned when they took our bags. We only had 2 medium bags, but I didn't feel right making them handle them. They did an excellent job, but I felt bad. They warmly smiled at us and waved us in to the see the front desk.

This is hotel is very old. There is a very fine line between charming/antique and dated/shabby. This hotel is getting pretty close to that line, BUT still on the charming/antique side of the line.

Most of the other guests were very old when we stayed there, BUT this was nice because it was very quiet and everyone was very respectful at breakfast and in the hallways.

A much younger girl escorted us directly to our room and showed us around. We had a lake-view room with a private onsen. The room was dark, Spartan, had random switches that had very little rhyme/reason to turn items on and off, the sliding room door & its lock were tricky and had an old-school key on a huge keychain, BUT it was a massive room, had comfortable beds, had a very nice bathroom, had a gorgeous balcony with a wonderful view and the private onsen was amazing. There was also a low dining table (nearly on the floor) in the room.

The shower was technically outdoors, as it was on the outside of the sliding glass door on the enclosed deck with the private onsen. This might make a difference to someone. You can close the shutters or open them and give a shower peepshow to everyone on the lake. I wouldn't be concerned with the temperature, as the onsen keeps that deck a pretty steady 38C/100F and you shouldn't get cold.

***Apparently, not every room is set up the same, as I saw photos here that don't exactly look like our room looked.***

Remember that in Japan, showers are for cleaning and baths are for relaxing. Don't bathe in the onsen. Take a shower and then get in. You could adjust the onsen a few degrees C in either direction and there was a cold water tap on it, as well. This was our favorite part of the entire hotel stay. We got our money's worth here and would recommend this hotel for this alone.

They provided yukata robes (like a kimono, but cotton and more daily wear) BUT my XL was short enough to be a miniskirt. Most of the guests seem to be much shorter than I am. I had to go to the desk and get a XXXL for it finally to be long enough and then it wrapped around me almost twice. My wife is a very thin 5'5" woman and wore a L. They provided slippers (NO WEARING SHOES IN THE ROOM!!) and they were about a size 7 in men's. My wife was fine with them, but my size 13US feet simply wouldn't fit. I had brought my own flip-flops, so I was fine.

The hotel has a public onsen, as well. They split them into men/women sides and it alternates during the day. Pay attention to the signage if you use them as they color code which side is currently for women and which is currently for men. You must leave your slippers (or in my case: flip-flops) outside. They have excellent toiletries and very typical facilities inside.

It's very un-American style to bathe with other people, but it was an interesting experience. You shower right there in the middle of the room with a tiny stool to sit on, a mirror, a flexible shower hose, and a bowl to pour water over your head. Everyone in the room can see if you clean yourself well enough to enter the bath. When I was in there, it was a dozen really old Japanese guys sitting around in their birthday suits with washcloths on their heads. We only visited the public onsen once and used our private onsen the rest of the time. It was unique to do once, though.

Breakfast was ok. They had a reasonable selection and it was conveniently located in the hotel BUT the view of Mt. Fuji was awesome, awesome, awesome. If you get a mountain-view room, this is what you'd see from your room.

OVERALL, I'm going to put this hotel as more pro than con. If you are the type that wants to be pampered, wants nothing but the latest in room amenities, and thinks a good hotel is a fancy, shiny, & new hotel... this isn't for you. If you like a little aged charm, don't really care about much more than a clean/simple room, and love the atmosphere and views more than the glam... this is the place you want.
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Date of stay: May 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from fujilakehotel2, Reservation staff at Fuji Lake Hotel
Responded 15 Aug 2015
Thank you so much for staying with us. Our hotel has been established for almost 83 years. We look forword to seeing you again. Thank you.
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Tony wrote a review Mar 2012
Singapore, Singapore31 contributions60 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Fuji Lake Hotel for 2 nights in Oct 2011. It was the end leg of our 7-day trip to Tokyo and we were really looking forward to a quiet retreat - a different kind of fun from cosmopolitan Shinjuku, Shibuya and the like.

Before we made our decision on which Mt Fuji lake resort to visit, one of my Japanese friends had advised me to go Hakone instead of Kawaguchiko. Her reason was that Hakone would be a bit more 'touristy' whereas the latter would be more suited for the local Japanese tourist.

She was right! Kawaguchiko was a quaint little town which sees many more domestic travellers than international tourists. It was quite easy to realise this once we reached the bus terminal. But this suited my wife and I totally fine as we really felt more immersed into the culture. For instance, there were minimal English signs and the lack of other fellow non-Japanese throughout our stay somehow allowed us to soak in the sights and sounds a little deeper.

We had a traditional kind of tatami room at the ryokan. The view of Mt Fuji was indeed breathtaking; enough to keep us in awe as we spent many moments just staring at it ;drinking grape wine bought from our day excursions. The view of Mt Fuji again at the outdoor onsen made every cent well worth it.

There were no major tourist 'traps' in the vicininty. The 2nd day morning, we took the local bus to one end and trekked back about 10km back to our hotel. On the way, we stopped by wonderful pastry joint, cafe and wine shop to sample the local fare. It was one of the nicest walk we ever had. The only thing 'touristy' perhaps were the 'cycle-boats' which allow visitors to 'paddle' round the lake.

For both nights after our evening onsen, we would enjoy the sumptuous dinner the hotel ktichen had prepared. The freshness of the food was unbeatable; the variety, awesome.

All this does not come cheap of course but I would conclude overall it's value for money. Actually, 5 months since our visit, I have forgotten the initial 'pinch' I felt when booking this expensive hotel. But what has been etched in my memory till today are: the great view of Mt fuji, soul-invigorating outdoor onsen, the breathtaking walk around Lake Kawaguchi and the sumptuous dinner awaiting us every night.
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Date of stay: October 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Aeroboffin wrote a review June 2018
Nagoya, Japan157 contributions96 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We arrived by car and had a great greeting by the staff, they removed our luggage from the car and showed us where to park the car. Those were the highlights of the trip!! Our room was in the annex, which from the outside had the appearance of a Soviet mental institution (minus the bars on the windows). I had paid U$391 for a twin room, one night with a Mount Fuji view including breakfast. So I was expecting something reasonable. We were shown to our room. If we could have left at that point and not lost the $391 we would have done so. I had to apologize to my wife for the room. The carpet was dirty, the walls had not been re-decorated in years and the bathroom would have been a disgrace in the 1970's. The room was on the 7th (top) floor, but Mt. Fuji was almost completely obscured by the trees on a neighboring property. However there was a great view of the tour buses in the parking lot.

Breakfast was from 7am to 9am with last entry at 8:30. As the people on the bus tours had beaten us to the breakfast room, the selection of remaining food was poor. However the view over the lake from the breakfast room was pleasant.

Check out was 10am. Although we checked out around 9am, the check-out clerk checked her watch as I handed her the room keys.

The hotel is in a beautiful location. Being a tourist area, most of the restaurants in the area close at 5pm (yes, really). However we did find a pizzeria 5 minutes walk from the hotel which was good, with many foreign beers. We did not eat dinner in the hotel.

It was a very disappointing and 'never again' experience for us.
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Date of stay: May 2018
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The view of Mt. Fuji was nearly obscured by trees. A room facing the lake may be better.
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summer8911 wrote a review Apr 2018
Singapore65 contributions63 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed for 2 nights. Good service but the hotel and room has aged. If you Tr coming from station/bus terminal go to the tourist information and they will give the hotel a call for the pick up. If you are heading out before noon there is free shuttle every 30 mins subsequently every 60mins. When returning back to.hotel do go to the tourist information and get them to call the hotel for pick up. I didn't try the hot spring but my husband said it is quite good except there are some people who doesn't bath before going in for a dip.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from 821deepab
Singapore, Singapore101 contributions2 helpful votes
Child can stay for free
Answer from Lina Jasin
Jakarta, Indonesia2,272 contributions275 helpful votes
We got free of charge to onsen at public areas at basement For private one you will be charged
YelloJelloSingapore asked a question Feb 2017
Singapore, Singapore5 contributions2 helpful votes
Hi, I'd be grateful if someone could provide email address of Fuji Lake Hotel. Thanks.
Answer from Lina Jasin
Jakarta, Indonesia2,272 contributions275 helpful votes
sorry we didn't communicate with them via email. best thing is to open Web site and click contact you can email them by contac email they provide hope this helps
Answer from 2CDWorld44
Singapore, Singapore66 contributions59 helpful votes
Yes there are elevators
victorkwaterford wrote a tip Dec 2019
Nong Khai, Thailand27 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Suites on the end of the hotel have outstanding views!"
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Erin C wrote a tip July 2018
Columbus, Ohio50 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Private onsen was fantastic."
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Aeroboffin wrote a tip June 2018
Nagoya, Japan157 contributions96 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"The view of Mt. Fuji was nearly obscured by trees. A room facing the lake may be better."
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TerryfromToledo wrote a tip Nov 2017
Laguna Beach, California392 contributions193 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a room on the Mt. Fuji side. The other side is the lake which is good but you see those all the time."
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glen v wrote a tip Aug 2017
Calgary, Canada10 contributions10 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"don't get the accessible rooms unless it's your only choice"
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PRICE RANGE
AU$299 - AU$495 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
fuji lake onsen hotel
LOCATION
JapanChubuKoshinetsuYamanashi PrefectureMinamitsuru-gunFujikawaguchiko-machiKawaguchiko Onsen
NUMBER OF ROOMS
74
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fuji Lake Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Fuji Lake Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Yamanashi Gem Museum (0.4 km), Oar Blue (0.2 km), and Lake Kawaguchi Arakuranuki History Museum (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Fuji Lake Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and a spa.
Which room amenities are available at Fuji Lake Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Fuji Lake Hotel?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Fuji Lake Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Fuji Lake Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pizzeria Onda, Kawaguchiko Cheese Cake Garden, and Fujiyama Cookie.
Are there any historical sites close to Fuji Lake Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Oshino Hakkai Sengen Shrine (7.6 km), Fuji Asoyama Daijingu (6.7 km), and Oshi Residence (Former Togawa Residence) (3.8 km).
Does Fuji Lake Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Fuji Lake Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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