Enjoy the fragrance of wild flowers swaying in the wind, look up at the majestic clouds moving in the sky, and relax in a leisurely and comfortable atmosphere.
Vivid and moving scenery...
The sunset can be seen from some of the rooms.
The beautifully red sky and the sunset reflected on the lake are breathtakingly vivid and moving.
We hope you will encounter this beautiful scenery to forget the hustle and bustle of daily life.
The lights of the inns near Ubagayasaki are also reflected on the lakeside, making it one of the most beautiful views!
The popular "Open-air bath guest room" consists of a 10-mat Japanese-style room plus a large green room.
The open-air bath in the room overlooks Lake Kawaguchi and offers the best view.
Western-style twin room" located on the top floor with a view of Lake Kawaguchi.
Please spend an extraordinary time in a relaxed atmosphere.
Located on the top floor, these "Japanese/Western Style Rooms" offer a view of Lake Kawaguchi.
These spacious rooms with twin beds and a Japanese-style room are especially popular with groups and families.
Please spend an extraordinary time in a relaxed atmosphere.
Japanese-style room with a view of Lake Kawaguchi.
Please spend an extraordinary moment in a relaxed atmosphere.
Barrier-free guest room" consists of a Japanese-style room and a twin room. These rooms are recommended for guests with disabilities and seniors. You can move from the entrance of the room to the bath, toilet, and bed without any steps.
Compared to other rooms, this room has a compact design with only a shower booth in the bathroom.
Recommended for those who want to stay at a reasonable price and stick to a budget!
The open-air bath overlooking Lake Kawaguchi offers a view of the Southern Alps glistening at sunset.
Women-only Hokka-no-yu "Fukujusou
Men-only Hokanoyu "Fujizakura
Open 16:00-23:30 / 6:00-9:30
A moderately sized natural hot spring rock bath with a rich natural flavor. Breathe in the fresh, clean air and relax in the warm hot spring water!
Located on the first floor, these large hot spring baths are equipped with a hitting spa, a walking bath, and an open-air garden bath. Please relax after a hard day's work.
Open from 15:00 to 24:30 / 5:30 to 9:30
You can spend a relaxing time without worrying about being seen.
Reservations are accepted from 15:00 on the day of your stay.
The last bath will be available until 21:00. Please note that the last bath will be open until 21:00.
The baths are available for 50 minutes for 3,300 yen (reservation required).
From this land of abundant water and sun, we offer a menu that makes the most of local ingredients, as well as local cuisine and fresh seafood.
The lakeside of Lake Kawaguchi is rich in nature.
Please spend an enjoyable meal with your family, loved ones, and close friends.
We can also prepare a variety of additional dishes that make the most of local ingredients.
Please feel free to inquire.
Please note that the menu is subject to change due to the use of seasonal ingredients. Please understand in advance.
This is a Japanese-style kaiseki set meal using seasonal ingredients.
Please enjoy local specialties, local cuisine, and fresh seafood.
Breakfast is one of the most enjoyable parts of your trip.
Enjoy the rest of your trip with breakfast at Koryu.
There are many sightseeing spots around Kawaguchiko where our hotel is located. We also have a model course around the hotel to help you plan your trip.
16 kinds of hot springs to enjoy! This is a day-trip bathing facility adjacent to Fuji Midori-no-Keikyu-Mura (Fuji Green Holiday Village). Fuji can be seen from the Goemon Bath and other baths, and is recommended for those who want to relax and heal from driving fatigue in the hot springs of Fujimi-no-Mizumi-no-Yu.
Fuji, is a one-day hot spring facility located near Lake Kawaguchi, Yamanashi, where you can see the magnificent Mt. Fuji is a "bicarbonate spring" that is expected to have 20 kinds of effects such as neuralgia, muscular pain, and joint pain, in addition to "skin beautifying effects".
This is a 100% pure, free-flowing hot spring. Although there is no open-air bath, it is a very effective hot spring. Please stop by with your family, friends, and those who seek the real thing.
Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park where the whole family can have fun together, from world-class scream machines such as "Fujiyama" and "Dodompa" to a kids' corner such as "Thomas Land" and the very popular anime "Evangelion Museum". Fuji is also popular.
A lineup of 230 famous dogs of 70 different breeds! You can take a walk with your favorite dog, You can play with dogs at "Rental Dog" and "Fureai House" at this popular spot. You can also enter the park with your dog.
This is a large theater with a capacity of 650 people operated by the Suo Sarumawashi Association. Why don't you come and watch the cute monkeys perform their famous acts up close and personal? You will be drawn into the performance and find yourself smiling! The cute monkeys will soothe your heart and make you feel warm and fuzzy.
A garden museum with a collection of historically valuable music boxes from medieval Europe, including Art Deco orchestrions, the museum also offers dinner amidst the magical twinkling lights that illuminate the garden's evening scene as dusk falls on the lakeside.
The Yamanashi Gem Museum is the only museum in Japan specializing in gemstones. The museum has 3,000 exhibits of 500 different types of gemstones. Visitors can learn how gemstones are polished to create sparkling gems by viewing rough stones, cut stones, and jewelry products at the same time.
Kawaguchiko Kinohana Museum of Art was built on the model of the Tasir Enit Museum in the town of Tasir, and is a museum where you can enjoy the mysterious world depicted by the artist Akiko Ikeda with all five senses. Please enjoy the world of another dimension woven by "Wachi-full-do" in this blessed natural setting.
The museum exhibits everything from Teruhisa Kitahara's collection of tin toys to nostalgic items from the past. The theme of the exhibition is "Things from Happy Days" and includes not only toys, but also almost all items from the Kitahara collection, from advertisements of the good old days to contemporary artists.
In addition to the pyramid-shaped main building that exhibits representative works of "Itchiku Tsujigahana," the museum has a collection gallery of dragonfly beads and Okinawan shells, and a relaxing cafe and teahouse. Visitors can also enjoy the garden and walking paths, which create natural beauty from season to season and look up at Mt.
Teddy bears selected from the collection of over 10,000 teddy bears by teddy bear collector Yasuhiro Sideze are displayed in the museum. The museum is attractive for its deep historical background of teddy bears and the particulars of artist bears.
Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi, the largest mountain in Japan, is located in front of the observatory. The heart-shaped "Kachikachiyama Tenjo no Kane (Bell of Mt. Kachikachiyama)," which stands facing Mt. It is also said to be the setting of the folk tale "Kachikachiyama.
The purely Japanese-style pleasure boat "Appare" was inspired by the Ataka boats of the Kai-Takeda navy in the Warring States period (1467-1568). Enjoy the seasonal scenery of Lake Kawaguchi, the second largest of the Fuji Five Lakes after Lake Yamanaka, on a sightseeing boat.
Kawaguchiko Craft Park is a hands-on workshop where you can leave behind the memories of your trip in the form of a tangible object. There are many hands-on activities such as "glass beads," "sandblasting," "gel candles," "painting," "stained glass," "bottle art," "buckwheat noodle making," and "silver accessories.
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Kawaguchiko St. ⇒ Hotel Koryu
A free shuttle bus is available from Kawaguchiko Station to the hotel.
Available time is until 15:00-19:00. Until 17:00, if you ask the staff at the tourist information center at Kawaguchiko Station, they will contact the hotel.
After 17:00, please call the hotel directly.
There is a bus stop (No. 10) for hotel/ryokan shuttles right next to the tourist information center at Kawaguchiko Station, so please wait there.
We are very sorry, but you cannot use it before 15:00. If you come to the hotel before 15:00, please use a local bus (the bus stop for the local bus is in front of the hotel) or a taxi.
Hotel Koryu ⇒ Kawaguchiko St.
After check-out, the free shuttle bus from the hotel to Kawaguchiko Station departs at the following times.
Customers using Shinjuku Station (Chuo Main Line)
Customers using Shin-Osaka Station
Customers using the Chuo Expressway from Shinjuku
Customers using the Tomei Expressway from Tokyo
Customers using the Meishin Expressway from Osaka