Fuyo no Yado, a resort log house in Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture, Kanto-Koshin, opened in June 2018 at the foot of Mt. Fuji.This private log house is built in a prime location overlooking Mt. Fuji, and is made with plenty of Japanese cedar that gives you the warmth of gentle wood.Please spend a relaxing time in a private Japanese space.

Recommended pointsPoint

    • A total of 15 log houses with views of Mt. Fuji

      Fuyo no Yado, a resort log house in Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture, opened at the foot of Mt. Fuji in June 2018.Built in a prime location overlooking Mt. Fuji, all 6 private log houses are separated into one building, and are made with plenty of domestic cedar that gives you the warmth of gentle wood.

    • Fuji cypress barrel bath

      All guest buildings are equipped with barrel baths made by skilled craftsmen using Fuji Hinoki grown on Mt. Fuji.Fuji Hinoki is characterized by its lustrous color and fragrance.Please enjoy the bath with Mt. Fuji spring water.

    • Glamping BBQ

      You can enjoy BBQ on the covered terrace. We also rent BBQ equipment and sell ingredients. You can also bring your own BBQ grill. (Gas type/electric type only)

    • Large communal bath / open-air bath

      Guests staying at "Fuyou no Yado" can access the adjacent hot spring facility "Mt. Fuji lava hot spring waterYou can use it for free as many times as you like during your stay.

Room typeRoom Type

  • 5 person type

      • 5 person type
      • 5 person type
      • 5 person type
      • 5 person type
      • 5 person type
    • This room type can accommodate up to 2 people in a Western-style room with two Simmons semi-double beds and a loft bedroom on the second floor.This is a detached Japanese cedar log house with a barrel bath made from Japanese cypress.
Number of buildingBreadthNumber of usersAccommodation fee (tax included)
7Approximately 85m2Capacity: 5 name[Up to 4 people] 24,000 yen ~ (Room without meals / per building / 1 people occupying 4 room)
[1 additional person] 5,000 yen
[Children] For children over 4 years old, both the number of people and the price are the same as one adult. Children under 1 years old are free of charge and 3 people are counted.*Prices may vary depending on the season
  • [Dogs allowed] 5 people type

      • [Dogs allowed] 5 people type
      • [Dogs allowed] 5 people type
      • [Dogs allowed] 5 people type
      • [Dogs allowed] 5 people type
      • [Dogs allowed] 5 people type
    • This room type can accommodate up to 2 people with their beloved dog in a Western-style room with two Simmons semi-double beds and a loft bedroom on the second floor.This is a detached Japanese cedar log house with a barrel bath made from Japanese cypress.

      Regarding the types, sizes, and other conditions of pets that we accept
      ・You can stay only if you make a reservation at a pet-friendly log house.
      -Limited to dogs kept indoors on a daily basis.No other pets are accepted.
      ・An additional fee of 1 yen (tax included) will be charged per pet per night.
      ・Maximum of 1 pets per building.
      ・Only small dogs are accepted (weighing less than 10 kg)
      ・We do not accept dogs in heat, menstruation, pregnancy, medium-sized dogs, large dogs, or fighting breeds.
      - Must have been vaccinated within the past year.
      ・Please bring all pet-related items (cage, leash, toilet tray & seat, pet food, etc.).

Number of buildingBreadthNumber of usersAccommodation fee (tax included)
3Approximately 85m2Capacity: 5 name[Up to 4 people] 24,000 yen ~ (Room without meals / per building / 1 people occupying 4 room)
[1 additional person] 5,000 yen
[Children] For children over 4 years old, both the number of people and the price are the same as one adult. Children under 1 years old are free of charge and 3 people are counted.*Prices may vary depending on the season
  • 7 person type

      • 7 person type
      • 7 person type
      • 7 person type
      • 7 person type
      • 7 person type
    • Accommodates up to 1 people with 3 double bed, 1 single beds and 7 double sofa bed.Equipped with a shower/toilet, air conditioner, and refrigerator, you can enjoy your stay comfortably.※The image is an image
Number of buildingBreadthNumber of usersAccommodation fee (tax included)
5Approximately 105m2Capacity: 7 name[Up to 4 people] 30,000 yen ~ (Room without meals / per building / 1 people occupying 4 room)
[1 additional person] 5,000 yen
[Children] For children over 4 years old, both the number of people and the price are the same as one adult. Children under 1 years old are free of charge and 3 people are counted.*Prices may vary depending on the season

MealMeal

1 night plan with dinner

1 night plan with dinner

We offer an overnight plan that includes BBQ ingredients and equipment and includes dinner.Please bring additional food and drinks.There is no entry fee.

Bring your own BBQ with a room-only plan

Bring your own BBQ with a room-only plan

If you wish to bring your own food and BBQ equipment, we recommend the ``Room Meal Plan''.There is no charge for bringing in ingredients and BBQ equipment.We also sell additional ingredients and rent BBQ equipment, so please take advantage of it.

Equipment / equipmentFacilities

    • テ ラ ス
    • テ ラ ス

      You can enjoy BBQ on the covered terrace.You can use it even in rainy weather.rental BBQ equipment set Alternatively, you can bring your own BBQ grill (gas and electric types only).*Please bring your own food. Sales of ingredients We are also doing

    • Living/Kitchen
    • Living/Kitchen

      All buildings are detached type log houses with kitchens.We also have a wide selection of cooking utensils (IH cooking heaters, pots, and frying pans), tableware, and electrical appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, and microwave ovens.Detail is, .*We do not provide seasonings, so please bring your own.*The image is of a "7 person type" room.

    • Simmons semi-double bed
    • Simmons semi-double bed

      The bedrooms (Western-style rooms) in all buildings are equipped with two Simmons semi-double beds.*The image is of a "7 person type" room.

    • loft
    • loft

      The lofts on the second floor of all buildings are spaces where you can lay out a futon and take a rest.*The image is of a "7 person type" room.

    • [7 people type] Japanese-style room
    • [7 people type] Japanese-style room

      There is a Japanese-style room on the 7st floor only for rooms for 1 people.This is a space where you can lay out your futon and take a rest.

    • shower/toilet
    • shower/toilet

      All guest buildings are equipped with showers and toilets.Also, please use the adjacent large public bath and open-air bath ``Mt. Fuji Lava Hot Spring Sensui''.

    • Fuji cypress barrel bath
    • Fuji cypress barrel bath

      All guest buildings are equipped with barrel baths made by skilled craftsmen using Fuji Hinoki grown on Mt. Fuji.Fuji Hinoki is characterized by its lustrous color and fragrance.Please enjoy the bath with Mt. Fuji spring water.

    • [Adjacent facility] Mt. Fuji lava bath “Izumi”
    • [Adjacent facility] Mt. Fuji lava bath “Izumi”

      Guests staying at Fuyo no Yado can access the adjacent hot spring facility “Mt. Fuji lava hot spring waterYou can use it for free as many times as you like during your stay.[Weekdays] 11:00-22:00 (last entry at 21:30)
      [Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays] 11:00-23:00 (last entry at 22:30)
      *Morning bath and bedrock bath are closed.

    • [Adjacent facility] Resort Inn Fuyo
    • [Adjacent facility] Resort Inn Fuyo

      The restaurant in the adjacent sister facility "Resort Inn Fuyo"Dance of HananoBreakfast will be served at.If you wish, please ask for a breakfast ticket when you check in.

    • [Rental] BBQ equipment set
    • [Rental] BBQ equipment set

      BBQ equipment set is available for rent (6,000 yen, tax included).It is a high-power BBQ grill that uses a Coleman gas cassette type BBQ grill with a maximum heat power of approximately 5,000 kcal/h.*Models may differ.

Equipment/equipment listFacilities List

Amenities
Samue (for adults only), bath towel, face towel, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, hand soap, toothbrush, razor, hair tie, shower cap, cotton swabs
bed
Simmons semi-double bed (Western room only)*In Japanese-style rooms, you sleep on futons.
Electrical appliances
Flat-screen LCD TV, refrigerator/freezer, microwave oven, air conditioner, electric kettle, hair dryer, rice cooker, humidifying air purifier
kitchenware
IH cooking heater, pot, frying pan, cutting board, knife, frying pan, bowl, ice bucket, ice tongs, tongs, paring knife, pot, ladle, spatula, colander, chopsticks, grater, bottle opener, corkscrew, peeler
Seasonings
Log houses are not available.
dish detergent etc.
Dish detergent, sponge, dish towel, garbage bag, plastic wrap, aluminum foil
Tableware
Bowls, bowls, chopsticks, spoons (large and small), forks, knives, plates (large and small), paper cups, glasses (*Please wash and return cooking utensils and tableware to their original locations after use) .)
Other
Bath, toilet, shower, free Wi-Fi
      

Shared facility

Parking
  • ・Up to one vehicle is allowed per log house. For second and subsequent vehicles, please use the parking lot in front of the facility entrance.
  • ・If you leave after 23pm, you will not be able to re-enter through the gate, but you can use the parking lot in front of the facility entrance.
  • ・Large vehicles will be charged 1,000 yen/night.
      

Basic InformationInformation

address Telephone number
Address: 〒403-0016 1394 Matsuyama, Fujiyoshida City, Yamanashi Prefecture
Check-in / out
Check-in: 15:30-21:00 / Check-out: 10:00 the next day
Check-in location
"Fuyo no Yado" front desk *Same location as the facility.
PayPal payment
  • Cash payment
  • Credit card
Types of cards that can be used
VISA, JCB, American Express, Diner's Club, UC, DC, UFJ, Master Card, Discover, Rakuten
Cancellation policy
*Cancellation fees will be charged as follows.
  • No-show/non-arrival without contact: 100% of the accommodation fee
  • On the day: 100% of the room rate
  • The day before: 50% of the room rate
  • From 3 days in advance: 30% of the room rate
More detail!
Resort glamping reservation site
  • Lots of information on how to spend your time at "Mt. Fuji Resort Log House Fuyo no Yado [Yamanashi]", activities, and surrounding tourist information!
  • Fuyō no Yado Lots of information on how to spend your time there, activities, surrounding sightseeing information, and more!

AccessAccess

    • If you come by car
      • If coming from Tokyo area
      • About 1 hour and 10 minutes from Shinjuku on the Chuo Expressway, get off at Kawaguchiko IC, about 2 minutes.
      • About 1 hour and 20 minutes from Tokyo on the Tomei Expressway, get off at "Gotenba IC", about 2 minutes
      • If coming from Osaka/Nagoya area
      • Approximately 2 hours from Osaka on the Meishin Expressway, approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes from Nagoya on the Tomei Expressway, get off at Fuji IC, and take Nishi-Fuji Road/National Route 139 for approximately 1 hour.
      If you come by train
      • If coming from Shinjuku Station
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the Keio Line Express (about 50 minutes) to Takao Station, JR Chuo Main Line (about 40 minutes) to Otsuki Station, Fujikyuko (about 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, about 5 minutes by taxi. (or about 30 minutes walk).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the JR Limited Express Kaiji (approx. 60 minutes) to Otsuki Station, take the Fujikyu Line (approximately 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take JR/Fuji Kyuko's direct limited express Fuji Kaiyu (approx. 105 minutes) to Mt. Fuji Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • If coming from Nagoya Station
      • From Nagoya Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 1 hour 15 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Limited Express Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and then walk approximately 15 minutes.
      • If coming from Shin-Osaka Station
      • From Shin-Osaka Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and walk approximately 15 minutes.
      If you are coming by express bus
      • Board the bus from the Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (4th floor of Busta Shinjuku South Exit) and get off at "Fuji-Q Highland". It will take about 15 minutes on foot to arrive at "Fuyo no Yado".
      • The bus stop on the way is ``Fuji Kyuko Bus Fuji Five Lakes - Shinjuku Line."

AccessAccess

    • If you come by car
      • If coming from Tokyo area
      • About 1 hour and 10 minutes from Shinjuku on the Chuo Expressway, get off at Kawaguchiko IC, about 2 minutes.
      • About 1 hour and 20 minutes from Tokyo on the Tomei Expressway, get off at "Gotenba IC", about 2 minutes
      • If coming from Osaka/Nagoya area
      • Approximately 2 hours from Osaka on the Meishin Expressway, approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes from Nagoya on the Tomei Expressway, get off at Fuji IC, and take Nishi-Fuji Road/National Route 139 for approximately 1 hour.
      If you come by train
      • If coming from Shinjuku Station
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the Keio Line Express (about 50 minutes) to Takao Station, JR Chuo Main Line (about 40 minutes) to Otsuki Station, Fujikyuko (about 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, about 5 minutes by taxi. (or about 30 minutes walk).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the JR Limited Express Kaiji (approx. 60 minutes) to Otsuki Station, take the Fujikyu Line (approximately 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take JR/Fuji Kyuko's direct limited express Fuji Kaiyu (approx. 105 minutes) to Mt. Fuji Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • If coming from Nagoya Station
      • From Nagoya Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 1 hour 15 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Limited Express Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and then walk approximately 15 minutes.
      • If coming from Shin-Osaka Station
      • From Shin-Osaka Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and walk approximately 15 minutes.
      If you are coming by express bus
      • Board the bus from the Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (4th floor of Busta Shinjuku South Exit) and get off at "Fuji-Q Highland". It will take about 15 minutes on foot to arrive at "Fuyo no Yado".
      • The bus stop on the way is ``Fuji Kyuko Bus Fuji Five Lakes - Shinjuku Line."

AccessAccess

    • If you come by car
      • If coming from Tokyo area
      • About 1 hour and 10 minutes from Shinjuku on the Chuo Expressway, get off at Kawaguchiko IC, about 2 minutes.
      • About 1 hour and 20 minutes from Tokyo on the Tomei Expressway, get off at "Gotenba IC", about 2 minutes
      • If coming from Osaka/Nagoya area
      • Approximately 2 hours from Osaka on the Meishin Expressway, approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes from Nagoya on the Tomei Expressway, get off at Fuji IC, and take Nishi-Fuji Road/National Route 139 for approximately 1 hour.
      If you come by train
      • If coming from Shinjuku Station
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the Keio Line Express (about 50 minutes) to Takao Station, JR Chuo Main Line (about 40 minutes) to Otsuki Station, Fujikyuko (about 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, about 5 minutes by taxi. (or about 30 minutes walk).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the JR Limited Express Kaiji (approx. 60 minutes) to Otsuki Station, take the Fujikyu Line (approximately 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take JR/Fuji Kyuko's direct limited express Fuji Kaiyu (approx. 105 minutes) to Mt. Fuji Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • If coming from Nagoya Station
      • From Nagoya Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 1 hour 15 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Limited Express Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and then walk approximately 15 minutes.
      • If coming from Shin-Osaka Station
      • From Shin-Osaka Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and walk approximately 15 minutes.
      If you are coming by express bus
      • Board the bus from the Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (4th floor of Busta Shinjuku South Exit) and get off at "Fuji-Q Highland". It will take about 15 minutes on foot to arrive at "Fuyo no Yado".
      • The bus stop on the way is ``Fuji Kyuko Bus Fuji Five Lakes - Shinjuku Line."

AccessAccess

    • If you come by car
      • If coming from Tokyo area
      • About 1 hour and 10 minutes from Shinjuku on the Chuo Expressway, get off at Kawaguchiko IC, about 2 minutes.
      • About 1 hour and 20 minutes from Tokyo on the Tomei Expressway, get off at "Gotenba IC", about 2 minutes
      • If coming from Osaka/Nagoya area
      • Approximately 2 hours from Osaka on the Meishin Expressway, approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes from Nagoya on the Tomei Expressway, get off at Fuji IC, and take Nishi-Fuji Road/National Route 139 for approximately 1 hour.
      If you come by train
      • If coming from Shinjuku Station
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the Keio Line Express (about 50 minutes) to Takao Station, JR Chuo Main Line (about 40 minutes) to Otsuki Station, Fujikyuko (about 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, about 5 minutes by taxi. (or about 30 minutes walk).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take the JR Limited Express Kaiji (approx. 60 minutes) to Otsuki Station, take the Fujikyu Line (approximately 50 minutes) to Fujisan Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • From Shinjuku Station, take JR/Fuji Kyuko's direct limited express Fuji Kaiyu (approx. 105 minutes) to Mt. Fuji Station, then take a taxi for approximately 5 minutes (or approximately 30 minutes on foot).
      • If coming from Nagoya Station
      • From Nagoya Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 1 hour 15 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Limited Express Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and then walk approximately 15 minutes.
      • If coming from Shin-Osaka Station
      • From Shin-Osaka Station, take the Shinkansen (approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes) to Mishima Station, take the express bus ``Mishima/Kawaguchiko Liner'' (approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes) to Fuji-Q Highland, and walk approximately 15 minutes.
      If you are coming by express bus
      • Board the bus from the Shinjuku Expressway Bus Terminal (4th floor of Busta Shinjuku South Exit) and get off at "Fuji-Q Highland". It will take about 15 minutes on foot to arrive at "Fuyo no Yado".
      • The bus stop on the way is ``Fuji Kyuko Bus Fuji Five Lakes - Shinjuku Line."

FAQFaq

About room types

  • How many people are there?
    The ``5-person type'' and ``[dogs allowed] 5-person type'' are for 5 people, and the ``7-person type'' is for 7 people.
    How many beds are there?
    Each room type is equipped with two Simmons semi-double beds.*3 or more people will sleep on futons.
    What time is check-in/out?
    Check-in is from 15:30 to 21:00.Check-out is at 10:00.
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About equipment

  • What equipment do you have?
    [Electrical appliances] We have a flat-screen LCD TV, refrigerator/freezer, microwave oven, air conditioner, electric kettle, hair dryer, rice cooker, and humidifying air purifier.
    What tableware and cooking utensils do you have?
    [Tableware] Bowls, bowls, chopsticks, spoons (large and small), forks, knives, plates (large and small), paper cups, glasses
    [Cooking utensils] IH cooking heater, pot, frying pan, cutting board, knife, frying pan, bowl, ice bucket, ice tongs, tongs, paring knife, pot, ladle, spatula, colander, chopsticks, grater, bottle opener, corkscrew, I have a peeler.
    Do you have seasonings?
    Log houses are not available.Surrounding shopping spots please use.
    What kind of amenities do you have?
    Samue (for adults only), bath towels, face towels, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, hand soap, toothbrushes, razors, hair ties, shower caps, and cotton swabs are provided.
    Are there toilets and baths in the log house?
    There is a toilet, shower room, and bathroom on the first floor.In addition, the adjacent hot spring facility "Mt. Fuji lava hot spring waterYou can use it for free as many times as you like during your stay.
    Is there a parking lot?
    There is free parking (15 spaces) within the facility.
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About meals

  • Is it possible to bring in food?
    Yes. It is possible.You are free to bring your own food and drinks.For grocery shopping,Surrounding shopping spots please use.
    Do you have a plan that includes meals?
    Yes, we have a "one night plan with dinner included".For dinner, you can enjoy "Glamping BBQ" on the terrace.If you wish to bring your own drinks and food, please select the ``Room Only Plan''.
    What is included in the rental BBQ equipment set?
    Comes with BBQ grill stove, gas cartridge, lighter, tongs, spatula, paper cup, paper plate, disposable chopsticks, grid iron plate, and iron plate.*Please prepare your own oil and seasonings.
    Is it possible to bring in a BBQ grill?
    You may also bring your own BBQ grill.For safety reasons, we only accept gas and electric types, and we do not allow the use of firewood or charcoal.Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
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About the large public bath and open-air bath

  • Can I use the Mt. Fuji lava bath “Izumi”?
    Yes, the adjacent large public bath and open-air bath facilityMt. Fuji lava hot spring water” is available.*Customers staying at Fuyou no Yado can use it as many times as they like free of charge during their stay.
    【平日】11:00〜22:00(21:30最終入館)、【土日祝】11:00〜23:00(22:30最終入館)
    *Morning bath and bedrock bath are closed.

About nearby facilities

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About bringing dogs

  • Please let me know the types and sizes of pets you can accept, and any other conditions.
    It is as follows.
    • ・You can stay only if you make a reservation at a pet-friendly log house.
    • -Limited to dogs kept indoors on a daily basis.No other pets are accepted.
    • ・An additional fee of 1 yen (tax included) will be charged per pet per night.
    • ・Maximum of 1 pets per building.
    • ・Only small dogs are accepted (weighing less than 10 kg)
    • ・We do not accept dogs in heat, menstruation, pregnancy, medium-sized dogs, large dogs, or fighting breeds.

Other

  • Will there be a cancellation fee?
    Yes, a cancellation fee will be charged as follows from 3 days before your stay.
    • ・Non-stay / non-arrival without contact: 100% of the accommodation fee
    • ・ On the day: 100% of the accommodation fee
    • ・The day before: 50% of the accommodation fee
    • ・ 3 days ago: 30% of the room rate
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