The onsen is attached to Fuji Q Highland and the adjacent resort in which we were staying. Entry is free for Hotel guests and is an amazing way to end a day in the park and/or climbing Mt Fuji (we did both) Having never been...More
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My family loves Fuji-Q amusement park. We went to the park on our last trip and it was a top priority again for our kids. After doing a little more research, I saw that there was an onsen next door to the park. We purchased...More
I forgot my phone on the hotel bus when they sent us to the station, then I called hotel by using the public telephone, Horiuchi answered my phone, and she is very patient, her English is very good, I asked her to check the bus...More
All are nude in onsen area. Tickets is 1,400¥ per and 140¥ for 1 drink from automatic machine. Onsen outside is for both men & women. It's great as we did it in night and temperature was just about 0. No photo is allowed inside.
This was my first onsen experience, and I had passes from the Highland hotel attached to the spa. Everything is very orderly, you show your passes, they give you number to deposit your shoes, and then you are given a towel and band that holds...More
We visited with our 2&4y olds who bathed with their father in the male area and were most welcome. I enjoyed a 1 hour massage and the women's bathing. The baths were clean, toiletries were provided and the outdoor bath was my favourite in the...More
You can take the "another" red line retro bus from Kawaguchiko Bus station to Fujiyama onsen. Do note, this retro bus to Fujiyama will stop service around 5pm but no worries, there'll be the hotel shuttle bus (it's free) in certain timing to pick &...More
We were unfortunate that the weather was not kind enough to clear the skies for a full view of the mountain when we arrived afternoon. However, after a treacherous climb at the Chiepote Shrine, my partner and I decided to try this touristy 'Onsen' or...More
To visit an Onsen is a favourite pastime for Japanese families. The Fujiyama Onsen offers a variety of smaller and bigger pools in-/outdoors. Different recreational rooms, family rooms and restaurants.
We knew that we wanted to go to an onsen after completing our hike of Mt Fuji. Originally we had planned on going to Hakone, but then decided not to due to the distance and time. Fujiyama Onsen is very easily accessible from the Kawaguchiko...More