Akaishi Ryokan
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7.5
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10
Very good service
7.8
Value for money7.4
Location rating7.4
  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!

  • Hot spring bath

  • Air conditioning

  • Garden

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Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
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  • Room size: 16 m²/172 ft²
  • Smoking allowed
  • 1 futon
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        Agoda Reviews (53)Booking.com Reviews (280)
        7.5
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        10
        Cleanliness7.8
        Facilities7.1
        Location7.4
        Room comfort and quality7.4
        Service7.8
        Value for money7.4
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        6.8
        Good
        Matt from Australia
        Couple
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 2 nights in September 2018
        Good”
        Onsen was amazing, view on the roof with Mt Fuji was good but obscured by a tree. Nice to be given some grapes by the staff before dinner. A short distance from the bus route.
        Reviewed September 27, 2018
        10.0
        Exceptional
        Sabrina from Japan
        Family with teens
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 2 nights in August 2018
        Lovely traditional ryokan ”
        The family that hosts this property is very sweet and caring. We enjoyed the family atmosphere and spectacular views of Mount Fuji-San. Although the onsen was small it was very clean and comfortable. Great views of Kawaguichico Lake!
        Reviewed August 20, 2018
        4.4
        Syawalhudin from Japan
        Couple
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in May 2018
        Bad ryokan I have stayed. No extra towel. No toothpaste, just toothbrush. Toilet without washlet. ”
        And I had to pay extra 300yen for nothing. Bad ryokan ever.
        Reviewed May 04, 2018
        4.4
        jill from United Kingdom
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in April 2018
        Untrustworthy owner”
        Even though our bill was paid in advance she demanded we pay again. Taking all of our money. She had mistaken us for a party of Chinese people. We are British and blonde and had booking references as a friend had paid. When all was eventually settled no apology just a complaint that the Chinese group had not paid. A dampener on an otherwise fabulous trip to Japan. Facilities are non existent and it was also very cold. Avoid!
        Reviewed May 01, 2018
        8.4
        Excellent
        Supattra from Thailand
        Family with teens
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 2 nights in April 2018
        Nice staff and onsen”
        Staff can speak english a little bit but they’re very nice and helpful. The room is good and large. Share bathroom isn’t like in a hostel. Bathing room is include in Onsen! however I do like it.
        Reviewed April 24, 2018
        5.6
        Stephanie from Canada
        Couple
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in October 2017
        Great views but disappointing”
        Faces the lake, has a roof with (partially blocked) view of Mt. Fuji. Short walk away from any restaurants but nice and quiet at night. Long walk from station but there is a shuttle (requires advance notice for pickup). Ladies' onsen was not working when I went - the bath was full of clean water but it was cold! Facilities could use updating - the room itself was clean but there were (very large) spiders in the hallway and bath/onsen room.
        Reviewed October 31, 2017
        9.6
        Exceptional
        Stefanie from Germany
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in March 2017
        A traditional Japan Hotel”
        The Akaishi Ryokan is a very traditional Hotel with its own Onsen, were you can bath for free. We really enjoyed our Trip there because of the great feeling, A great view of one of the five Fuji lakes and the kind staff. If we come back to Fuji we would always come again. Thank you for the nice stay.
        Reviewed April 13, 2017
        9.2
        Exceptional
        CHIH-KAI from Taiwan
        Couple
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 2 nights in March 2017
        Great!!”
        Good service and beautiful view ^ ^
        Reviewed March 06, 2017
        10.0
        Exceptional
        Yanita from Indonesia
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in November 2016
        Cheap, Clean, and Staff Helpful”
        Cheap, Clean, and Staff Helpful No English Staff that's why i need to google translate first before asking. Mt Fuji View u can see from above, i was unlucky the mount was foggy at that time huhu :( Free Shuttle when check in and check out, so helpful when bringin the heavy baggage.
        Reviewed November 26, 2016
        8.4
        Excellent
        Silvia from Spain
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in September 2016
        Amazing views”
        good place to go to Fuji
        Reviewed October 10, 2016
        8.8
        Excellent
        Johanna from Australia
        Solo traveler
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 2 nights in April 2016
        Lovely place to enjoy Kawaguchiko-ko”
        Great location, very clean, staff are lovely. Described as a "budget ryokan". Onsen is small and can be intimidating to the initiated as there is only one tub. No meals included, but only a 10 min walk to restaurants and shops. Would stay here again.
        Reviewed April 23, 2016
        8.0
        Excellent
        David from United Kingdom
        Couple
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in October 2015
        Great place”
        It was a Ryokan, owners helpful, onsen
        This was our first stay in a Ryokan and we enjoyed it. It is an experience that you should try but I suspect not all will appreciate it - we did. The Onsen is very small. It is not mixed so my wife and I could not enjoy it together. When we were there we never had to share. It is quite a distance from the town center. They provide a shuttle to the train station twice a day (not sure if vice versa). It is across the road from the lake. From the rooftop you can see 'the mountain'
        Reviewed October 25, 2015
        4.7
        Estelle from Singapore
        Couple
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in May 2015
        Fairly disappointing place”
        Cheap
        It was quite far away from Kawaguchiko Train Station, which made it inconvenient. There were hardly any amenities nearby; restaurants were a good 20-30 minute walk away. Do note that there are complimentary pick up services from the train station to the ryokan if you notify them in advance. The ryokan was tucked away in a small street facing the lake, which made it secluded and peaceful. My main grouse with Akaishi was the cleanliness of the room. While the sleeping area was fine, the toilets looked worn out and a little grimy. By Japanese standards, this was quite unacceptable. In addition, there was no hot water supplied to the ensuite toilet. We had to go downstairs to use the public shower area, which was (thankfully) far cleaner. The drawback is that there is zero privacy in the public shower, so you have to be comfortable showering in full view of other people. On a whole, I wouldn't recommend this place. There are better options around the area.
        Reviewed May 28, 2015
        9.0
        Exceptional
        Sergio from Indonesia
        Solo traveler
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in March 2015
        None english speaking staff. Thats all”
        The onsen is good and clean enough which is very good for me.
        Located not far from bus station no 5, not mt fuji 5th station! Only 10 min walk. Onsen is clean, room was clean, give us to try yukata for our stay there. So overall for very good and value for money.
        Reviewed March 31, 2015
        7.7
        Very good
        KIM from Malaysia
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 2 nights in December 2014
        Friendly staff”
        The surrounding environment, nice scenery.
        Only comment is no bathroom, we only can take bath next to the onsen.
        Reviewed January 04, 2015
        3.3
        narumon from Thailand
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in November 2014
        Close to the Lake can't not see the fuji views ”
        The room are ryokan style big and clean
        Cant not walk from the Kawakugiko staion to the hotel but you can tell staff at Information,call the hotel come topick you up. You have to share the bathroom with other, which might be one of Ryokan style, you can see people are taking a shower in front of you. I like the room but i dont like to share bathroom like that. What i got from the hotel are not worth for money i paid
        Reviewed November 04, 2014
        9.0
        Exceptional
        Sze from Malaysia
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in October 2014
        Excellent view and onsen at affordable price”
        Onsen, lake kawaguchiko and clean
        It was rather hard to find for first timer. As you get down at station number 5 via the kawaguchiko sight seeing bus. You walk towards the lake and turn right and walk till the end where there's a upward slope leading up to the inn. Once reach the inn, press the doorbell inside. The lady is nice but only speak japanese. Show her the agoda voucher and everything will be fine. I got my room just facing the beautiful lake which was excellent. The onsen was of high quality. As for bath it is inside the insen which is separated between male and female. There're strong wifi and as expected the room is very clean! You will enjoy traditional japanese bed with futon ans there's even the japanese traditional clithes for you to wear. A Lawson shop is just 800m away towards the right hand side. Using waze can get you walking to your destination. There's no house keeping though as there's only 1 lady managing the inn so please do self-house keeping. She can offer to cook for you if you want. The futon kept us warm in the chilling autumn. The lady is very nice in making sure us pack everything in time and go for a complimentary bus ride directly infront of the ryokan to the kawaguchiko train station to catch the train and even helped to carry my luggage and instant noodle. Definitely, you will enjoy staying here. However, bear in mind this is fuji area which is the opposite of tokyo. The bus stop operating around 5.11pm and starts at around 10am at kawaguchiko station. Ppl around here are not so kind(helpful) and the transportations are never on time. Only mini sight seeing buses available. If you have only 1 day I don't recommend you to go far unless you are willing to hire a cab. However, this was a wonderful experience. I definitely recommend this inn. Use waze using the free wifi at the kawaguchiko station to find the inn and turn on your gps. Get down at 5th station written at the small bus stop sign board and follow your waze. For free wifi find out about NTT EAST.
        Reviewed October 27, 2014
        3.7
        Amy from Taiwan
        Solo traveler
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in September 2014
        Cheap place ”
        Cheap, the lake view was good
        Reviewed September 17, 2014
        9.0
        Exceptional
        siu from Malaysia
        Group
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in April 2014
        Quiet, comfortable bed and big room.”
        in front of Kawaguchi lake, big room, great breakfast.
        Overall is great. I really love my room. They provide shuttle service to Kawaguchi station. They can drive to nearby bicycle rental service.I rent a bicycle from noon til 6pm for 500yen. The breakfast is 1500 yen but you can try authentic japan countryside food.Very tasty. You can view Mt.Fuji from upstairs balcony. Ask them about heater when you check-in if the weather chilly.
        Reviewed April 30, 2014
        6.0
        AKIKO from Japan
        Couple
        Japanese Style with Shared Bathroom
        Stayed 1 night in July 2016
        屋上から富士山と河口湖が見えます”
        スタッフの方が親切で素晴らしいロケーションです。 駅からホテルまではバスを利用して少し歩きました。 温泉用のフェイスタオルが付いてますがバスタオルはありません。 バスタオルはお借りできましたが常に用意があるとは限らない雰囲気でした。 この日の客層が合宿や大人コンパ?等、小規模の団体さんが利用されていて、深夜までどんちゃん騒ぎでかなりうるさかったです。
        Reviewed August 04, 2016
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