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Japanese-Style Room with Shared Bathroom
Japanese-Style Room with Shared Bathroom
  • 12 m²/129 ft²
  • Shared bathroom
  • 4 futons
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Superior Japanese-Style Room with shared bathroom
Superior Japanese-Style Room with shared bathroom
  • 16 m²/172 ft²
  • Shared bathroom
  • 8 futons
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Room comfort and quality6.0
Value for money6.0
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Joseph from United States
Stayed 1 night in July 2013
An 'older' weatered business Ryokan”
View of Fuji over it's garden, friendly staff tho not always available.
The location was a bit out of the way, so you need a car for access. It was an older business Ryokan, and for the 1st 2 weeks of July, they were not busy, so they only had a small 2 small furo rooms for baths, rather than an onsen. The fire escape was a joke, literally a rope ladder. Things were fairly clean, but weathered, the tatami stained, only small hand towels, and proprietor/manager wasn't there in am to help w/ getting a taxi to get anywhere. For the cost, maybe not a good buy.
Reviewed October 03, 2013
Angelos from United States
Family with teens
Stayed 1 night in August 2013
At the foothills of Fuji-san”
tradition, friendly driver, good futons
This was a one night stay at Lake Kawaguchiko. Came to see Fuji-san, unfortunately the mountain was shrouded in clouds for our stay. For all of my fellow Americans who come to this hotel, but cannot read Japanese, do not have a map of Kawaguchiko, and do not know your way around: just go to the information office at the train station! The ladies will call the hotel for you AND the hotel will come and pick you up! This should have been mentioned during reservations, as this is a great selling point! We didn't have to look for the hotel at all. Very convenient. We had a moderately big room. Since there were four of us (room is for 3, but the computer wouldn't let me say 4 persons while reserving) we covered nearly the entire floor with the futons. But we were comfortable nonetheless. No private restrooms- had to go downstairs for the common use restrooms. Ditto for showers. But travelling is all about new experiences. In the morning, before returning to the station (yes, they drove us back to the station) we walked around the neighborhood. Lot's of beautiful flowers growing in private gardens. There was a large Family Discount nearby where we had a quick breakfast. This hotel offered breakfast, but we didn't take that during our reservations. No reason. Shared the hotel with a kids baseball team. Being young boys, they were a bit loud, but that's typical of kids their age. Nothing outrageous. Baseball season was in just then. Our driver from the hotel did not speak much English, but was very friendly and pleasant. Seemed like a very nice person. Enjoyed our brief stay at this hotel.
Reviewed August 11, 2013
Antonino from Italy
Stayed 1 night in August 2013
dirty, dirty, dirty!”
nothing, nothing, nothing!
I booked this hotel as a "normal" hotel downtown but I finally discovered that was kind of youth hostel, of the worst ranking let's say. everything in the hotel was dirty, dusty, bad smelling ... and material all of the cheaper quality; well, no one point was not even acceptable. I don't remember, but I'm possibly wrong, to have seen indications about "common bathroom and toilets", but even so ... mountain hut are most of the time in a better condition. this stay was the worst I experienced but not the cheapest.
Reviewed August 09, 2013
Perez from France
Family with young children
Stayed 2 nights in September 2013
Auberge japonaise de base”
personnel gentil
L'hotêl Fijumien est vraiment une auberge japonaise. Dans un premier temps un peu difficile d'accès si on ne lit pas le japonais (l'enseigne est en japonais et pas du tout indiquée sur la rue), le personnel ne parle pas anglais et notre première rencontre a été assez difficile. La chambre est petite mais propre, trois matelas par personne pour le confort et vue sur le Mont Fuji (qui malheureusement pour nous s'était caché). A savoir que les douches sont communes (deux pour les filles et totalement communes pour les hommes) le spa est en fait le bain à la japonaise dans les douches. L'ensemble de l'hôtel est assez vétuste mais propre tout de même. pas grand chose aux alentours mais heureusement le Lawson pas loin permet de manger pour peu. Je pense que c'est une auberge classique mais qui ne vaut pas le prix demandé toutefois
Reviewed September 24, 2013
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