15.97km from Asagiri SquareThe inn-keepers are very accommodating and will pick you up and take you back to the rail station if you arrive by train or bus as we did. But the hospitality doesn't end at the station. The Inn has large nice rooms and a very pleasant dining area. Definitely include the wonderful breakfast in the morning prepared by the owner's daughter-in-law. It is beautiful, tasty and filling. A highlight is the like-an-onsen on-site (not a natural hot spring), but a lovely, private showering/cleaning area and a hot, outdoor soaking bath to be enjoyed with your partner. There is a common area where you can sit and enjoy a beverage. The outdoor areas look lovely, but we were there in March and too cold to enjoy. The Inn is located in a deeply wooded area with Mt. Fuji as a backdrop. It is a couple miles from the town center and the lake, but we love walking. At night, walking the narrow two-lane road with no shoulder in the dark can be challenging and probably best to taxi home. Those with a car can take the short drive into town. The owner travels to the station almost daily and gave us a lift so we could walk to Lake Fujikawaguchiko. It was definitely a highlight of our holiday as we spent most of the time in large cities like Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. Recommended!