Hotels Near Kaiba In Yamanakako

3.5/513 Reviews
0.27km from Kaiba
This inn is a 3 floor house with japanese style room. Located near the bus stop and easy to find. The front door is decorated with small plants and flower and you have to take some steps to reach the door. Just ask the owner in the restaurant next door to check in and she/he will show you the room, the furo onsen (2 private onsen on the basement), water for drink and give you the key of the room. Please take off your shoes first and change with slippers provided (it’s the etiquette here). Ours is on the second floor, joining 2 room become 1 for 5 person. They already arrange the futon and give some other in the big cabinet in the room. There’s also yukata which you can put them on with obi. Next to our room is public toilet with 3 toilets inside, only 1 room with bidet. And there is smoking room on the other end of the hall. The room cover with tatami and the facilities include air con, tv, water boiler, towels (big and small). In the morning you can stroll along the lake by walking from the path in front of the inn, where you can see the famous mt fuji if the weather is clear. Don’t forget to try the onsen, just make sure you have clean yourself before entering the bathtub and enjoy the relaxing moment. If you are hungry and don’t want to go anywhere, just order the food in the restaurant, it’s quite delicious. We order fried rice, ramen, gyoza. Nice experience while you are in Japan and want to try living like local.
FromUS$67.00
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.45km from Kaiba
The hotel is by Lake Yamanaka, the view is very good, it is a bit far from Lake Kawaguchi, but the transportation is quite convenient, about 30 minutes to Lake Kawaguchi, about 400 meters away from 7-11 and denny fast food, the hotel's hot spring is great, Mount Fuji is very It's cold, I ran a soup quickly when I came back to the hotel, saving a cold, especially good, the room facilities are a bit old but the sanitation is very good, the courtyard is very style
FromUS$116.00
0/53 Reviews
0.59km from Kaiba
Just before starting to plan out trip in Japan, i just happened to watch a Netflix series on Tiny House Living, and thought it was absolutely madness- so obviously when I saw it on Booking, i HAD to see for myself. They are basically a bunch of trailers (very cute ones though) parked in a courtyard. But step inside one- and you are in the best thought out hotel bedroom ever. The amount of things she managed to put in there without making it cramped, it was cute, super functional, nice comfortable bed (with an upstairs futon for a plus one that we didnt need so i cant judge on that)- the bathroom is a bit cramped but not much smaller than an Ibis- plus i got my showering done at the Onsen, which is super close by either bike or foot. Another highlight- Yumie who speaks amazing English personally greets and sits with you upon arrival to go through all the options nearby, and she has bikes to lend you for a picturesque ride around the lake (only her side though is nice and paved, around halfway if you do continue ahead it will be a lot less pleasant). And let us not forget Luna, the bubbly poodle she has by her side at all times.
FromUS$126.00
0/50 Reviews
0.92km from Kaiba
FromUS$42.00
2.9/56 Reviews
0.94km from Kaiba
We loved staying at Ryozan Yamanakako Ryokan whilst at the Fuji Five Lakes area. The price can’t be beat, especially compared to other accommodation around the area. Pros: - spacious family room (it cost the same as a double room so I booked it, even though for just the two of us). The double room would have been sufficient for two anyway! - super clean - every sink had hand soap and paper towels. Not common in the many Japanese guest houses we’ve stayed at...! - the lady at the reception was very friendly and helpful :) - good internet (good enough for Skype video calls) - homey feel- like a cross between a good backpackers hostel and a ryokan because it still had free amenities like green tea, towels and toothbrush/toothpaste and toiletries - Good price - about 7,500 yen per night for two people. Good price for one of the Fuji five lakes and last min booking. - Owner speaks great English (spent some time living in Australia) and has a cute dog (Australian kelpie!). - Has in room fridge and the kitchen area (however it only has microwave and kettle) is open between 3-9pm and 7-10am to reheat your meals. - Lots of info re buses and getting around. - Cheap bike rental: 1,500 yen per day compared to at another place we saw charging 2,500 yen per day. - Has vending machine for drinks and she sells some instant noodles and coffee pods at a reasonable price. Cons: - a bit far away from bus stop (10 minute walk) and is away from main shops on the Main Street. Not a problem if you have a car. - 20 min walk to the nearest kombini (7-11). - Unfortunately does not serve meals: otherwise this would be perfect! (For the convenience) - check in / staffed only from 3-10pm but allows baggage storage. - Only shows up in Japanese characters on Google Maps. - Public bath available from 7-10pm, best just after 7 when the water is freshly drawn. Otherwise it’s a bit cool later in the evening (logically, because the bath water is just sitting there). But you can also have a shower (Japanese public bath style) from 6-9am. If you’re not used to not having your privacy when you shower, this might be a problem... however other guests weren’t in the shower when I showered. All in all a great stay for a great price in the Yamanakako area which is much less busy than Kawaguchiko.
FromUS$50.00
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.95km from Kaiba
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Yamanakako Pension Pause is located in Yamanakako, 0.5 km from the shores of Lake Yamanaka. Free private parking is available on site.Extras include slippers and a hairdryer. Guests will find a shared lounge at the property.The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 85 km from Yamanakako Pension Pause.
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4.4/5Excellent69 Reviews
1.29km from Kaiba
(repost from Hotels.com) My family (with 2 kiddos) boarded the community bus on a sunday evening Dec 8 from Kawaguchiko bus terminal towards Gotemba station. Intending to drop at Bus stop 138 for Hotel shuttle bus pick-up. Unfortunately, I went pass the stop and unable to communicate with the non-english speaking driver, I press the bell and get off the next stop. With 4 luggages to bring down the bus and 2 young girls, I made the most regretful mistake of leaving my 30l packpack (with money and 4 PASSPORTS) on the bus. It was cold and dark at a bus stop which I dont know where and I walked to a nearby Denny's restaurant and called the Hotel. To my comfort, the hotel staff told me to wait where I am at the Denny's restaurant and will detour the shuttle bus to just pick my family up. At the hotel check-in, I explained my mishap to the hotel manager Mr Seiji Watanabe, and though the bus office hotline was closed after 6pm on sunday, he tries other means to contact the bus company and leaving his cell-phone number with the bus company to help me search for my backpack. The night went passed without any news and I was really depressed with Passports lost. The next morning at 8am when I was going for the buffet breakfast, I met Mr Seiji Watanabe at the lobby and he told me that my bag has been found at Gotemba Station and he has already sent a driver to help collect my backpack. By 9 am, I have gotten back my bag and most importantly, the passports. Thank you so much Mr Watanabe.
FromUS$99.00
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.34km from Kaiba
Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Yamanaka-ko, Resort Pension Le Lagon promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual needs of all travelers. Car park, restaurant, coffee shop, bar, shops are there for guest's enjoyment. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including spa, garden. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Mount Fuji has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Resort Pension Le Lagon.
FromUS$83.00
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.72km from Kaiba
The rooms are traditional Japanese tatami mats with Japanese futons. The mattresses were super comfortable and the duvets were incredible. So decadent and flouffy, yet cool to sleep in; I wasn't sweating all night under the blankets. The room does have an air conditioner, and it was able to keep the place at a perfect temperature. The bath/shower situation is in the style of a public bath, in that there is a shower area with little stools that you sit at and wash yourself, and then a heated bath to soak in afterwards. There were two shower rooms, but only one bathroom, so in the mornings, the women get the bathroom and the men get the shower room. The rooms are closed during the day and then open again in the evening when there are two hours designated for the men in the bathroom and two hours designated for the women. Presumably they don't keep the baths running constantly, because it's a small operation with not very many guests. We arrived in the afternoon when the rooms were closed after having just finished hiking down Mount Fuji, and the staff offered to turn the showers on for us; which we were very grateful for. All toiletries are provided. We had a rental car for navigating the Fuji Five Lakes area, and finding the guest house was super easy. We typed in the phone number into the car's navigation, and the GPS brought us to the exact tiny driveway with a little sign for the guest house that we needed to drive up to reach the place. There were a few restaurants within walking distance, including a nice izakaya that had great beef and good drinks. The guest house has one of those automatic massage chairs, which was fun to use. The Wi-Fi was very reliable. There are bikes provided for free to ride on around the town. Breakfast was simple but tasty. The toast was done self-serve, and the bread provided was this beautiful, thick-cut Japanese brioche. Very delicious, with nice jams to choose from. The staff running the place was an older couple that were incredibly friendly. We wish we could have stayed another night for sure.
FromUS$91.00
0/50 Reviews
2.3km from Kaiba
FromUS$85.00
3/511 Reviews
2.38km from Kaiba
Featuring a terrace with mountains views, Cottage Jokigen is a holiday home, set in Yamanakako. The property is 1.6 km from Lake Yamanaka.The kitchen features a microwave and there is a private bathroom. A flat-screen TV is featured. Other facilities at Cottage Jokigen include a barbecue.The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport, 82 km from the property.
FromUS$183.00

Hotels Near Kaiba In Yamanakako Review

4.7/58 Reviews
The hotel is far from the village of Yamanakako, and the taxi is about 1,300 yen. Although the hotel can pick up and drop off, the language communication is a problem, the manager is very enthusiastic, but the place name he said in English I don't know where it is, but later I learned that it was in the sun, so we finally took a taxi. I don’t have a shop in front of the village. I suggest booking a dinner at the hotel. It’s still very rich, and the rice is especially delicious. The first floor and the second floor are blocked by trees, and there is no Mt. Fuji. On the third floor, there is a small overlooking attic, which can clearly see Mount Fuji. Although it was very close to the Yamanakako Lake, it was blocked by the dense woods. It went far to the right hand side and found a deserted road. It was only at the lakeside and found that there was a very good walking path along the lake. Unfortunately, it took a while. Knowing how to get back to the hotel, I had to return. Hot springs are average. The room facilities are relatively old, the size is not 16-20 mentioned here, it feels three or forty flat. Once again, the hotel's service is really good, suitable for self-driving friends. The picture below shows the front yard and Mount Fuji seen in the attic.
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FromUS$67.00
5/512 Reviews
We checked in on the 1/16th. When we arrived, the owner of the hotel had already put down slippers. The owner was very kind. He asked us to take a rest in the reception room and sit on the massage chairs. Only our family checked in on the day. There is a bathhouse, although the bathing pool is small, the family is very comfortable with bubbles. We have dinner at six o'clock. The boss’s son can speak English. The dinner is also very rich and there are many varieties. We can only make it through. We are too full. The breakfast is too rich. After eating, the boss will take us around the scenic spots of Mount Fuji near Lake Yamanaka. In addition, the transportation is very convenient. You can go to the OUTLETS at the station and turn left for two minutes. They can also park in their yard. It is very good, very suitable for bringing your baby to play, it is recommended
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FromUS$116.00
5/55 Reviews
We found the hotel by self-driving tour. Generally, the Chinese can't find this place. Japanese-style room, you can see Mount Fuji, breakfast is also very good, bathing and bathing is a public place
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FromUS$119.00
4.8/59 Reviews
Very typical older Japanese Ryokan, with no elevator. We were on 3rd floor, but view was worth it. Hotel was full with tour buses, and breakfast buffet was strictly oriental in variety, with one poor little toaster oven serving 60 people for toast. We used public transport and arrived at Yamanakako-Hirano Visitor Center, where we asked the nice lady there to call the hotel for pick-up. Within a few minutes, our ride arrived, and check-in was smooth. Our room did not have a shower, only toilet and separate wash basin. Hotel let us use room's shower across the hallway the 1st night, and we did without for the 2nd night. Mifuji is a 10-minute walk to bus, so the shuttle is handy. Our room was large - 15 tatami mats in size, with flat-screen TV, fridge, and usual amenities. We didn't use the traditional public bath, reportedly a natural hot spring.
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FromUS$100.00
2.9/56 Reviews
We loved staying at Ryozan Yamanakako Ryokan whilst at the Fuji Five Lakes area. The price can’t be beat, especially compared to other accommodation around the area. Pros: - spacious family room (it cost the same as a double room so I booked it, even though for just the two of us). The double room would have been sufficient for two anyway! - super clean - every sink had hand soap and paper towels. Not common in the many Japanese guest houses we’ve stayed at...! - the lady at the reception was very friendly and helpful :) - good internet (good enough for Skype video calls) - homey feel- like a cross between a good backpackers hostel and a ryokan because it still had free amenities like green tea, towels and toothbrush/toothpaste and toiletries - Good price - about 7,500 yen per night for two people. Good price for one of the Fuji five lakes and last min booking. - Owner speaks great English (spent some time living in Australia) and has a cute dog (Australian kelpie!). - Has in room fridge and the kitchen area (however it only has microwave and kettle) is open between 3-9pm and 7-10am to reheat your meals. - Lots of info re buses and getting around. - Cheap bike rental: 1,500 yen per day compared to at another place we saw charging 2,500 yen per day. - Has vending machine for drinks and she sells some instant noodles and coffee pods at a reasonable price. Cons: - a bit far away from bus stop (10 minute walk) and is away from main shops on the Main Street. Not a problem if you have a car. - 20 min walk to the nearest kombini (7-11). - Unfortunately does not serve meals: otherwise this would be perfect! (For the convenience) - check in / staffed only from 3-10pm but allows baggage storage. - Only shows up in Japanese characters on Google Maps. - Public bath available from 7-10pm, best just after 7 when the water is freshly drawn. Otherwise it’s a bit cool later in the evening (logically, because the bath water is just sitting there). But you can also have a shower (Japanese public bath style) from 6-9am. If you’re not used to not having your privacy when you shower, this might be a problem... however other guests weren’t in the shower when I showered. All in all a great stay for a great price in the Yamanakako area which is much less busy than Kawaguchiko.
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FromUS$50.00
4.4/569 Reviews
(repost from Hotels.com) My family (with 2 kiddos) boarded the community bus on a sunday evening Dec 8 from Kawaguchiko bus terminal towards Gotemba station. Intending to drop at Bus stop 138 for Hotel shuttle bus pick-up. Unfortunately, I went pass the stop and unable to communicate with the non-english speaking driver, I press the bell and get off the next stop. With 4 luggages to bring down the bus and 2 young girls, I made the most regretful mistake of leaving my 30l packpack (with money and 4 PASSPORTS) on the bus. It was cold and dark at a bus stop which I dont know where and I walked to a nearby Denny's restaurant and called the Hotel. To my comfort, the hotel staff told me to wait where I am at the Denny's restaurant and will detour the shuttle bus to just pick my family up. At the hotel check-in, I explained my mishap to the hotel manager Mr Seiji Watanabe, and though the bus office hotline was closed after 6pm on sunday, he tries other means to contact the bus company and leaving his cell-phone number with the bus company to help me search for my backpack. The night went passed without any news and I was really depressed with Passports lost. The next morning at 8am when I was going for the buffet breakfast, I met Mr Seiji Watanabe at the lobby and he told me that my bag has been found at Gotemba Station and he has already sent a driver to help collect my backpack. By 9 am, I have gotten back my bag and most importantly, the passports. Thank you so much Mr Watanabe.
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FromUS$99.00
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