A Luxury Japanese Inn in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan near Mt. Fuji

By mogujapan | Jun 22, 2021
Asia > Japan > Honshu > Yamanashi Prefecture > Mount Fuji

Introducing Kanayamanen, a Luxury Japanese Inn in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.

Mt.Fuji, a World Heritage Site, while enjoying a hot spring bath.

It takes 3 hours from Haneda Airport in Tokyo by bus.

Guest room


Sofa seat by the window

A guest room open-air bath, large enough for four people to bathe at the same time.

The water is crystal clear and flowing from the source.

You can see Mt. Fuji from the bath! It's very luxurious!

A welcome dessert of green tea panna cotta. In addition to this, Japanese sweets were served free of charge!

Dining


For dinner, we had creative Japanese-style dishes, all of which were very tasty and impressive.


I was especially impressed with the tuna sashimi, which was the sweetest and most melt-in-your-mouth thing I've ever had!

Breakfast is buffet style, and you can eat healthy food made with local vegetables.

Other facilities


You can also take a stroll in the wonderfully landscaped garden.

There is also a footbath.

Complimentary green tea and mochi sweets are served at the tea house in the garden.

A Japanese drum show is held every night in the lobby. It was truly an impressive performance!

Summary


  • Hot springs with a view of Mt.Fuji
  • You can enjoy dinner and breakfast made with special ingredients.
  • A garden, a performance show, and a store to enjoy all day long!

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