Hoshinoya Fuji

Location: Hakone & Mount Fuji | Japan

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

In a stunning setting on the slopes of Mount Fuji, Hoshinoya Fuji prides itself on being Japan’s first luxury glamping resort. Scattered amongst the dense red pine forests along the beautiful shores of Lake Kawaguchi, the glamorous camp is a feast of contemporary and minimalist design set against the iconic Japanese scenery.
Perfect forHoneymooners and couples who want a front row seat to Japan’s stunning beauty whilst staying in the lap of luxury.
In the knowGo on a two-hour guided tour through Aokigahara Forest and to the nearby lava caves, both of which are national treasures.  Walk through the sea of trees, passing 300 year old trees towards the 201 metre long cave, which, even in summer, has icicles and icy walls that never melt- a natural refrigerator.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • Family-friendly
  • Hideaway
  • Lodge

Hotel Overview

Where

In the Yamanashi prefecture, a 2-hour drive from Tokyo.

Rooms at Hoshinoya Fuji

With 40 sleek and stylish cabins dotted around a six hectare area, Hoshinoya Fuji showcases beautifully designed rooms each with a private terrace campfire. Crafted to blend into the natural environment, the cabins offer supremely comfortable beds, spacious bathrooms, and vivid views over the lake and mountain.

Food and facilities

The day starts with sunrise yoga and ends with a super star-gazing session accompanied by a warming nightcap at the Bonfire Bar. In between, you can make full use of the Library Café and cloud terrace area. Dining forms an important part of the glamping experience with dinner served in the outdoor forested spaces. Nestled next to the hypnotic campfire, enjoy the immensely romantic atmosphere as Dutch Oven dishes are tailored made to your personal tastes by a private chef.

Activities at Hoshinoya Fuji

From lessons on how to brew a refreshing cup of coffee to walks through Aokigahara Forest (a national park also known as the ‘Sea of Trees’) there is plenty to keep you busy during your stay. Go on an early morning canoe ride on the placid waters of Lake Kawaguchi or wake up at your leisure and explore the vast forests at the foot of Mt Fuji on horseback.

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