The Fujiya

Location: Hakone & Mount Fuji | Japan

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Regal, beautiful and steeped in history, The Fujiya is one of the oldest hotels in Japan, and its architecture and luxurious rooms are overflowing with the character of a bygone imperial age. Lying in the heart of the Hakone area, The Fujiya is also brilliantly located for lovers of natural landscapes and the great outdoors – if you can tear yourself away from the stunning architecture of the hotel itself.
Perfect forTraditionalists seeking a hotel with a bucket-load of charm.
In the knowYou’ll be in good company staying at The Fujiya – past guests include a swathe of celebrities from John Lennon and Charlie Chaplin to Prince Albert and the current Emperor and Empress of Japan.

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  • Guesthouse or Inn
  • Hideaway

Hotel Overview

Where

Myanoshita, a famous hot springs town in the heart of the Hakone area perfectly located for exploring the stunning surroundings.

Rooms at The Fujiya

Five of The Fujiya’s six buildings – the Main Building, Comfy Lodge, Restful Cottage, Flower Palace and Annex Kikka-so Inn – are registered as ‘Tangible Cultural Property’, featuring beautifully preserved centuries-old architecture and grand, luxurious interiors. The modern Forest Lodge, meanwhile, features a blend of Japanese and western-style interiors and offers stunning views of Hakone National Park from its position high up on the hill.

Food and facilities

There’s no danger of going hungry at the Fujiya, with no less than five restaurants and bars to choose from. For traditional Japanese cuisine there’s Kikka-so Inn, which offers exquisite kaiseki based on fresh, seasonal ingredients, while there’s afternoon tea on offer at Orchid Lounge and traditional French fare at The Fujiya Restaurant. In the evening, enjoy a cocktail in colonial Oriental surroundings at the Victoria.

Activities at The Fujiya

Exploring The Fujiya’s grand corridors and marvelling at its stunning architecture is enough to keep you occupied for days, but the hotel also makes the most of the region’s unique geography with a range of hot spring baths and pools. With private and public options available, these are the perfect way to relax after a day spent exploring the beautiful landscapes of Hakone National Park.

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