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Super Hotel Natural Hot Springs Fuji Honka

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Super Hotel  Natural Hot Springs Fuji Honkan
Super Hotel  Natural Hot Springs Fuji Honkan

Perfectly located—it's only a 5 minutes' walk from the JR Fuji Station! You might also want to take a dip in the natural hot spring, “Kenjo no Yu,” to relieve your travel-worn body.

Address16-10, Mitojimamotocho, Fuji shi, Shizuoka
Phone0545-65-9002
FAX0545-65-9020
Check-in3 P.M.Check-out 10:00
SubwayFrom the southern exit at the JR Fuji Station, it only takes 5 minutes to arrive on foot. It only takes 5 minutes to reach our hotel by car when coming from the Shin Fuji Station (Tokaido Shinkansen Line).
By CarIt takes 10 minutes to reach us by car when coming from the Fuji IC on the Tomei Expressway.
Parking LotParking capacity: 66 spaces (by reservation only)
Fee: 500 yen per night
Hours: 3 P.M. to 10 A.M.
Vehicle size restriction: None
In the case that our parking lot is full, please search for other lots nearby.
1 person Single room 5,640yen~
Women's Room 5,640yen~
2 person Super Room 8,200yen~
3 person Super Room 9,030yen~
※100% cancellation fee takes effect after 3:00 p.m. of that day.
Room for ladies Combined bathroom Rest room(with warm water cleaning toilet seat)
Natural hot spring Healthy breakfast Internet zone
High-speed Internet room facility VOD room theater (1000 yen for each night) Non-smoking room
Coin laundry Public phone FAX
Bath gel Bath towels / Face towels Amenity goods for ladies
Two-in-one shampoo Shaving Razor (for purchase) Paper towel
Hair Dryer Healthy ionic slipper Tea, cup and toothbrush
Air conditioner Electric pot with humidifier High-speed broad band internet (wired)
TV (above-ground wave, BS, VOD) Alarm clock Air cleaner
Refrigerator Lamp (for rent)  
     
Healthy Breakfast

Healthy Breakfast

We provide a nutritionally balanced and healthy breakfast for all guests. A healthy breakfast ushers in a fresh new day - we are waiting for you!
※service time 
Weekday6:30~8:30 Weekend Holidays6:30~9:00

Tanuki-ko

Tanuki-ko

Tanuki-ko is a man-made lake situated on part of the Asagiri plain. It is a famous sightseeing spot that captures a full view of Mt. Fuji. It attracts a large number of tourists. When you look out over the tranquil lake surface, you will see the majestic Mt. Fuji right in front of you. Exuberant cherry blossoms and azalea symbolize the four seasons, too, just like a beautiful landscape painting. The inverted reflection of Mt. Fuji on the lake surface adds a hint of mysterious beauty. Tanuki-ko is also a famous crucian carp fishing spot in Japan. The fishing season is from April to October. Fishing at the lake on a fine day is an experience that should leave you with wonderful memories.

Facility information
・ Location:Saori, Fujinomiya-shi, Shizuoka
・ Phone number:0544-27-5240 (Fujinomiya Tourism Association)
Fuji Festival

Fuji Festival

The biggest festival in Fuji is held yearly on the fourth Sunday of July. Just like the slogan says,“each citizen has a leading role,” all the citizens join in the grand carnival. One of the most wonderful parts is the “Princess Kaguya Picture Scroll” contest because the city of Fuji is the birthplace of her legend. The winner of the contest comes on stage in all her splendor exciting all the spectators. Also, around 4000 citizens dance the samba together, Taiko drums pound and bamboo pole lantern performances happen one after another. The final program is a fireworks show. The big fireworks bursting in the summer night's sky are a perfect end to the festival.

Facility information
・ Location:Nagata-cho, Fuji-shi, Shizuoka
・ Phone number: 0545-55-2777 (Fuji Festival Implementation Committee)
Fuji River

Fuji River

Along with the Mogami and Kuma rivers, the Fuji River is regarded as one of the three most rapid flowing rivers of Japan. It flows near numerous mountains, including Mt. Fuji, the Southern Japanese Alps, Mt. Chichibu, Yatsugatake, and other 3000-meter-high mountains, finally emptying into Suruga Bay. The mouth of the river is about 2 kilometers-wide, which makes it the widest river in Japan. Photographers love the riverbed and often take pictures of Shinkansen and Mt. Fuji from it. In spring and autumn, work starts for those in the shrimping business. The sakura shrimp that swim across the riverbed are like a dazzling red carpet. They are later caught and dried for sale.

Facility information
・ Location:Kanbara, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka shi, Shizuoka
・ Phone number:0543-85-3111(Kanbara-juku Government)