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Welcome to Fuji Onsenji Yumedono Ryokan

[Charity Stay for Eastern Japan Earthquake]

We at Fuji Onsenji YUMEDONO pray for Japan’s swift recovery from the earthquake.
Therefore we will donate 10% of your staying charge (5% from your bill and 5% from us) to quake-hit areas.
The money will be handled responsibly, care of the Japan Red Cross Society.

Fuji Onsenji Yumedono is a luxurious Ryokan, or Japanese style inn,
located in the Kawaguchi resort area near Mount Fuji in Japan.

As well as being known as a splendid Onsen or hot springs, there is fantastic views of Mount Fuji,
a place considered very sacred by the Japanese.
We offer accommodations with very exclusive services and excellent Japanese cuisine

The appearance of our Ryokan is in the old Japanese castle style and usually always overwhelms people by its grandiose architecture and surrounding natural beauty. Guest rooms are luxurious with a royal atmosphere in harmony with the beauty of the ryokan's architecture. Every guest room has its own private open-air bathroom or Onsen(hot springs) and is a perfect place to enjoy sensual Japanese rituals of relaxation without any disturbances.

Onsenji Yumedono can be considered a dream palace,
since the Japanese word 'yume' means dream and 'dono' means palace.
Staying at our Ryokan will be a lasting, memorable experience
in the art of traditional Japanese accommodations.

The Kawaguchiko Resort & Mount Fuji Area

Mount Fuji is surrounded by five lakes which are called Fujigoko (Five Fuji Lakes).

Lake Kawaguchi is one of the five lakes and is the most popular,
where you can enjoy spectacular views of Mount Fuji and indulge in superb Onsen (hot springs).

The Fujigoko area is abundant with beautiful scenery and the area has rich,
fertile soil produced by volcano activity of Mount Fuji.
The Kawaguchiko area is considered the most developed of the resort areas in the Mount Fuji area
with many attractions, from museums to lake cruises.

Information Guide for climbing Mt.Fuji.

Japan's one of the largest theme park is 5 min drive away. Fuji-Q High Land

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