Fuji Station Hotel

Address: 2-21 Yokowarihon-cho, Fuji, Shizuoka, Chubu, 416-0923 , Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 2-21 Yokowarihon-cho, Fuji, is near Mount Fuji Park and Asagiri Kogen.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Fuji

Kyoto and Osaka

A travel blog entry by leticiag2013 on Jul 02, 2015

1 comment, 52 photos

... as it is very popular, there were lots of people there. After a great day, we decided to get dinner and we experienced our first bad experience. We went into a Japanese BBQ place and got ripped off. We ordered a meal and were served so little food, it was an obvious rip off. We didn't eat the meal. We tried telling the guy, but he either did not understand or pretended not too. We left the restaurant, he followed us and ...

Mt. Fuji is Right There, Honest!!!

A travel blog entry by michaelandre on Jul 01, 2015

5 photos

... upsetting that the tour company continued with a tour to see a mountain that they knew would not be visible without notifying passengers first. It was very upsetting when we were not able to get the bullet train tickets that we had already paid for and then had to pay out of pocket to get back home.

On the plus side, we got to ride multiple parts of the extensive Tokyo transportation system and saw beautiful Japanese houses and gardens in the countryside.
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Chapter Twenty Six

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on Jun 06, 2015

5 photos

... to get some tempura as well, as I hadn't had any yet. My main course was a chewy noodle soup with bear meat. Or that's at least what they said it was. It cost a staggering 3100 yen and the dish as a whole underwhelming. The meat didn't taste exotic at all, and it was somewhat tough. The tempura was better, came with rice, and was 1300 yen. Well, at least now I can say that I've had bear. After dinner we walked back and missed our street. We ended ...

Backroads Japan

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 29, 2015

37 photos

... the most intricate one requires more than 300 manipulations to open! By the time we finished shopping, it has started to rain. We adjusted our plans and visited a private museum (there are hundreds of them around the country) with a great view of the lake. Mt Fuji unfortunately was behind rain clouds. The most amazing displays were the collection of kaleidoscopes and Chinese jade and ivory carvings. Some nice modern Japanese art as well.
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Izu Peninsula - Izu

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 26, 2015

34 photos

... town. This is a hilly area with an indented coastline, the tiny villages are way below, usually located at one of the many inlets. Scuba diving is a popular tourist attraction in this part of the Izu Peninsula. When we want to visit one of the tiny villages we have to take a narrow, winding and steep road down to sea level. In the fishing village itself the roads are very narrow too, usually only one lane and you have to be lucky not to have a car come from the opposite ...