The 5th Station of Mt. Fuji is located on the side of Mt. Fuji. It is accessible by buses coming from various stations located at the foot of the mountain.
One thing that you will be sugeested to do in Japan, is going to Onsen (hotsprings). Many tourists are planning for Onsen and having their relax time.
Let us introduce the highly popular hotspring "FUJIYAMA ONSEN" in Mount Fuji region.
The natural “onsen” hot spring is situated inside the Fuji-Q Highland area and boasts high-quality exclusive pipeline, view of Mt. Fuji, and Japanese taste.
Its building had been built with Japanese local traditional methods which had reproducted "MACHIYA-DUKURI" in the motif of "KASUKABE JYUTAKU" from inportant national treasure of "Hidatakayama".
The large bath area is one of the largest of such kind fully made by wood. The hydrogencarbonate-based water is rich in minerals, proven to have 20 types of remedies, and is said to produce beautiful skin.
The grandeur view of Mt. Fuji in the rest area should provide additional refreshment. There is also an exclusive ladies’ floor, which comes with reclining chairs and esthetic services for a gorgeous time.
There some rules that you need to follow when you take a bath or hotspring (Onsen).
- (1) Take off even your underwear before you go into the bath area.
- (2) Wash yourself well before getting into the bathtub.
- (3) Keep your towel out of the bathtub.
- (4) Do not run in the bath area, and do not swim in the bathtub.
- (5) Refrain from taking video and photos, or washing your clothes or underwear.
- (6) Wipe yourself off before coming out of the dressing area.
After enjyoing activities around Mount Fuji, let's have your bodies relaxed with good knowledge of taking an Onsen
|Address:||4-1524 Shinnishihara Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi Prefecture|
|Hours:||7:00 ～9:00 (morning)
|Closed:||some days closed because of facility inspections|
|Directions:||Close by Kawaguchiko interchange of Chuo Highway Free shuttle bus availavle from Mt. Fuji station|
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