|The Fuji-Hakone Guest House is a wonderful place to stay while visiting Hakone or Mt. Fuji and trying onsen.|
|Our private room slept 4 people.|
The guest house is right off the main road in a nice location close to a few shops and restaurants. Everything closes pretty early on the mountain as it is mostly a day time place for tourists and those vacationing. There is no bumping night life or club nearby, so if you're looking for a party this is not the place. The area around the guest house is lush with trees and beautiful views of the mountains.
|The indoor onsen, we opened the window at night to cool down!|
|The guest house breakfast is nice but you can also cook in the kitchen.|
|Inside the common area at Fuji-Hakone Guest house.|
I highly recommend buying the Hakone Fuji Day pass and staying at this guest house. The price is very reasonable for what you get and it is comfortable and easy. Sharing the room with 3 or 4 other people can help you cut down on your costs and will give you a traditional Japanese experience. For a lower price they have dormitory rooms, however these were fully booked when we called. Make sure to call ahead of time and make a reservation. They will take your credit card information to hold the room, but there is no room charge for canceling or changing. They are quite flexible and have wonderful service!
|Our breakfast that we cooked in the kitchen. All ingredients came from the Lawson's convenience store!|
|The front entrance sign to the Fuji-Hakone Guest House.|
|My friends and I messing around after the 10 pm curfew.|
|The beautiful main rod which will take you to nearby restaurants and museums.|
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