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Official Tourism Website of Mount Fuji in Yamanashi Prefecture "Home of Mt.Fuji, Yamanashi" > Sightseeing spots > Isawa Area > Recreation > Saiko Iyashino-Sato Nenba (Healing Village)

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Saiko Iyashino-Sato Nenba (Healing Village)

Area:Mt. Fuji/Fuji Five Lakes

Nenba, standing on the shores of Lake Sai with the stunning Mt. Fuji as a backdrop, was once an area lined with thatched roof houses.
Nowadays however, that image has all but disappeared.
So with the aim of reviving that traditional Japanese scene of a thatched roof village, Fujikawaguchiko-machi has restored 23 thatched roof houses and created Saiko Iyashino-Sato Nenba (Healing Village).
The first stage was opened on July 15th, 2006.
The village has a variety of facilities for everyone to enjoy.
The aim is to have something in each individual building such as traditional craft making activities, museums and galleries, shops selling local products, cafes and restaurants etc.

Location

Zip-code

401-0333

Address

Nenba, Saiko-nishi, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minami-tsuru-gun

Transportation

Nearest I.C.

Chuo Expressway, Kawaguchiko IC

Nearest station

Fuji Kyuko Line, Kawaguchiko Station

Nearest highway bus stop

Kawaguchiko eki

Nearest bus stop

Saiko Iyashinosato Nennba

Transportation details

By car25 minutes from Chuo Expressway /By Retro Bus 50 minutes from Fuji Kyuko Line Kawaguchiko station

Parking

Bus

20buses

Car

120cars

Notes

Free parking

Facilities

Rest room 

Activities Program

Available

List of hands-on programs, remarks

Pottery and Incense

Can be enjoyed in wet weather

Yes

Facilities List

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Contact

Name

Saiko Iyashinosato Nenba

Telephone number

0555-20-4677

Fax number

0555-20-4678

Time required

25 minutes by car from the Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko I.C.

Opening Days

Year-around

Opening Hours

9:00am-5:00pm

Fee

Admission (per person)
Adults: 200 yen
Elementary and junior high school students: 100 yen
Parking fee (per vehicle)
Medium/large-sized buses and over: 1,000 yen
Mini buses: 500 yen
Other vehicles: 300 yen

Views

View of Mt. Fuji 

Service in other languages is available

Foreign language assistance

English |Chinese |Korean

Universal Design

Assistance dogs allowed  Accessible slope  Wheelchair user participation  Medical service/First aid  No steps   Stair rails  Parking for wheelchair visitors  Rest room for wheelchair users  Automatic door for major entrances  Wheelchair rental 

This information is current as of March 19, 2014
The contents are subject to change without prior notification.
Please contact each facility, shop or tourist spot for further information.