Yamanakako Hot Spa-Beni Fuji no Yu

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Boasting the open-air bath in a large garden that you enjoy hot spring viewing Mt.Fuji close by. The view of Mt.Fuji is seen from all bathrooms. There are 2 types of sauna and is a bedrock bath. There are facilities and services such as a spacious room, a restaurant providing local cuisine Hoto, massage, and beauty-treatment, so you can fully enjoy here all day long. On weekends and holidays from December to March, the spa opens at 6:00 am, so you can see the ‘Beni Fuji ‘, the red colored snow-capped Mt.Fuji.(Wine list of Yamanashi Prefecture)Yamanakako Wine


Venue Address

401-0501 865-776 Yamanaka, Yamanakako-mura, Minamitsuru-gun

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