About the Hitsuki Resort
Our six maisonette rooms sit upon a 6.6-hectare (16-acre) or so site, which offers a spectacular view of a stretch of land that runs from Japan’s most magnificent peak, Mt. Fuji (3,776 m), all the way down to Suruga Bay. We also have a guest cottage with Airstream trailer for a unique stay. With custom-prepared pre-meal tea using Chinese herbal ingredients and various health programs approved by a doctor, guests can refresh their minds and bodies, and experience nature, which can remedy nature-deficit disorder. We are the first such facility in the whole of Japan.
The Hitsuki Resort is one of a group of facilities whose activities are governed by the principle of “Wellness Union.” At the foot of Mt. Fuji, we provide a singular setting for resolving nature deficit disorder.
We aim to promote your health in the spirit of Hippocrates, the father of medicine, who said that “the further away we get from nature, the closer we come to disease.”
The Hitsuki Resort is located on the Asagiri Plateau at the foot of Mt. Fuji within Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. In addition to the rich natural environment and landscape, the highland area has many cultural assets steeped in myth and history. As well as offering accommodation services and health programs, we offer special programs in conjunction with like-minded individuals and organizations.
We hope that by actively experiencing nature you will be able to feel a connection and harmony with the natural environment and will regain a sense of reverence toward it. We look forward to welcoming you.
What are mid-mountain health resorts?
This mid-mountain altitude is composed of hilly terrain and dense forests, and is regarded as a safe and suitable environment for a wide range of climate therapies. The Hitsuki Resort stands at an altitude of 700 meters, an ideal mid-mountain altitude for experiencing climate therapy.
Q1. What time is it possible to check in and check out?
A1. Check in is available from 3 p.m. and check out is available until 11 a.m.
Q2. How can I make a booking?
A2. You can either book through the website, by pressing the “Reservation” button on the top page, or by phoning us on +81(0)544-52-2611 .
Q3. When does a cancelation fee apply?
A3. Cancelation fees are as follows:
-Between 10 and 4 days prior to your stay: 20%
-Between 2 and 3 days prior to your stay: 50%
-The day before or on the day of your stay: 100%
Q4. Since making a booking, the number of people hoping to stay has changed. What should I do?
A4. If the number of guests has changed, please let us know as soon as possible. While it possible to make changes to the number of guests, the cost will change accordingly. Also note that we cannot accept bookings for numbers above our capacity.
Q5. What are your policies on drinking alcohol, smoking, karaoke and fireworks?
A5. We provide alcohol with meals. While smoking is prohibited within the premises, a smoking area is provided next to the restaurant building. Karaoke and fireworks are not permitted, as they contravene the resort’s goal and policy of protecting the natural environment. Additionally, as the Hitsuki Resort is located within a national park, these activities may also adversely affect the local wildlife.
Guests wishing to indulge in karaoke or fireworks are advised to seek an alternative facility.
If guests are found to have caused an undue disturbance to other guests or to have disturbed the tranquility of the resort, they may be refused service or asked to leave. In such cases, no refund will be forthcoming.
Q6. Do you have parking, or are you able to provide a shuttle service?
A6. There is a car park for guests at the resort. We cannot offer a shuttle service.
Q7. Could you tell me more about the meals?
A7. Breakfast only: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
*Please note that we are unable to cater to dietary allergies.
Q8. Is long-term accommodation available?
A8. Please contact us for more details.
Q9. Are there convenience stores or other shops close to the resort?
A9. As the resort is located in the heart of the natural environment, there are no convenience stores within walking distance. For guests with cars, there is one a ten-minute drive from the resort.
Q10. Could you provide more information on the rooms? Do they come with a fridge?
A10. Fridges are provided in all of our guest rooms. Rooms also come furnished with electrical appliances such as televisions, air conditioners and hairdryers, as well as dressing tables and other furnishings.
Q11. Can I send my luggage to the resort prior to my arrival?
A11. Yes, you can. Please inform us of the date and time your luggage is due to arrive, as well as a means of contacting you in an emergency. Please have your luggage sent to the address below. When you do so, please enter the dates of your stay on the delivery slip.
2271 Inokashira, Fujinomiya city, Shizuoka, Japan 418-0108
email@example.comPlease note that we are unable to accept or store valuables, dangerous items or perishables.
Q12. Are towels and toiletries supplied?
A12. All rooms are provided with towels, toothbrushes, shampoo and conditioner. Guests requiring a razor should ask at reception.
Q13. Do rooms come with a bath?
A13. Rooms are furnished with a shower room only but family baths, made from Japanese cypress, with a view of Mt. Fuji can be found in a separate building.
Q14. Can I use the Internet or mobile phones at the resort?
A14. Rooms are not equipped with Wi-Fi, but the restaurant building is. Mobile phone reception varies by provider and location within the resort.
Q15. Can I bring my pet to the resort?
A15. In order to protect the natural environment, we are unable to permit pets as a number of wildlife species can be found both within and around the resort grounds.
Q16. Are there any restrictions on late-night noise?
A16. Late-night noise is not permitted as it contravenes the resort’s goal and policy of protecting the natural environment. Additionally, as the Hitsuki Resort is located within a national park, these activities may also adversely affect the local wildlife.
Q17. Is the resort wheelchair-accessible?
A17. Please note that the resort is not equipped to accept wheelchair users. Furthermore, the purpose and value of a stay at the resort is for guests to immerse themselves in the outdoor environment, which may prove difficult for wheelchair users as some areas may prove inaccessible or difficult to traverse.