About this sight
The Kawaguchiko Music Forest is a museum on the banks of Lake Kawaguchi.
Cafe La Boheme
Cafe La Boheme is a stylish cafe with a view of Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi-ko.
Kawaguchi-ko Sarumawashi Theater
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From every room, from the common bathing area filled with water from the Fuji onsen. Yo can enjoy one of the finest views of Mt Fuji and its lakes, and experien
Kubota Itchiku Art Museum
Museum dedicated to the kimono artist Kubota Itchiku (1917-2003) who revived the lost art of Tsujigahana fabric dying.
Yamanashi Gem Museum
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Only a 3-minute walk from Lake Kawaguchi in the Mount Fuji area, Den’s Inn features dormitory-style accommodations with free WiFi. Kawaguchiko Train Station is
Offering traditional rooms with views of Mount Fuji and Lake Kawaguchi, Komaya Ryokan has a hot public bath and can serve home-cooked Japanese meals for breakfa
Situated at Kawaguchi-ko Lake, Weekend Shuffle treats its guests to a terrace, a spacious lounge and complimentary tea, while free WiFi is provided in all areas
Situated just a 3-minute walk from scenic Lake Kawaguchi, Gasthof Melange offers cosy non-smoking accommodation with a large public bath and a hot tub. Free Wi-
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