Stay Experience



14 Guest House Mt.Fuji

An inn where a 50-year-old building was renovated.

The main guesthouse is on the 4th and 5th floors.

・Western-style toilet

・Microwave oven
・Electric pot
・Coffee machine

・Hair drier
・Laundry machine





・Bath towel
・Face towel
・Body soap​




Hairbrush​Sleep mask

Skincare set   Shampoo/Conditioner/Make remover/ Face wash/ Body soap

Laundry detergent


All guests can cook in the kitchen space.

There is a complete set of tableware needed for cooking.


Both dormitory and private rooms do not have the facilities for washing, toilets and showers, so use common ones.


There are no shampoo and body soap facilities available, so we are sold at the reception.

​Common Space

You can eat in a spacious space and have plenty of outlets so you can work at common space  and have a relaxing time. It is also a place of encounter where another foreigner guests are connected.


You can see the Mt. Fuji from the front when you go up the spiral staircase from the balcony on the 5th floor.


The moment you look at Mt. Fuji in the evening will be a wonderful trip memory.


Please have a washing machine on the 4th floor Common Space. It is available once for 100 yen.

​Free Wi-Fi

No Smoking

​No smoking in this Building.

​Whole town is your ”home”.

What is “53 Stations of the Tōkaidō”


The 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō(東海道五十三次 Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi) are the rest areas along the Tōkaidō, which was a coastal route that ran from Nihonbashi in Edo (modern-day Tokyo) to Sanjō Ōhashi in Kyoto.


In 1832 Hiroshige traveled from Edo(modern-day Tokyo)to Sanjō Ōhashi in Kyoto.The landscape of the trip left a strong impression on him.He sketched many views of the trip.

After he returned to his hometown, he started making the 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō. The picture came to be called Ukiyo-e of Japanese traditional culture.

Hiroshige was one of the most successful and famous Ukiyo-e painters in the Edo period.


Route Tōkaidō was main artery Edo to Kyoto. It was the most important road.


And here Yoshihara is the 14th post town from Tokyo where The 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō started.

​We will offer you a comfortable and enjoyable stay for you

by having spaces such as our longer.

​You can enjoy more by visiting the town around the Guest House.





Public transport

For those coming by train, bus or car

Information is available on the ACCESS page.




When you arrive at Yoshiwara, head to the Sawada Building.

Our guesthouse is on the 4th and 5th floors.

We will be happy to guide your stay.

​Fully enjoy the town

To find restaurants, attractions and shops around the town, 

​you can go comfortably when you see this website.

​Work shop

We offer you exclusive access to workshops where apprenticeship experience will deepen connections with the local community, so take advantage of this unique opportunity. (※OPTIONAL)

​Mt.Fuji Tourism Climbing Route 3776 is

42 km long route which starts from 0m above sea level and end of Mt.Fuji which is 3776m above sea level.

The long-distance route “Mt. Fuji Tourism Climbing Route 3776”

is gaining popularity.


Stayed before climbing, after descending at Yoshiwara shopping street,

Workshops that can be experienced by craftsmen.

You can walk around the streets of Fuji

Hang around! 3776m is also recommended.



3-chōme-3-23 Yoshiwara, Fuji, Shizuoka


静岡県富士市吉原3-3-23 4/5F 


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