History Fujiya Hotel

Fujiya Hotel

Since 1878, Fujiya Hotel has been renowned globally as one of the most classical resort hotels in Japan. With a reputation for its incomparable hospitality and service, the Fujiya Hotel has drawn many dignitaries and celebrities from all over the world throughout the century.

Charles Chaplin, Helen Keller, John Lennon, Prince Albert (later George VI) of the UK, the Swedish Crown Prince and his retinue, the Emperor Showa, the current Emperor and Empress, and many others have visited the Fujiya and stayed here.
In Hakone you are able to stay in architecturally significant buildings, where you will receive the highest levels of service.
The hotel is located in Miyanoshita, in the middle of the Hakone area, making it a convenient base for touring around the region, whether your interests are sightseeing in Hakone or shopping at the Gotemba Outlet Mall.

Fujiya Hotel now accommodates a maximum of 300 guests in 146 western style guest rooms at the 5 hotel houses (Main Building, Comfy Lodge, Restful Cottage, Flower Palace and Forest Lodge) built in 1891 thru 1960 and in 3 Japanese rooms at Kikka-so Inn, a former imperial villa, built in 1895. The old charming houses of the Main Building since 1891, the Comfy Lodge and the Restful Cottage since 1906, the Restaurant House since 1930, the Flower Palace since 1936 and the Kikka-so Inn since 1895 have been appointed The Cultural Assets by Japan's Cultural Properties Protection Commission.
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Fujiya Hotel
Country: Japan
City: Hakone-machi
Opening date: 1878

Note from the Host

General Manager Mr. Shoichi Yoshida


250-0404 Japan, Hakone-machi
Tel: +81 460-82-2211
Fax: +81 460-82-2210

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