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Mt. Fuji Mountain Huts (富士山の山小屋)
for the Yoshida and Fujinomiya Trails new icon
(Info current as of July 2019
*)

Yoshida Trail (吉田登山道) mountain huts:

Station
Mt. Fuji
Mountain Hut Name
Sleeps
Office Telephone
Hut Telephone (H)
Elevation (m)
(1 m =
3.28 ft)
Opens
Closes
5
Sato-goya
左藤小屋
(EWP, ESS, OBE)
100
0555-23-1807
0555-22-1945 (H)
090-3133-2230 (H)
2230
Year Round
Year Round

5

Okuniwa-so
奥庭荘
(ESS)

Rest 350/
Sleep 90

0555-82-2910

2300

Late April

Late Nov.

5

Unjokaku
雲上閣
(EWP, OBE, OBJ)
(see note below)

100

0555-72-1355

2305

July 1

Sept. 9

5 Fujisan Miharashi
富士山みはらし
(OBE)
68
080-2681-3776 (H)
2305 June 30
Sept. 10
6
Seikanso
星観荘
(EWP, ESS, OBJ)
100
0555-24-6090
0555-24-6524 (H)

2325

Late
June
Mid-Oct.
7
Hana-goya
花小屋
150
0555-22-2208
090-7234-9955 (H)

2700

July 1
Sept. 10
7
Hinode-kan
日の出館
(EWP)
150
0555-22-0396
0555-24-6522 (H)

2720

July 1
Sept. 10
7
Nanagome Tomoe-kan
七合目トモエ館
(EWP, OBE, OBJ)
150
0555-24-6521 (H)

2740

July 1
Sept. 10
7
Kamaiwa-kan
鎌岩館
(EWP, OBE)
150
080-1299-0223 (H)

2790

June 29
Sept. 10
7
Fuji-ichikan
富士一館
(EWP, OBE)
130
080-1036-6691
2800
July 1
Aug. 31
7
Torii-so
鳥居荘
(OBJ)
250
0555-84-2050
080-2347-0514 (H)

2900

July 1
Sept. 9
7
Toyokan
東洋館
(EWP, OBE)
320
0555-22-1040

3000

June 30
Sept. 9
8
Taishi-kan
太子館
(EWP, ESS, OBE)
350
0555-22-1947
0555-24-6516 (H)

3100

July 1
Sept. 9
8
Horai-kan
蓬莱館
150
0555-22-3498
0555-24-6515 (H)

3150

July 1
Sept. 8
8
Hakuun-so
白雲荘
(EWP, ESS)
300
0555-22-1322
  0555-24-6514 (H)

3200

July 1
Sept. 10
8
Gansomuro
元祖室
(EWP, OBE)
200
090-4549-3250
0555-24-6513

3250

July 1
Sept. 9
8
Fujisan Hotel
富士山ホテル
(ESS, OBE)
350
0555-22-0237
0555-24-6512 (H)

3400

June 30
Sept. 9
8
Hon-Hachigome Tomoe-kan
本八合目トモエ館
(EWP, OBE, OBJ)
200
0555-24-6511 (H)

3400

July 1
Sept. 10
8.5
Goraiko-kan
御来光館
(EWP, ESS, OBE)
160
0555-73-8987
0555-73-8815

3450

July 1
Sept. 10
10 (top
of trail)
Yamaguchiya
山口屋
(ESS)
150 0550-75-2012
090-5858-3776 (H)
3740 July 26 Aug. 24
10 (top
of trail)
Ougiya
扇屋
50 0550-89-0069
090-1563-3513 (H)
3740 July 10 Sept. 8
Notes:
  • Opening/closing dates are subject to change, depending on weather (snow) conditions
  • (EWP) = English webpage
  • (ESS) = English-speaking staff
  • (OBE) = Online booking in English
  • (OBJ) = Online booking in Japanese
  • Japan's country code is 81, and when the above phone numbers are called from overseas, the area code's leading "zero" is dropped; thus 0555-84-2179 would be dialed as +81-555-84-2179, and 090-7182-4662 becomes +81-90-7182-4662. Dialed from America, the latter number would be 011-81-90-7182-4662 (including the 011 international prefix). Numbers beginning with 090 & 080 are cell phones.
  • * The above chart was updated with June 2019 info I received in person on July 9, 2019 from the Tokyo Tourist Info Center. Last year's 2018 info on Mt. Fuji mountain huts for ALL four routes can be found here: https://partners-pamph.jnto.go.jp/simg/pamph/293.pdf
  • Average Mt. Fuji mountain hut overnight fees generally range from ¥5500-8000, with the more expensive charges for weekends and higher elevations. Meal charges are generally around ¥1000. (2012 prices for most of the huts above are here, and are obviously outdated, but might be useful for comparative purposes. Also, you'll want to disregard the phone numbers and opening/closing dates on that page, as the info on this page you are now viewing is more current.)
  • Starting from July 1, 2018, a manned exchange center will be introduced onto the 1st floor of Fujikyu Unjokaku which will handle 158 different currencies, every day during climbing season from 7:00am-10:00pm. Fujikyu Unjokaku’s capsule hotel service Mt. Fuji Lodge is introducing an online booking system. Bookings will take place on the Fujikyu Unjokaku website and can be made in Japanese or English – with credit and debit cards, too (also with non-Japanese online travel agents such as Expedia and Agoda).

Fujinomiya Trail (富士宮登山道) mountain huts: new icon

Mt. Fuji Fujinomiya mountain huts
Source: Tourism Division, Fujinomiya City Hall


Mt. Fuji mountain hut reservations FAQ:

A number of Mt. Fuji huts start accepting reservations from April. If there are no provisions on their websites offering online reservations, you might try the office (off-season) phone numbers above to contact the huts.
​​
They will usually ask for:
1) Your (or group leader's) name (please spell it slowly)
2) Your date(s) of stay
3) Number of males/females in your group
4) Whether you'd like dinner and/or breakfast

If you speak slowly and use easy English, there shouldn’t be any major communication issues.

Since Mt. Fuji became registered as a World Heritage Site in June 2013, reservations have become absolutely necessary. They only accept cash and do provide very basic, rudimentary bedding.

[Sources: Thanks to the Tokyo Tourist Information Center, Fujiyoshida City, and the Japan National Tourism Organization]




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