*Noh is a kind of traditional Japanese theatrical performance.
There are actually 2 locations owned by the same owner: Hitsuki Club and Seiyoen.
The rooms at Hitsuki Club are housed in independent cottages with own private bath and toilet in each unit with most of them having a view of Mt. Fuji. The rooms at Seiyoen are housed in a large 200-year old renovated guesthouse with shared bath and toilets without a view of Mt. Fuji, but you can take a 10min walk up the mountain to see it. Rates are different between the two places.
The above was the cottage where I stayed and Mt Fuji is on the right!
All rooms at Hitsuki Club are fully equipped with air-con/heater, hot water, electric kettle, mini fridge, and hair dryer. The hotel also provides disposable slippers, towels, hangers, mugs, cups, toothpaste, toothbrush, hand soap, body wash, shampoo and conditioner.
refer to my comic here. Also note that this bath house is in another small cottage within 10sec walk away from main building.
Guided Morning Walk (free)
Herbal Water Making (3000yen per pax, min. 4 persons to run)
Shiraito Falls is located within a 10min drive from Hitsuki Club. Alternatively, you can drop down at the highway bus stop while making your way to the hotel. To continue traveling to Hitsuki Club, catch a cab at the taxi terminal opposite the bus stop. It will take 10 min by cab to the hotel.
Lake Tanuki is reachable within a 10min walk from Hitsuki Club.
Jimba Falls is within a 10 min walk from Seiyoen.
Makai Farmrecorded here.
Asagiri HighlandI didn't go there as it is a 20-30min drive northwards. You can find roaming cattle and do paragliding with Mt. Fuji right in front of you.
Getting There/ Access
If you cannot travel within that time, another method is to take a highway bus that has more frequent runs to Fujinomiya station, then transfer to a local bus.
Some of the activities such as Massage Cream Making and Blowdart courses require a minimum of two persons to run, so your activities will be limited if you travel alone (maybe just nature walks around the mountain and lake). If you don't have a car but have 3-4 people, you can ask if the hotel can provide transportation to places for an additional fee. Everything is highly customisable so please email them to enquire first and book the activities in advance :)
Rates and ContactA night's stay at Hitsuki Club will cost 16,000yen per pax for 2 persons in a cottage (i.e. 32,000yen for 2 persons). If you stay alone, it will be 21,000 yen. Breakfast and dinner are included. All prices are without tax and accurate up to Mar 2016. Please visit website for latest information.
Website: Hitsuki Club / Seiyoen.