Experience the Magic of
the Crown Jewel of
Here we offer a sanctuary that refreshes the mind and revitalizes the spirit, where the sacred volcano’s presence is captured throughout the walls of the hotel—all while towering majestically outside of our doors.
With an abundance of activities and rich natural beauty to relish, Fujisan Mishima Tokyu Hotel is the perfect place to unwind in ultimate comfort while surrounded by geographical wonders.
Fujisan Mishima Tokyu Hotel is situated near iconic Mt. Fuji about 45 minutes outside of the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. Upon arriving at Mishima Station via the Tokaido Shinkansen, our property is just a 1-minute walk away from the South Exit, offering easy transportation to popular sightseeing spots as well as the charming towns of Izu City and Hakone.
Invigorate the Senses
by Visiting Japan’s
Whether you’re gazing out of a window at our hotel or actually stepping foot onto the summit, Mt. Fuji’s uplifting aura has the power to clear the mind and
ease the spirit no matter where
From Lush Greenery to Hot Springs, Enjoy Leisure Travel at its Finest
As one of Japan’s finest onsen resort villages, people often venture out to Hakone for the rejuvenating power of its bubbling hot springs. Aside from taking a dip in its healing waters, Hakone is a wonderful area for serene nature walks, lake excursions, and world-class museum tours.
A Countryside Setting Brimming with Nostalgia
Within the Izu Peninsula (another area close to Mishima), Shuzenji and Shimoda in particular exude an elegant Japanese atmosphere filled with a sense of tradition. Add a train ride along the east coast to your itinerary for beaches and pretty coastlines.
The stunning landscapes of Mishima transform with each passing season, providing a breathtaking backdrop to an array of tours and outdoor activities suitable for visitors of all ages.
Immerse yourself in this charming city and its surrounding neighborhoods for the full experience.
Hakone Cherry Blossom Route
Admire the view of Mt. Fuji and a sea of bright pink sakura (cherry blossoms) from the Mishima Skywalk, Japan’s longest and most thrilling suspension bridge. Then head to Hakone Garden, where a single, massive sakura tree has thrived beautifully for over 100 years. Fire up a barbecue with friends at Ashinoko Camp Mura and end the journey at Odawara Castle Park, where around 300 cherry blossoms can be seen in full bloom during springtime.
Mt. Fuji Climbing Adventure
Climbing season at Mt. Fuji is from July to September each year. Although the trek is long, the hiking path makes for a true nature walk filled with alpine flora and rugged rock formations that can’t be found in the city. Finally, there’s an incomparable sense of accomplishment, especially when you’ve reached the top just in time to catch an unbelievable sunrise or sunset.
Autumn Leaves Route Through the Izu Peninsula
During autumn, Shuzenji is bathed in fiery red and yellow hues, inviting visitors to take a stroll through this peaceful little hot spring town in search of the best fall foliage. Other fall-favorite activities include sampling delicious craft beer from the local brewery, learning about Japanese food culture at Kanesa Bonito in Nishiizu, and taking pictures of the idyllic coastline at Senganmon Beach.
Shopping and Strawberry Picking
This time of year welcomes a dazzling winter wonderland, especially on the slopes. After playing to your heart’s content in fresh powder snow, take some time to visit the regal palace at Kunozan Toshogu Shrine, dedicated to the famous shogun, Ieyasu Tokugawa. Near Shimizu Port, you can also pick fresh strawberries, which are in season from winter to spring.
Sitting atop the hotel at
60 meters above ground, our communal bath is a special escape for guests to retreat to after a long day.
Its design draws in a comfortable, free-flowing breeze while opening the space up to a soothing scene that stars Mt. Fuji.
A soothing soak A superb view A moment of bliss
Aside from Mt. Fuji, the bath facility overlooks the base of Hakone and Suruga Bay.
Depending on the season and the weather, the outdoor scenery constantly evolves into new picturesque forms.
Head to the top floor Bask in the ambience
The water used to fill the bath originates from rain and snow that have trickled down Mt. Fuji through its mineral-rich surface over time.
Considered a gift from the spiritual summit, soaking in this natural water feels like a blessing.
Our restaurant features a delectable menu of freshly caught seafood from nearby fishing ports along with locally grown produce. Even after returning home, delicious memories of the local cuisine will be enough to have you planning the next visit.
Our flame-grilled dishes are prepared using both Japanese and Western cooking styles, fusing the distinct taste of each season into every bite.
We source vegetables directly from fields spread across a 50-meter-high slope on the west bank of Hakone, which gives our menu an undeniable
Located on the 13th floor, the restaurant’s city views, contemporary space, energetic atmosphere, and dynamic fire grilling method all come together for an unforgettable meal.
Fujisan Mishima Tokyu Hotel
17-1 Ichiban-cho, Mishima-shi, Shizuoka, Japan
Guests using public transportation
- 1-minute walk from the Mishima Station South Exit, connected to the JR Tokaido Shinkansen and Tokaido Main Line
- 1-minute walk from Mizu Station, connected to the Izu Hakone Railway
Guests traveling by car
- 15 minutes from Nagaizumi-Numazu IC on Shin-Tomei Expressway
- 15 minutes from Numazu IC on Tomei Expressway
- 30 minutes from Hakone and Lake Ashi on Route 1
Guests traveling by plane
- From Narita International Airport:
use the Narita Express train to transfer to Tokyo Station and take the Tokaido Shinkansen "Hikari" for 1 hour and 45 minutes
- From Kansai International Airport:
use the Limited Express train to transfer to Shin-Osaka Station and take the Tokaido Shinkansen "Hikari" for 3 hours and 20 minutes
- From Mt. Fuji Shizuoka Airport:
ride a limousine bus to Shizuoka Station and take the Tokaido Shinkansen "Hikari" for 1 hour and 30 minutes