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Hotels in Yamanakako start at $65 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Want to make memories in Chubu? Desire somewhere to put your feet up? Travelocity's portal contains many options. You can access around 16 hotels and apartments within a short drive of of Yamanakako.
The Gora Tensui is about 15 miles (25 kilometers) outside the town center of Yamanakako. Another place to stay is the Mikawaya Ryokan, which is 16 miles (26 kilometers) away. Other alternatives in the region include the Yamagaso and the Ooike Hotel.
After you have enjoyed Yamanakako, why not take the time to discover the varied cultural and natural attractions of the Chubu area. Chubu is famous for its beaches, mountains, active volcanos and rolling hills. The most popular traveler destinations are ruins. In this fascinating part of Japan visitors may also partake in snowboarding and skiing.
Looking for more activities? Consider spending some time exploring Monde Winery and Yamanashi Mars Winery, which can be found in Isawa Onsen, 20 miles (34 kilometers) northwest of Yamanakako. Some Travelocity-listed Isawa Onsen hotel options include the Hanayagi No Sho Keizan and Hotel Route-Inn Court Kofu Isawa. 5 miles (8 kilometers) west of Yamanakako, you will find Fujiyoshida, which features the Hotel Route-Inn Court Fujiyoshida and Yasuragino Bettei Shikitei. Whether you're just passing through or staying in Fujiyoshida, a couple of places to add to your itinerary are the Fuji-Q Highland and Komitake Shrine.
Before your Yamanakako trip comes to an end, why not spend an hour or two hanging out in the company of avid supporters at an engaging game. Tokyo Dome is 55 miles (85 kilometers) to the east of Yamanakako. If you are thinking about finding accommodation in the vicinity, make a reservation in the The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo or Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi.