PICA Yamanakako village

Outdoor · Auberge which can be enjoyed by hand


Street address

Yamanashi Prefecture Minamitsuru-gun Yamanakako village Hirano 506-296


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" PICA Yamanaka Lake village " Information

■ Address: 506-296 Yamanakako village Hirano, Minamitsuru gun, Yamanashi prefecture
■ Telephone: 0555-30-4580
■ Distance from Highland: It is approximately ten minutes by car from Higashi Fuji Goko Highway "Yamanakako Inter". Approximately 25 minutes by car to Fuji-Q Highland

Guests can enjoy 17 outdoor cottages where hammocks and bonfires can be enjoyed, and "outdoor auberge" where you can enjoy dinner and morning at the Restaurant and BBQ garden. Want to spend relaxing Family also, it is perfect for couples who want to spend a romantic moment.

" FUJIYAMA KITCHEN", a dining table where you can feel the four seasons at Mt. Fuji, " FUJIYAMA GARDEN WORKS" which you can taste carefully selected locally produced meat and sticky vegetables with barbecue while feeling the wind of Yamanakako while being shaken by a hammock in the forest Facilities that can relax relaxingly in nature such as "Hammock Cafe" where you can enjoy coffee and hot dogs are also substantial.

It is not only conveniently located next to the Highway Bus terminal (Forest station Asahi-kioka), but also convenient for access as the shuttle bus heads to Mt. Fuji Station, Kawaguchiko Station and Highland Station. You can also feel free to visit Fuji-Q Highland you have entered free of charge.


How to enjoy " PICA Yamanaka Lake village "

Lake Yamanaka is right there

It is approximately 1.6km from " PICA Yamanaka Lake village " to Lake Yamanaka. Location that is perfect for walking along the lake and sightseeing. If you head to Fuji-Q Highland please use the transfer service for the guests.

I can enjoy the chef's gastronomy

Cooking is authentic while outdoor style to stay at cottage. You can enjoy the cuisine's cuisine at the Restaurant . Please cook dishes that used seasonal seasonal ingredients, brand meat in Yamanashi Prefecture, and Numazu Suruga Bay seafood.