As a general rule of thumb, staying at one of the mountain huts costs between ¥5,000-8,000 and a hot meal is about ¥1,000 extra. Although the lodges may take guests if they have spare room, you should book well in advance. The weekends in July and August, as well as during o-bon in mid-August, see the most climbers, and it is by no means guaranteed that spaces will be available if you just show up unannounced. The lodges do have some information available in English on their websites, but they they don’t differ from each other all that much. Reservations need to be made over the telephone, although a few lodges do have online booking forms. See here for a complete guide to climbing Mount Fuji.

Mountain Huts on the 5th Station

Satogoya
Okuniwaso
Fujikyu Unjokaku
Fujisan Miharashi

Mountain Huts on the 6th Station

Satomidaira Seikanso

Mountain Huts on the 7th Station

Hanagoya
  • 2,700 meters | 8,856 feet
  • 090-7234-9955
  • No website
  • 150 person capacity
Hinodekan
Nanagome Tomoekan
Kamaiwakan
Fujiichikan
Toriiso
Toyokan

Mountain Huts on the 8th Station and Above

Taishikan
Horaikan
Hakuunso
Gansomuro
Honhachigome Tomoekan
Fujisan Hotel
Goraikokan
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