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In Shizuoka's Fuji-no-Miya City, There's Cheap and Comfortable Cabin House YADO

Writer : tinyasu

Cabin House YADO is located in Fuji-no-Miya, a city in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Cheaper than a business hotel, it's much more comfortable than a typical capsule hotel.
Here, I'd like to introduce this hotel, recommended as a base for business or leisure activities in the areas around Mount Fuji!

The exterior of Cabin House YADO
The exterior of Cabin House YADO

It just opened in March of 2017, and room rates run about ¥2500 per night.

The vicinity of the hotel
The vicinity of the hotel

It's just 3 minutes on foot to Sengen-Taisha, Mount Fuji's main Shinto Shrine, and a 5-minute walk to Fuji-no-Miya Station and Aeon Shopping Mall.
There are pharmacies and convenience stores nearby, as well as Marugame-Seimen, part of a popular udon noodle chain.

Another good point about this place is that your luggage can be held here before check-in or after checkout.

A map of the parking lot locations
A map of the parking lot locations

The parking lots are a little far from the hotel.

A free parking lot
A free parking lot

Free parking is available for 19 cars.
On this day, there was plenty of space to park.

The entrance
The entrance
The reception desk
The reception desk
The amenities
The amenities

From here, everyone takes a towel and any other necessities.
The room wear, towels and toothbrushes are free, so you can come here empty-handed!

Room wear and slippers
Room wear and slippers
Food for sale
Food for sale

Snacks and cup noodles are sold here.

Lockers for your valuables
Lockers for your valuables
The lounge
The lounge

It's very spacious, with a nice ambience.

The unisex toilet on the 1st floor
The unisex toilet on the 1st floor
The "Washlet" toilet
The "Washlet" toilet
A free drink vending machine
A free drink vending machine

There are free drink vending machines on the first and second floors. Oolong tea, green tea, Doutor Coffee and "active" carbonated water are offered. Drink as much as you like!

The microwave and hot water pot
The microwave and hot water pot

On each floor, the lounge is equipped with a microwave and hot water pot.

The entrance to the cabins
The entrance to the cabins

From here, we enter the lodging area. Women are on the second floor, men on the third floor. Beyond these doors, you won't meet members of the opposite sex.

Card authentication
Card authentication

The door operates on a card authentication system, so security is assured.

The lockers
The lockers
The patterns in the hallway and on the walls
The patterns in the hallway and on the walls

Although the room rate is reasonable, the interior truly has the air of a traditional Japanese inn.

The stairway
The stairway

Unfortunately, there is no elevator.

3F男性樓層的示意圖
A map of the men's cabins on the 3rd floor
The third floor lounge
The third floor lounge

In the third floor lounge, you can eat take-out food.

The PC booth
The PC booth

This is the PC booth. Fully equipped with wireless LAN and electrical outlets, you can do work here. There's also free WiFi throughout the building.

The walls are decorated with Ukiyoe prints
The walls are decorated with Ukiyoe prints
The cabin room
The cabin room

A curtain serves as the cabin's entrance and exit.

Such a Wide Cabin! Recommended for those who Avoid Capsule Hotels

Room type: Akamatsu
Room type: Akamatsu

There are four room types, and this time, I reserved a wide cabin that cost ¥500 extra.
This wasn't a bunk bed. With a high ceiling above, I felt no sense of something pressing on me.

The futon blanket and pillow
The futon blanket and pillow
The ceiling connects to other rooms.
The ceiling connects to other rooms.
A large-screen TV is attached to the wall.
A large-screen TV is attached to the wall.

The selection is limited, but you can watch as many movies or anime as you like!

The electrical outlet and headphones
The electrical outlet and headphones
A portable table
A portable table
With this chart, it's easy to understand where everything is.
With this chart, it's easy to understand where everything is.
Clean, sanitary toilets
Clean, sanitary toilets
The bathroom sinks
The bathroom sinks

The interior design is really first-rate.

The laundry
The laundry

You can use the washer and dryer for free! Laundry detergent is sold on the first floor.

The shower room and washbasins
The shower room and washbasins

There are 6 individual rooms in the shower booth on the second and third floors. Each one has shampoo, conditioner and body soap.

The washbasins are fully equipped with hair dryers, cleansing cream, facial cleansers, toilet water and milky lotion.

The rooms are cheap, spacious and clean. With gender-separate floors, even a single woman can feel secure here. The members of staff are also kind.
What's more, many things are offered for free, from parking and WiFi to amenities, drinks, movies and washing machines.
I really had a pleasant stay here!

Basic information on Cabin House YADO

OPEN
Address
11-18 Omiya-cho, Fuji-no-Miya City, Shizuoka[MAP]
Access
5 minute on foot from JR Fuji-no-Miya Station
TEL
0544-23-4180
Check-in
3 pm - 11 pm
Check-out
10 am
Accepted credit cards
MasterCard, Visa
URL(English) : http://yado-ca.co.jp/english