Age: 155 years

Built: 1865

Standing Structures: 1

Building Area: 225m2

Stories: 2

Water: Public Water

Sewage: Public Works

Parking: Yes

Garden: Yes

Fujikawaguchiko Has It All

Over the last few years, properties in Yamanashi prefecture, just west of Kanagawa, have been popping up again and again. Largely thanks to the Chuo line that runs directly to the base of the Mt. Fuji, the area encompassed by Japan’s 5 Great Lakes (Lakes Yamanaka, Kawaguchi, Sai, Shoji, and Motosu) is an easily accessible region full of legendary culture and modern resources alike. We are more than excited to present you with a listing in this region, known as Fujikawaguchiko.

Treat Yourself to the “Fujikawaguchiko Special”

The town of Fujikawaguchiko in Yamanashi provides an extremely unique opportunity to upgrade your lifestyle. At the top of that list is perhaps the biggest possible item of all: Mt. Fuji in your backyard. But in addition to the splendid views on offer, this property is also located in the revered Fuji Five Lakes region, well regarded as a luxury vacation destination, and is only minutes walking distance away from Lake Sai.

Land and water sports are, of course, in plenty of supply, but also keep in mind that the property is not 30 minutes away from one of Japan’s most famous amusement parks, Fuji-Q Highland.

Located only 90 minutes by car or 2 hours by train from Shinjuku Station, this property also falls well within the established preferences of the average Tokyo escapee.

Main Floor Plan

Walkthrough Video

A Real Gem Just Outside of Tokyo

This Meiji-era Fujikawaguchiko property has been lovingly rehabilitated by Jacob Reiner, a long term resident of the area and sustainable architectural designer with numerous real estate projects to his name. Chock full of modern amenities while still retaining the charm of ages long past, this property really is a diamond in the rough!

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