Camp In The Shadow Of Mount Fuji

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WELLNESS: Camp in the Shadow of Mount Fuji

The Hoshinya Fuji resort takes glamping to another level. A collection of architectural concrete cabins nestled in the pine forests along Lake Kawaguchi boast panoramic views of Fuji’s iconic summit. Each pod is minimal but luxe with a private balcony overlooking the lake. Drink sake under the stars, explore the forest on horseback, gather with fellow campers round one of the site’s communal firepits. And if that’s not enough, team up with one of the resort’s ‘Glamping Masters’ – “your personal guide to the joys that can be found in nature.”

Japan does camping. And does it better than anywhere else in the world.

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