The only suburb within 8 kilometres of the center of Yamanakako is Mount Fuji, so make sure you browse through the 37 hotels on offer. Ooike Hotel and Fuji Lake Hotel are some fitting accommodation options for you.
If you want to fill in a morning or afternoon, take in the artefacts at Yamanakako Lake Teddy Bear World Museum. Book a stay at Guest House Koukan-so and Sekimotoya, and you'll be right near this attraction. It's the most amazing feeling being on the crown of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, one of the best viewpoints you'll encounter here. You can visit this attraction often, especially if you're based at Guesthouse Moegi and Guesthouse Hiiragi.
If you find yourself needing more accommodation options in Yamanakako, look into the Gora Tensui and the Mikawaya Ryokan. They are 25 kilometres and 25 kilometres away from the center. Wotif also suggests the Yamagaso and the Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa. The first is 30 kilometres away from the center, while the second is 25 kilometres away.
If you want to explore some nearby localities, try Lake Kawaguchi and Chuo. Travel 15 kilometres to the northwest of Yamanakako and you'll locate Lake Kawaguchi. Alternatively, Chuo is 35 kilometres to the northwest. Accommodations in Lake Kawaguchi are the Hotel Route-Inn Kawaguchiko and Sakuraan Kawaguchiko Hotel. The Kamenoi Hotel Yamanashi Kofu Minami and APA Hotel Kofu Minami are some of the choices in Chuo.
Kofu is 40 kilometres from Yamanakako. While you are in the area, be sure to check out the Tenshinomori Angel Museum, Yamanaka Suwa Shrine and Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park. The Mishima Yukio Museum and Christmas Woods Santa Claus Museum are also well worth your time. Kofu has hotels and apartments to suit most budgets and tastes, including the Hanayagi No Sho Keizan and Dormy Inn Kofu Natural Hot Spring.
Hotels in Yamanakako start at AU$130 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.