"Ginga" Upper Banquet Room     "Suruga" Upper Banquet Room  
Upper Lounge     Upper Salon     Rooftop Terrace
3 - 5F     
Guestrooms (Wi-Fi is provided throughout the hotel)
Front Desk     Select Shop     Shop     Drawing Room     Studio (see photo below)

"Pevonia Botanica" Spa     Wedding ceremony facilities     Bridal and Banquet Salon
"Nippondaira" Ballroom     "Fuji" Banquet Room     "Miho" Function Room

"The Terrace" All-Day Dining     Terrace Lounge     Bakery and Cake Shop (see description below)
"Fukian" Japanese Cuisine and Sushi (three Japanese-style banquet rooms and two private rooms)
Wedding Lobby      Bride's Room     Changing Room
Parking Area     
400-vehicle capacity
*Please contact us in advance for information on how to use the Parking Area.

*Please click here for directions to the hotel.

Our chapel is filled with light and the warmth of wood, and it is a magical place for couples to make their vows. After making their preparations, couples can meet in the stately atmosphere of this chapel.

Can seat up to 84 people
For vows made in front of guests or chapel-style ceremony

Our shrine provides views of Mount Fuji on one side, and it is a sacred place that is just right for two people entering a new stage in their lives. Couples can look to the future as they take eternal vows in this solemn space.

Can seat up to 50 people

[Front Desk]

[Drawing Room]


[Bakery and Cake Shop (“The Terrace” All-Day Dining)]
Business hours: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Tel.: 054-335-1157
Products sold
Cake made by the hotel: from 500 yen, assorted types of bread: from 500 yen

[Select Shop]
Business hours: 9:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tel.: 054-335-1236
Products sold
Our shop sells craft products such as lacquer ware and painted wooden clogs, kusakizome naturally dyed goods, bags, accessories, and seasonal facecloths?all of which are unique to Shizuoka?as well as high-quality collector’s items from throughout Japan.

Business hours: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Tel.: 054-335-1237
Products sold
Our shop offers a wide range of products that include: representative snacks and teas from Shizuoka, original products of the Nippondaira Hotel, specialty products from Suruga Bay, miscellaneous Japanese-style goods, various goods made from Japanese paper, and regional collector’s items.