5 Best Glamping Sites in Tokyo

With a big difference between the highs and the lows thesedays, you can feel that Autumn is right approaching. What kind of outdoor activities do you enjoy doing? One of the recommended outdoor activities for Autumn is definitely camping. While enjoying Autumn’s hue of gold, fiery red, and burnt orange, you can say that it is best time of the year to go camping. With the pleasant weather and perfect landscape, we would like to introduce best glamping sites in Tokyo. Let’s begin.


Address: 1309-29, Nishitabe, Katori City, Chiba Prefecture Japan 287-0103

Access: about 1.5 hours by car from Tokyo area

Telephone Number: + 81-478-79-0666

Check-in / Check-out: Check-in 14 :00-17 :00 * / Check-out 8 :00-10 :00

Payment: By Cash/Credit card

English Website Availability: O

Website: https://www.thefarm.jp/camp.html

What’s amazing about this glamping site, THE FARM, is that they have different kinds of glamping tents depedning on your preference: Riverside, Athletic, Family Suite, Cliff Sweet, Villa, Forest, and Gran Terrace. Basic Costs of each glamping tents: For two people only. Additional costs may be occurred.

  • Riverside:  ¥ 28,600 ~ (tax included ¥ 31,460 ~)
  • Athletic:  ¥ 30,600 ~ (tax included  ¥ 33,660 ~)
  • Family Suite: ¥ 30,600 ~ (tax included ¥ 33,660 ~)
  • Cliff Sweet: ¥ 32,600 ~ (tax included ¥ 33,660 ~)
  • Villa: ¥ 34,400 ~ (tax included ¥ 37,840 ~)
  • Forest: ¥ 42,000 ~ (tax included ¥ 46,200 ~)
  • Gran Terrace: ¥ 46,000 ~ (tax included ¥ 50,600 ~)

Another point that is amazing about THE FARM is that they offer perfect services for their customers.

  1. Breakfast: Served from the FARM cafe or Hot Spring restaurant with plenty of fresh vegetables
  2. Dinner: Offering regular BBQ set
  3. Hot Spring:  Natural hot spring (Karin-no-yu) is available. (7: 00-22: 00 final entry 21: 00)
  4. Harvest Experience: Seasonal vegetables harvest activity. Right now, you can try sweet potato harvest activity
  5. Free Drink all day: You can enjoy a variety of alcoholic and soft drinks for free during your stay. *Alcoholic drinks are prohibited right now due to government policy on COVID-19.

2. PICA Fujiyama

Address: 6662-10 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture 401-0301

Access: About 1.5-2 hours drive from Tokyo area

Telephone Number: 0555-28-6303

Check-in / Check-out: Check-in 14: 00-19: 00 / Check-out 7:00-11:00

English Website Availability: O

Website: https://www.pica-resort.jp/en/fujiyama/stay/site/index.html

In this glamping site, you can not just choose what tent to use but choose whether you want to stay in cottage, dome tent or tent site. Here is the price guide for Autumn season, including two meals per night. The price differs by what day you are planning to visit so be careful.

  • Luxury Cottage: 20,000-26,000 JPY (Max 4 people)
  • Standard Cottage: 16,000-20,000 JPY (Max 6 people)
  • Trailer Cottage: 15,000-19,000 JPY (Max 4 people)
  • Trailer Cottage: 12,500-16,000 (Max 6 people)
  • Amazing Dome: 13,000-17,000 JPY (Max 4 people)
  • Tent site: 9,500-11,000 JPY (Max 6 people)

In addition, PICA offers different staying plans for you to choose what best fits your travelling style.

  1. Fujiya Stay Pack- As PICA is located right beside Fujikyu Highland, this plan comes with Fujikyu Highland free pass.
  2. PICA Empty-handed Camp Start Pack (Duo/Family)- They provide services supporting first-time campers.
  3. Amazing dome plane with half board- A two-meal plan per night to stay in PICA’s original domed tent.
  4. Plans with/without meals- You can choose whether to bring meals or enjoy meals prepared by PICA.

3. O Park Ogose

Address: 3083-1 Ueno Ogose, Iruma District, Saitama 350-0415

Access: About 1-1.5 hours from Tokyo Area

Telephone Number: 049-292-7889

Check-in / Check-out: Check-in 16:00 Check-out 10:00 AM

English Website Availability: X

Website: https://opark.jp/rooms/

Unlike other glamping sites, O Park Ogose has not only glamping tents but also different types of stays available. Want to feel the camping vibe but do not want to stay outdoors? These are the prices of services offered by O Park Ogose.

  • Glamping Tent – JPY 11,550~ per person
  • Glamping Cabin– JPY 12,000~ per person
  • Sauna Suite Cabin – JPY 22,000~ per person
  • Dome Cabin– JPY 14,216~ per person
  • Log Cabin – JPY 6,600~
  • Free Tent Site – JPY 3,850~

They also offer different activities such as: pizza making, paragliding, Moomin Village ticket, exclusive onsen and swimming pool. If you are looking for relaxing glamping site, O Park Ogose would be perfect for you.

*Unfortunately, they do not accept customers with tattoos.

4. Comoriver

Address: Hongo 930-1 Tokigawa Town, Hiki District, Saitama, 355-0353, Japan

Access: About 1.5 hours drive from Tokyo area

Telephone Number: 0493-81-5477

Check-in / Check-out: Check-in 13:00 Check-out 10:00 AM

English Website Availability: O

Website: https://comoriver.com/

If you are looking for outdoor BBQ and a relaxing night with nature, this riverside camp in Saitama is ideal for you. They offer ready-togrill meals too but you are allowed to bring your own food if you like.

  • Deluxe Cabin – JPY 44,460 ~
  • Glamping Cabin – JPY 39,900 ~
  • Moomin Special Room – JPY 69,160
  • Glamping Tent – JPY 31,920 ~

They offer different services that may not be available in other glamping sites. These are the following:

  1. Seasonal services- such as for autumn and winter, they serve Japanese Nabe (stew) while enjoying the view of river and warmth of the heaters.
  2. Japan’s first ever Moomin special room in glamping site
  3. Special Camp Plan for Seminar – offers a special camp plan that includes glamping, BBQ, outdoor sauna, etc. as a package. If you are looking for a place for a seminar camp or overnight training, please use this plan. This can also be used for parties such as welcome and farewell parties.

5. Twin Ring Motegi

Address: 120-1 Hiyama, Motegi, Haga District, Tochigi 321-3533

Access: About 2 hours from Tokyo area

Telephone Number: 0285-64-0001

Check-in / Check-out: Check-in 15:00 Check-out 10:00 AM

English Website Availability: O

Website: https://www.twinring.jp/f-glamping/stay/

Just like other glamping sites, they offer different types of glamping stays for you to choose what best fits your camping style. If you want to feel camping vibe but not stay outdoors, don’t worry! They also have hotel available.

  • Glamping (including BBQ plan, both dinner and breakfast) – JPY 61,600~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Glamping (no other options) – JPY 29,500~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Lotus Tent (including BBQ plan, both dinner and breakfast) – JPY 57,000~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Lotus Tent (no other options) – JPY 24,400~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Forest Terrace Bell Tent (including BBQ plan, both dinner and breakfast) – JPY 80,600~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Wide Bell Tent (including BBQ plan, both dinner and breakfast) – JPY 58,800 ~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Bell Tent Wide (no other options) – JPY 26,500~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Log Cabin (including BBQ plan, both dinner and breakfast) – JPY 49,800~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Log Cabin (no other options)– JPY 17,300~ for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Wide Camp Site (no other options) – JPY 7,000~ upto 8 people
  • Wide Camp Site (no other options) – JPY 4,900~ upto 4 people

One point that would attract you the most about this glamping site is that they have various activites available for the glamping guests.

  1. Fun Activities for children: Feel the Forest Climbing, Forest Maze, Open Road Adventure, Wild Racer, Racing cart, Motor Racer, etc.
  2. Adventuruous Activities for everyone: Mega Zip Line, Forest Zip Line, Guide tour, Mammalian Research Laboratory, etc.
  3. Activities for glamping/hotel guest only: Forest Guide Trip, Firefly Watching Tour, Forest Craft, Flower Arrangement, 1 Group Limited Private Guide Walk, Night Forest Observation, etc.

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