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Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf Course 

The Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf Course started its rich and long history in 1917 with 7 holes designed by FE Colchester. As a public course, it is the second oldest golf course in Japan and the first in East Japan. Officially a full course and established in

1935 when 9 holes were created and added by famed course designer Shiro Akaboshi, and a total length of 6,320 yards and 18 holes of par 72 were completed. Come experience the deep and rich history our ancestors have created.

Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf Course

Course Info

Holes/Par: 18/72


Back Tee: 7,121yards

Regular Tee: 6,605yards

Ladies Tee: 5,494yards

Driving Range: 44 bays!!


Designer: T.E. Colchester and Shiro Akaboshi

Established: First 7 holes in 1917, then completed in 1935

Course Rating: 72.4

(OUT · IN · Bent)

Green Fees

Weekday Self: 12,570yen

Weekday Caddie: 16,500yen

Weekend Self: 18,070yen

Weekend Caddie: 23,500yen

*For 2 or 3 players, an additional charge will apply.




The Chef has created a full seasonal menu with plenty of options including traditional favorites with locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Menu ranges from 1,200yen to 2,700yen

Clubhouse/Party Rooms

There is a full service clubhouse ready to serve you with an extensive seasonal menu with plenty of options. Post play party plans start at 1,500 yen (1,650 yen including tax) with space for 10 to 32+ in 3 rooms. Beverages can be added as to your budget. Lockers and Japanese bath included.

Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf Course
Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf Course Baths
Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf Course
Fujiya Hotel Sengoku Golf Course views

From the window of the clubhouse or the hot baths, you can enjoy the view of the mountains of Hakone.

After an exhilarating round please relax in the clubhouse for some post play libations with your friends. The Japanese Emperor used to play here weekly!

The club house has a panoramic views of the course and the Fujiya Hotel's gourmet menu and services are available for players to have a relaxing break between, or after play. 1945, the Sengoku Golf Course was requisitioned by the US Army along with Fujiya Hotel, but the requisition was finally canceled in 1952 and it was reopened as a public course.

Get in touch!


1237 Sengokuhara, Hakone, Ashigarashi District, Kanagawa 250-0631 Japan

-84km from Tokyo interchange on Tomei expressway, 10 min. by car from Gotenba I.C.


Tel: +81(0)460-84-8511

Fax: +81-460-84-8513



Mon-Fri: 7:00am - 5:30pm

Sat: 7:00am - 6:00 pm

Sun: 7:00am - 6:00 pm

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