Chozo Goya is very big with room for 200 guests, and includes modern amenities such as toilets with bidets, popularly known as "washlets".We call it a hut instead of a lodge because, in Japan , the word "lodge" connotes a higher level of luxury.The main Chozo Hut building was built in 1934, and has been popular with nature lovers ever since. It rests below a shingle roof, and connects its many rooms with shiny black corridors. Relaxation is its main personality trait.From the hut, guests enjoy an immediate view of the lake and marsh area, filled with alpine plants and flowers.
Morning fog motivates photographers to rise before the sun to capture the mysterious mist before it disappears into the day.
* Access: On foot, it takes one hour from Numayama Pass , three hours from Ooshimizu, and three hours from Ozegahara and Daini Chozo Hut.
* Capacity: about 200 persons