Atami Korakuen Hotel
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... due to volcanic activity the ropeway is currently closed so a bus completes the circuit. My initial plan was to do the circuit anyway and use it to plan future stops in the area. However, the weather was going to be 55-65 degrees depending on elevation. We were going to use public transportation to get there so I thought it might be better to get Will and Mike moving in the great outdoors. We can do the loop another time and depending on interests of future guests we ...
... to figure out how to order drinks. Much to our surprise, the basic drink was included. I nabbed some curry and it was so good! From there, we wandered and checked out all the little businesses around. We eventually found ourselves going through a tunnel that went from Zushi to Hayama, where Jiji was raised. While there, we climbed a big hill, which seemed like a mountain to meand my knees, and made it to the top. On ...
... found the rice crackers with black sesame seeds that Trader Joe's no longer seems to carry. Trader Joe's people - if you need a contact to start stocking them again please let me know. The inn is what you would think of for a traditional inn; you remove your shoes upon entering and step onto tatami floor (mats). We are welcomed with tea at the small table in the middle of the room. This table will later be moved and mats will server as our ...
... OMG craziness...the pedestrian crossing is famous for the number of people who cross each time. It is known as the Shibyu Scramble. It is a spectacle with lots of photographers trying to catch that special shot of the action. The whole place is neon, techno, noise, consumerism. And the Japanese have gone mad for Halloween, as it gives them an excuse to dress up! It is a city in itself although part of the wider Toyko City.
... we found a walking path lined with ancient cedar trees that took us along the lake. It felt nice being out of the hustle and bustle of Tokyo and back into nature. The path took us to the next small town called Hakone Machi-Ko. We headed into a park once we got there that had great views overlooking the lake and Mount Fuji. We were very lucky that the mountain was visible because on a normal day it is covered in clouds. The park was the site of an old palace garden and was ...