Atami Seaside Spa & Resort
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... a drink at the tea house. However, we did peek inside the family-run establishment that has been serving refreshments for over 350 years. A large pot being heated over an open fire filled the room with the smell of wood smoke, and had Will wanting to call Fireman Sam (his favorite TV fire hero). Later, he would report that the “fire house” was his favorite part of the day.
We continued hiking crisscrossing the road several times. Will loved a ...
... back down, there was a huge golden orb spider that I got far far far away from! In Hayama, we walked around and looked at the houses. Then we headed back. We saw that we weren't far from the beach as we closed in on the house, so off we went. Found a spot to sit and watched as the evening started to set in. For dinner, we picked up some Yakitori and salad and biiru and headed back to the little house. Jdramas on TV live and ...
... change into our yukata (light weight summer kimono) and contemplate the public baths. After reading the instructions for the bath, including no use of the baths following the consumption of alcohol, no swimming in the baths and no washing your underwear I rule out the public nakedness. That evening, adorned in our yukata and old man slippers, we head to a private dining room for traditional Japanese cuisine known as kaiseki, which refers to ...
First thing went to the JR Rail Centre to exchange vouchers for 21 day Japan Rail pass. All very formal with lots of stamping and efficient service. Once you get the pass you then have to go to a separate area to make reservations. Booked all our train trips as we have green car pass, and just as well we did as one leg we could not get a reserved seat in the green car, so had to settle for a reserved seat in an ordinary car.
... ryokan which roughly translates to an inn. It was really cool as it was like those traditional Japanese settings you see on tv with the straw mat floors and pillows for sitting. Our room had a private onsen which is a hot spring bath on our balcony. Traditional supper was also included in our stay and luckily we checked in when we did as we almost missed the meal after our adventures earlier in the day. Normally you are supposed to relax in the onsen then go for ...