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... and foot massage chairs?), spent some time there, and then oozed our way back to our cozy room and melted into bed, like butter on toast.
On our last day in Hakone , and indeed, Japan, we were graced with a crystal clear day, and this meant an excellent view of majestic Mt. Fuji, a fitting end to our stay. We returned to Tokyo refreshed, relaxed, and ready for our flight to Delhi the next ...
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After breakfast we headed to the Open Air Museum. There were some very interesting sculptures, an area dedicated to Picasso and the biggest koi I've ever seen.
We then went back to Gora via cable care and ropeways. Luckily the weather was clear as we got ...
... car to Gora.
Caught the Tozan railway to Tonosawa.
Walked to our accommodation.
The place we are staying at is a traditional inn and was founded in 1630.
We have to wear slippers and have a yukata to wear.
But the best thing it is that we have a private onsen (hot spring bath).
Japanese rules are that you must be naked in the onsen ...
... for a first timer), and Jona still hadn't emerged 25 minutes later. I was worried the mix of booze and hot water had gotten to him, but he just lost track of time. On our final morning at the ryokan, we had another Japanese breakfast. We relaxed in our kimonos on the balcony in the sunshine for a few hours, then left to catch the Shinkansen to Kyoto. We had a magical stay at Gora Kadan and hope to come back someday with friends or ...
... decided to go for a morning jog. Running along paved paths from my hotel, I cut a winding trail through bamboo forests and cedar trees to emerge by the side of a large mountain lake, glittering in the morning sun.
Continuing on through the day, I made a tour of some of the more popular destinations nearby, including one of the largest botanical gardens in japan, a glass museum (featuring Chihuly!) and even ...