Hotel Kaminoyu Onsen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... sky's and fuji not blocked by any other mountains in the way(see pictures). Like the monkey park it was definitely worth the extra effort to get there and it is clear to see why the Japanese place such cultural and even spiritual importance on Fuji as it is so aesthetically pleasing and absolutely dwarfs everything around it. I'm off to Nagoya tomorrow as I head more into western ...
... level of the shopping centre as all the restaurants had a long queue. It was peak lunch hour. The only downside was there was no place to sit and eat. The Japanese do not eat in public except for an ice cream. Unfortunately, the only option was to eat in the hotel foyer or out in the open at the quadrangle outside the hotel. Well, Joseph decided for outside and we were pretty much stared at. I guess at that stage, I didn't really care ...
... and wonder as well about all the human activities that we can spot. On the highest part of the mountain there is a automatic weather station and the top stations around the crater consist of shrines, restaurants for soups and other dishes, a post office and souvernir shops.
The crater gets now very crowded and more and more people arrive from the lower stations. ...
... Half way up we pass them as they rest exhausted before the next attempt. We don't stop and continue our way up. As all the path is easy to follow (no one is allowed to use other than the official path), but steep, we pass the station 6, 7, and 8. We arrive at 22:30 at station 9a and decide to lodge there.
For a reasonable CHF 55.- per person we get a bunk bed with approximately 150 others and rest until 02:00 when the climbers ...
... bit of rush to reach the summit before night fell as I only climbed the mountain in shorts and a t-shirt. However, because it was the middle of the day there were a lot of other climbers, most of them Japanese and taking the climb a little too seriously with huge backpacks, walking sticks and in some cases even little bottles of oxygen! Once you get past the majority of hikers though the mountain can be ...