Hotel Showa

Address: 3682-1 Saijo, Showa-cho, Nakakoma-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture, Chubu, 409-3866, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3682-1 Saijo, Showa-cho.
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Travel Blogs from Showa-cho

Chapter Twenty Six

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on Jun 06, 2015

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... met more Californians and we exchanged war stories. At Kawaguchiko Station, I was about to call K's Mount Fuji Hostel when a girl asked me if by any chance if I was going to a hostel and if it was K's. We both needed to be picked up by their shuttle. Storm as her friends call her is a Torontonian. Once we checked in, we grabbed dinner at a restaurant recommend by the hostel. It was recommended because they serve "chewy noodles" as a local specialty. ...

Day 6

A travel blog entry by glendasblog on May 20, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... amp; went on a cruise around Lake Kawaguchi before driving up to the 5th station on Mt Fuji. It is the furtherest you can go by vehicle. We were now above the clouds and could see the top half of Fuji. We then headed to Hakone where we are staying over night. We arrived in Hakone at 6.00 time to check in have an up market Japanese tea & ...

Grey clouds and colourful flowers

A travel blog entry by dany_zed on May 12, 2015

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The alarm rings at 6am today: time to do some serious hiking! Despite the bad weather forecasts, we decided to try the ascent to Mt Ryugatake, which is just 1,500 mt high and it should be a loop of 5 hours. The summit of Mt Fuji is wrapped into a round cloud today and more dark clouds are approaching. We take the bus which, after 1 hour, leaves us at Lake Motosu, the start of the walk. Our mountain is the only one with really scary weather around it..but since there's not ...

Bowing at Fujisan

A travel blog entry by dany_zed on May 11, 2015

11 photos

... sauce to dip them all in.
It's been such an authentic experience that we decide we won't check Tripadvisor ever again for the next 12 days!

We follow the lakeshore back to the town and we continue walking to visit another main attraction, Mt. Tenjo. Tourists normally go up by Ropeway, but we don't! So we climb all the way up into a lovely forest and after 30 minutes we reach the summit with a great lookout point on Mt Fuji and all the valley ...

Izu peninsula then onto Mt Fuji

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on May 08, 2015

1 comment, 56 photos

... incidentally is nude only, no bathing suits or speedos!) then some people get out and rinse again before soaking again, there are onsen all over Japan with different types of spring water depending on the area, some rich in different minerals which can be beneficial health wise, some of the waters are very hot so I normally found I resembled a lobster on exit, maybe I'm worse than most as I can get sunburnt from a candle flame, too many years working in ...