Hotel Sunmi Club Bekkan
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... onsen was calling me. I had loved them last time in Japan. I went in the indoor one first... nothing like a soak in mid forties water to sooth & relax. Then I went into the outdoor onsen. The cool wind above and piping hot water was so invigorating! I even sat outside the water to cool down a little (in 9 degrees in the nude). Very refreshing! So now it's time for bed - on our futon mattresses on tatami mat floors. Hope mums snoring doesn't keep me ...
... add looks very good for having been out in the elements for over 500 years.
After saying goodby to Buddha we reboard our bus and head towards our second stop—Tsourugaoka.
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is Kamakura's most important shrine. It was founded by Minamoto Yoriyoshi in 1063, and enlarged ...
... range of difference merchandise items or simply loading up on even more delectable snacks. It was hard to get some students to leave but we were due back in Tokyo for a very special dinner.
In Tokyo, a seafood feast awaited at a restaurant called New York Fish Market. It was a nice change of pace for the students, as we had been eating Japanese cuisine every meal since we arrived. We were giving more fish, calamari, fried oysters, and chips than we ...
... a midway observation point too. Try and go early before noon to get a cloud free view
There are many other touristy things to do around the lakes and it depends on what you want to do. There are lots of museums and crafty things all around the lakes.Its worth going just for the view. I recommend staying at Koe house japanese style which is super close to the station.
... and their train life, but is still strange to witness it yourself. As soon as the train sets itself in motion, the people change from quiet and non-expressive to shouting and laughing. Bento-boxes (lunch packages) are opened and snacks are shared between strangers. It's some sort of a "we're all in it together"-like atmosphere. I had a talk with an elder person sitting next to me, who turned out to be a keen hiker as well. Odd how ...