Kawaguchi Centre Hotel
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Today we travelled to Kawaguchiko, which is near the bottom of Mt Fuji. We went on a non-bullet train which was pretty good, even if it didn't go 300km an hour. We got to Kawaguchiko around lunch time and couldn't check in to the Ryokan until 3 so we had some lunch at a random restaurant near the station. It seemed that their specialty, and pretty much the only thing on the menu, was a vegetarian hot pot with noodles, so we had ...
... the kid. Once on top, we managed to take couple pictures on the cliff. Explored the cafe on the top where they sold rice-crackers and dumplings. You can also chose to buy any souvenirs. We spent probably around 15min on the top before taking the cable car return trip.
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288-1 Funatsu, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture 401-0301, Japan
Not very impressive but would ...
... br> But to be completely fair I did really enjoy my couple of days back in Tokyo. I met a great group of friends there and it was nice to hang out with them for a few days and do all the activities I didn't have time to do the first time I was in Tokyo.
Tsukiji Fish Market was really cool and definitely worth a visit but the earlier you can get there the better. We arrived at 7am and most of the actual 'fish' market was closed. ...
... heard reports of a Super-Typhoon heading toward the south of Japan, we got a second opinion in the train station about our plans to head in that direction, to which the response was "oh no, it's gonna be historically bad weather!" So we very abruptly changed our plans right there and then in the train station, picked somewhere on the map, quite at random, and decided to head there instead. So here we go to Nikko, somewhere we know absolutely nothing about, just hoping for the best!
... the grounds and followed them through. The Palace is the residence of the Japanese Imperial family and is set in an area of parkland surrounded by stone walls and moats. The former Edo Castle, which was the home of the ruling shogun, stood on the same site between 1603 and 1867. In 1868 the shogunate was overthrown and the country's capital and Imperial Residence were moved from Kyoto ...