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... off the beaten track as the best tourist attractions here are not even listed in my blog app. With no way to add new places, here is another list: Kadowaki suspension bridge and the Jogasaki Kaigen coastline Mount Omuro, a dormant volcano Ippeki crater lake and it's smaller twin lake, the name of which I cannot remember nor find online Tokaikan Hall Tomorrow it's back to Osaka, bringing the travels to a close. For now ...
... at Kawaguchiko fifth station, the halfway point up the mountain, as well as a typical start point for most hikers.
The one saving point was the fact that, as we rounded one of the the many turns on the last leg of the journey, the clouds broke and we finally caught view of the majestic Fujisan, watching over our trek. And from what people have told us, it is a rare thing to see Mount Fuji pop out ...
... the guy next to you. The mattress was really uncomfortable too. If I do it again I'll start later and hike all night to avoid this. I started hiking again at 1 am, to make the summit for sunrise. Tons of people are climbing at this time too, and you can see the lights stretching up the mountain.
Sunrise was really beautiful. The peak is way above the clouds and you can see forever. There was a ton of people up there but there is lots of space around the ...
... person would be left behind. It may sound heartless but we had no ties to each other and everyone was there to witness one thing, sunrise from the summit. 10 o'clock rolled around and we decided that we should get going, as the 5th station was closing and we were going to have to be outside anyway. I knew that the 6th station was only due to be a half an hour walk away but when we arrived there after 15 minutes I knew that our pace was too quick. We stayed there for 20 ...
... of two pre-pubescent teenage lads strapping a catherine wheel to a stray cat. And yet there I was, in this relatively small Japanese city, experiencing something pretty spectacular.
It was obvious that something was about to happen when people began moving en masse to the riverbanks. We followed the crowd, finding ourselves a good spot across the river with a big group of people sat in the middle of the street. We had earlier purchased ...
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