Nanadaru Onsen Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kawazu-cho
- Early start in order to catch Express at 8am from Shinjuku Station
- Another stunning clear sunny day!
- pleasant trip to Hakone (train very fast through the suburbs)
- bus up a very winding (and picturesque snowy road) to hotel with direct view of Mt Fuji
- dropped off baggage then on to Lake Ashi
- very distinctive cruising vessel for an ...
Ito is a laid back city with lots of onsens. I stayed at the K's House hostel. It's 2900¥ but very nice place to stay and it has a onsen which one can explore. The hostel used to be a hotel and it dates back to 100 years ago. Very old wooden structure. Quite an experience for couple of nights. To get here it took me most of the day. It was two train rides and 5 hours of travel. Relaxed in the bath and have a good night ...
... roads scattered throughout the mountains.
I started the day with another soak in the onsen before breakfast. After such a huge dinner the night before, I didn't have much appetite for breakfast but knew I needed to fuel up for the climb to come. After breakfast, I quickly changed and checked out. I consulted with the front desk about an alternative route for the initial climb out of town which proved to be a wise ...
... ago run by a husky, elderly woman. When I peered into the kitchen, it didn't look like that had changed in 40 years either. It's the kind of place that you would expect to find in small towns everywhere tended by older people who know no other livelihood. This may have been a former ma and pa type operation with only ma now running the show. I couldn't tell Ma's exact age but she was slightly bent over and walking with a ...
... clothes, no computer, no street clothes and, hence, no need to bring along the saddle bag. The onsen will provide a yukata which I can wear inside the hotel to and from the dining room and the bathing area.
The routes will be hilly here and, although nowhere near the elevation of Shirane or Norikura, there is still lots of elevation gain to be had.
I will post again when I return to Mishima in a couple of days