Numazu Riverside hotel
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... was a selection of appetisers waiting for us, but this time no English translation of the menu, so my descriptions might be a bit more vague! On a long, thin plate were three different dishes. The first was a green tofu lollipop with what tasted like hoisin, but was probably a Japanese equivalent. The second was a tiny deep fried ball of pork and the third was a green vegetable in a very nutty sauce - possibly black sesame. It was all very tasty, tofu is ...
... enough to get my first glimpse of Mt Fuji, as its snow capped peak loomed above everything. Our hotel ran a shuttle service from the station, so we asked tourist information to ring to let them know that we had arrived. 5 minutes later, we were taking the short journey through the town to Hotel Rayuku - our home for the next two nights. We had splashed out substantially more than we normally do on a couple of hotels in Japan, this was a 2 week holiday after ...
... ticket offices alone! So we were on our way on the 10am Shonan-Shinjuku line train to Odawara. The train wasn't the best as it stopped often. What was meant to be a 40min trip ended up twice that long. But we got to see a bit of the countryside. At Odawara we bought the Hakone free pass ticket for ¥4000 which included all transport within the area. We found the platform and we were bound for Odakyu Yomoto on yet another packed train. After a ...
After yesterday's Japanese banquet it was the turn of breakfast to turn Japanese. Fish and chips was a step too far having already had the rice and miso. Thankfully western style tomorrow! Today's sightseeing was a stroll around the lake with stunning views of Mount Fuji. A cable car ride up another mountain provided ...
... hotel where we have to make up our own futon. We had a stroll around the area and along a large lake which was the result of a volcanic eruption 300 years ago. In the evening we had a typical Japanese banquet and most of us put on the appropriate kimmo and jacket which is ...