Numazu Riverside hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I was hammering on that thing. I don't know why I've been naming these cars. I've never named any of the seven I've owned. After some anxious moments in traffic, speeding and other aggressive behavior, I made it back to the car rental office at 12:05 pm. I caught a Shinkansen to Tokyo Station. Then a JR subway train, which was very uncomfortable for two hours Otsuki Station, and finally another train to Kawaguchiko Station.
On the last ...
... at the Hakone hotel. An exceptional western style buffet.
A short walk through a planted cedar forest over 150 years old to the pier for a boat ride on the lake. Would have been really gorgeous if the sun was out.
Next stop was the sculpture park. An outdoor display of western and Japanese scuptures which was diverse and vibrant. The star attraction of the outdoor museum is a Picasso gallery with the largest collection of works of ...
... harbor. But what happened here with the Russians in 1855? Commodore Matthew Perry sailed to Japan twice. In 1853 he presented Japanese delegates with a letter from U.S. President Fillmore. He hoped to open up trade with Japan. After presenting the letter Perry left for the coast of China, promising to return for a reply. Commodore Perry returned to Japan in 1854 to find out that the Japanese had prepared a treaty accepting almost ...
... and can only be used for emergency vehicles. This is after all an earthquake prone area. The sign shows a large catfish. In Japanese mythology a giant catfish ("namazu") that lives in the mud underneath the country causes an earthquake when the god guarding him under a stone doesn't pay attention for a brief moment. Hakone-Yumoto is a quaint and busy little village, difficult to find a parking spot. It's a short walk ...
... we are, we are now kind if southeast of Mount Fuji and are going west, direction of Gotemba. This rest area has a completely new bathroom building with very fancy restrooms. Of course all Toto washlets and special restrooms for the kids. Before entering the restroom area there is an electronic panel on the wall indicating which restrooms are vacant and which ones are occupied. How fancy can it get?! We enjoy a cool drink out on a small patio ...