Tsuwabukitei

Address: 3878-86 Toda, Numazu, Shizuoka Prefecture, Chubu, 410-3402, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Heda Onsen area of Numazu.
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      Travel Blogs from Numazu

      Majestic Mt Fuji

      A travel blog entry by kylie-san on Mar 31, 2015

      12 photos

      ... hot dog - lucky as they were closing in 15mins. Soon after we were back in the ropeway train to Naka Gora and in the warmth of the Ryokan (by now it was quite cool! We were shown our traditional Japanese room - it was really lovely... and warm! The Ryokan is so peaceful and homely. Soft twinkling music plays in the lovely lounge area with really comfy couches. We sat and relaxed for a while doing a little reading and catching up on Facebook. ...

      A drive into the Japanese countryside

      A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 25, 2015

      2 comments, 24 photos

      During day 2, we ventured beyond the borders of Tokyo city and drove a few hours out of town to check out Mount Fuji.

      Our first stop was at a strawberry farm where the students were allowed to fill up on some freshly grown strawberries that were just rip for the picking. The students certainly didn't hold back, loading up on a healthy amount of strawberry and even purchasing a few more strawberry-based treats for the rest of the trip and some to bring back ...

      Mt Fuji

      A travel blog entry by globetrottintan on Mar 22, 2015

      1 photo

      Mt Fuji
      Its the tallest peak and what a beautiful peak it is covered in snow. Definitely worth a visit for a few days.


      I got the bus from Shinjuku and it took two hours and its easy enough. I suggest getting off at the kawaguchiko station which is central to buses and trains. Theres not much point in getting off at the highlands unless you intend to make the 6 ...

      Never as good as the first time

      A travel blog entry by erath on Mar 10, 2015

      4 photos

      ... and their train life, but is still strange to witness it yourself. As soon as the train sets itself in motion, the people change from quiet and non-expressive to shouting and laughing. Bento-boxes (lunch packages) are opened and snacks are shared between strangers. It's some sort of a "we're all in it together"-like atmosphere. I had a talk with an elder person sitting next to me, who turned out to be a keen hiker as well. Odd how ...

      6 trains to Mt Fuji

      A travel blog entry by teenza on Feb 21, 2015

      7 photos

      ... guesthouse that had nice views and was cheap and thus turned out to be great. Dumping our bags and getting orientated, we charged up the hill and 5 zillion stairs to see the sun set and get some beautiful views of the volcano. We had about 20 minutes then the sun vanished, clouds came over and it disappeared from view. It seemed like an evening for a beer, luckily we needed a shop to buy our morning yoghurt. We sat in our warm room on the tatami matting and had ...