Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa
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Today we left Takayama. I was happy. I did not like the hotel and found it really unacceptable. No pillows, the heat was turned off April 1 and although it was only 50 degrees outside it was freezing inside.; no room service and no place to eat except a buffet which opened at 6pm and for which you needed reservations. Not a good …
A wonderful end to our honeymoon relaxing in a spa in Hakone with views to Mt Fuji. Spent all out time eating, drinking, in the onsen and looking at Mt Fuji. We decided Japanese breakfast is just strange and we were unable to identity most of what it was an even if it was animal, vegetable or mineral
... instance, as are the kimonos to be worn upon entry. The reward for users, however, are numerous. After a day of touring, it just felt so good to be soaking in the buff in a pool of hot mineral water with a bunch of equally nude men. Perhaps I should rephrase that.
Each night, Bonnie went to the ladies' onsen, I to the gents. An hour later, we met at the massage chairs (did I mention that they ...
Today started with a traditional Japanese breakfast which was not at all to my taste. Breakfast included -
Dried Japanese Horse Mackerel
Natto (Fermented soybeans)
Steamed rice and Miso ...
... car to Gora.
Caught the Tozan railway to Tonosawa.
Walked to our accommodation.
The place we are staying at is a traditional inn and was founded in 1630.
We have to wear slippers and have a yukata to wear.
But the best thing it is that we have a private onsen (hot spring bath).
Japanese rules are that you must be naked in the onsen ...