How has this ryokan rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Atami Sekitei
TripAdvisor Reviews Atami Sekitei
Travel Blogs from Atami
... the Taiwanese couple had walked 50m and found the Ryokan and called us on. We all left our bags and went back to catch the train up to Souzan. At Souzan it was starting to get colder as we transferred to the gondola ropeway. I had mentioned to mum that we were meant to be able to see Mt Fuji from the half way point in the gondola. We got to a crest and immediately saw the top of Mt Fuji pop out of the snow haze. WOW!!! It took our breath ...
... called the Kyoto of Eastern Japan, Kamakura is blessed with numerous ancient temples, shrines and other historical monuments.
After a 2 hour bus ride we step off the bus to see the Great Buddha of Kamakura (Kamakura Daibutsu) which is a bronze statue of Amida Buddha, which stands on the grounds ...
... It was also here that we started to get our first clear views of the famous Mount Fuji with its picturesque snow-capped summit. Needless to say, everyone was clamouring to grab a picture of the beautiful landscape, especially since we were given picture-perfect weather for the entire day.
The following stop was at Lake Yamanaka which sits under the shadow of the famous Japanese volcano. While waiting for our boat to dock at the pier, many of our ...
... a midway observation point too. Try and go early before noon to get a cloud free view
There are many other touristy things to do around the lakes and it depends on what you want to do. There are lots of museums and crafty things all around the lakes.Its worth going just for the view. I recommend staying at Koe house japanese style which is super close to the station.
... This stretches for approximately 10 kilometers, which makes it a short trip for my standards. But the trail itself is really amazing and every few hundred meters I had to stop to take some pictures. You walk along high cliffs and pass an old temple and two suspension bridges. The spectacular geology was formed by lava from the nearby dormant volcano Omuro-yama. I think that this trail is absolutely packed in summer, but now I ...