Gozen no Yu

Address: 999-2 Hiekawa, Izu, Shizuoka, Chubu, 410-2507, Japan | Ryokan
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Location

This ryokan, located on 999-2 Hiekawa, Izu, is near Izu Shaboten Park and Cycle Sports Center.
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Travel Blogs from Izu

CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN

A travel blog entry by liliens on Oct 06, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... I think I can, I think I can....

Topping it all off were the onsens. You see, all that geothermal activity means that hot springs are abundant here. All hotels have them. An onsen is a natural hot spring bath that is like a jacuzzi without the jets. The Japanese have a finely-honed set of rituals and social behaviours they observe in using an onsen. Extreme cleanliness before use is ...

Hakone Day 2

A travel blog entry by gekogirl on Sep 28, 2014

11 photos

Today started with a traditional Japanese breakfast which was not at all to my taste. Breakfast included -

Dried Japanese Horse Mackerel
Half-boiled Egg
Natto (Fermented soybeans)
Steamed rice and Miso ...

Hakone

A travel blog entry by gekogirl on Sep 27, 2014

7 photos

We set off early today to catch the train to Hakone.

It's nice to get out of the city and see some of the countryside.

We dropped our bags off at the hotel and had a look around the town. Then did what they call the Hakone round trip.

Caught the bus to Moto-hakone-ko
Boarded a pirate ship that went across Lake Ashi.
Took 2 ropeways
Boarded ...

Sumo & Hakone

A travel blog entry by chowgate on Sep 14, 2014

16 photos

... he was away. We went to the karaoke club but didn't sing. They really wanted us to - we were the only anglophones there. Then we went to the public baths (separated by gender) and agreed to check them out and come back out with a thumbs up or down, indicating whether they were empty and we were happy to have a soak. The mens baths were empty but the female baths had about ten women in them, so I wimped out. Instead, we soaked in ...

The tipping point: I no longer want to come home

A travel blog entry by 1q84 on Sep 09, 2014

96 photos

... that is utterly pervasive. It's actually become something of a game - to try and find the one piece of garbage that someone forgot to pick up. Even out here in the countryside, groundskeepers and old ladies minding their storefronts and even off-duty tour guides - all routinely, perpetually seem to be picking up and maintaining the cleanliness of even the busiest tourist areas.

It's amazing.

This morning ...

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