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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hatago Ichinoyu Hakone
Travel Blogs from Hakone
... we were taken aback by the train station alone. It is huge ( you can easily get lost), with so much going on, lots of signs, people and shops!!!!! We spent some time walking around and checking it out. The building has a glass walkway high in the ceiling that you can walk and get views of the city. Nice! After checking in at a hotel near the station we decided to take the train outside the city to view the river ( they have ...
... to the mountain had been closed, the cruise and cable car were closed due to unsafe conditions. We at least had a nice lunch. After taking us up to another, lower mountain lift that was still being run, the tour guide tried to describe how beautiful Mt. Fuji is when you can see it. (It is amazing, Mt. Fuji looks exactly like the Alps (at least the way they looked when I spent several days in the rain in Salzburg). The company found a nearby lake and arranged for ...
... train I met more Californians and we exchanged war stories. At Kawaguchiko Station, I was about to call K's Mount Fuji Hostel when a girl asked me if by any chance if I was going to a hostel and if it was K's. We both needed to be picked up by their shuttle. Storm as her friends call her is a Torontonian. Once we checked in, we grabbed dinner at a restaurant recommend by the hostel. It was recommended because they serve "chewy noodles" a local specialty. ...
... soak before bed?
We had a western breakfast at the Japanese hotel. They should stick to Japanese food. We started the day visiting a traditional Japanese woodworking factory and had a demonstration of how different types of wood are glued together and then cut paper thin with what must be an extraordinarily sharp plane. He claims he can cut a hundred slices from a 4 inch piece. They can also make ultra delicate inlay pictures. He also make ...
... and Hakodate to American ships. A nice small temple with a fairly large cemetery behind it. There is also an old fashioned waterpump, lots of beautiful, large wooden buckets and lots of brushes. Wonder what those are used for..... There are lots of very fragrant white and lilac flowers, which, as I later find out, are American jasmine plants. The whole temple yard is filled with the intoxicating fragrance of these flowers. The temple is also called the Temple of ...