Hatake Sakanaya Onsen Ryokan

Address: 702-1 Nagoya, Izunokuni, Shizuoka Prefecture, Chubu, 410-2132, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 702-1 Nagoya, Izunokuni, is near Cycle Sports Center.
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Travel Blogs from Izunokuni

Backroads Japan

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 29, 2015

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We left the hotel to drive up partway to Mt Fuji. No sooner than leaving Tokyo, we were caught up in a traffic jam for the next 30 minutes. It was rather foggy when we got to around the mountain. We were lucky to be able to see the mountain some of the time. We had a French bistro kind of lunch in a small café. We pretty much occupied the entire place. Food was surprisingly good. There was absolutely too many people around the station #5. The ...

Izu Peninsula - Shimoda

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 25, 2015

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... and passenger compartments are separated by a glass wall. The first two rows are theater wise so everybody has a good view out the front window. Seats by row are two on the left and one on the right, we have 3 seats behind each other on the right, all window seats. It is fun to watch the driver, Japanese train drivers give hand signals with their white gloved hands while driving the train, fascinating! Soon after the train has left ...

Back to Tokyo

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 22, 2015

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... historical buildings are restored as they used to be and represent the life on the facility as it used to be. After visiting the exhibition hall we walk around the buildings, the current structures were restored in 2007, the whole site is beautifully done. During our visit one of the ticket ladies gestures at the sky. There is a beautiful ring around the sun, which is quite unusual, and lots of visitors take pictures of ...

Mount Fuji

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 21, 2015

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... remotely looks like pink moss. It's kind of a remote area and we continue the road hoping we will all of a sudden see pink moss but we don't. Without a map (we had asked for a map at the rental car company but these days with English speaking GPS maps must have become obsolete) we have to rely completely on the GPS and for a while we have no idea where we are. We stop at a rest area that has a restaurant and some shops and get a better idea ...

To Hakone

A travel blog entry by annsan on May 20, 2015

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... in the lake. Juliet walks down and back up, we decide to reserve our energy for the climb all the way up to the shrine. A path leads from the red Torii gate in Lake Ashi up a series of steps (quite a few!) flanked by lanterns through a dense forest of immensely tall pine trees to the main building of the shrine. Halfway is the Chozuya or the water purification basin. Our climb up is being rewarded, a wedding just took place and ...