Tonosawa Ichinoyu Shinkan

54-1 Tounosawa, Hakone, Kanagawa, Kanto, 250-0315, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 54-1 Tounosawa, Hakone, is near Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone Ropeway, Hakone Tozan Railway, and Hakone Shrine.
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    Travel Blogs from Hakone

    The tipping point: I no longer want to come home

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

    96 photos

    ... balcony looks like something out of a painting. It would be like if the hiking area near North Bend/Mt. Si had a resort town nestled in among its valleys, but with higher elevation. I'm not used to seeing low-flying clouds drift over the landscape to collide with green mountains like this - it's incredibly peaceful here.

    Even coming out to the poorer, more rural areas of Japan, a constant source of astonishment to me is ...

    Awesome day in Hakone Mountains

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... waterfalls, the mountains and footbridges. Unfortunately the weather today has been rainy and gloomy so our pictures are very washed out, but because the ground and trees are so wet, it feels like we’re walking through a rain forest in certain areas.

    7- 11’s and other mini marts are very popular in Japan. It’s been fun to see the snacks and drinks that the locals purchase. We’ve seen octopus or squid chips, green ...

    Mt. Fuji on a very rainy day

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... nude under the yukata or you wear your undergarments. Kana wants us to all wear the yukata for dinner so I hope everyone choses the latter! It’s important that you wrap the yukata the proper way, with the left side over the right side. The opposite way is how they dress the dead.

    When we enter our room, there’s a small foyer called “genkan”. There you take off your shoes, but never put the bottom of your feet on ...

    Hakone and Ito

    A travel blog entry by kalila.bolton on Sep 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... us in the etiquette of Japanese onsen, where men and women bathe naked separately. However, the first time you bare all in an onsen alone is certainly a daunting experience as there are quite a few rules which you need to adhere to! After a relaxing bath, we had dinner at the top of the spa overlooking the mountains. The view was beautiful, and you can really see why the region is so popular with Tokyo-ites seeking some respite from city life. The next day, we ...

    Ginza and Diving on the Izu Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by kalila.bolton on Aug 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... traffic into Tokyo. The journey which took us 2 hours out ended up taking us 5 hours back. There was a consolation though, as this meant we encountered people coming into the station from Shinjuku bars. If you would like to see what obnoxious drunk Japanese people look like (there are far fewer drunks than there are in England it should be noted), please direct yourself to Gabe`s facebook profile for the relevant video.
    We again owe our wonderful host Coco a thank you for ...

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