Ikeno

71-4 Umegi, Izu, Shizuoka, Chubu, 410-2509, Japan | Ryokan
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Location

This ryokan, located on 71-4 Umegi, Izu, is near Cycle Sports Center.
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Travel Blogs from Izu

The tipping point: I no longer want to come home

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

96 photos

... almost-non-sequiteur appearance of a museum entirely dedicated to Antoine du Saint-Exupery and the Little Prince!

The botanical garden in particular overwhelmed me with the breadth of natural beauty on display. Walking among reeds and flowers in an enormous sunlit field, I felt so keenly that I've been 'doing it wrong' with an endless slog of overtime hours and wasted PTO.

I guess I just didn't know what I was ...

Awesome day in Hakone Mountains

A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... each person is provided slippers that we are expected to wear while walking inside the ryokan. They say one size fits all, but Brett’s wide feet are popping out of the slippers and he has to walk like a Geisha to prevent them from sliding off. The housemaids at the ryokan just giggle as they think he’s so cute!

I couldn’t leave the area without trying the hot spring baths. You’re expected to wear your yukata into the ...

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

... enjoyable by the recorded commentary which was supposed to accompany the breathtaking views. As we rose to the top of Mount Hakone, the recording instructed us to brace our selves for the views to come, and soak up the incredible scenery before us. Unfortunately, all we could see was white cloud, which we found hilarious. Perhaps this reflects an English sense of humour, as our fellow Japanese cable car passengers were clearly disappointed and straight faced! At ...

Ginza and Diving on the Izu Peninsula

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

4 photos

... cooking, this time for an interesting fusion of Japanese and English styles: a Japanese casserole. This involved Japanese sweet potatoes and beef, and demonstrated just how much Coco loved her time in the U.K - she`s certainly incorporated much into her way of life now!

Points of interest:
1. There are no fat people in Japan
2. Japanese is 129% harder to write than to speak
3. Japanese vending machines are the best in the world. And still there are no fat people.
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