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... than double of some other places (700¥). I've never been to an onzen, can't compare if this is worthed. Anyhow, I enjoyed it very much. It was seperated by men and women. I was a bit uneasy walking around with "nothing"; seeing everyone is doing the same thing, who cares. There is an outdoor pool and different pools indoor. We have total spent 1 hr and 15 min for only the onzen, including shower, 'cus we have to catch a train. If I had more time, I could ...
... of the year. It was very beautiful and we seemed to have been the only western tourists who had read about this in the guide book.
Back to Tongendai we experienced the most bizarre part of the day - a sail on the lake on a pirate ship. The ships (there seemed to be 4 or 5 running today) had fake cannons protruding out of the side and masts and full rigging and the occasional statue of a pirate and some treasure chests (which actually held the life jackets) - ...
... black landscape, beneath the volcano. This is where the cult monster films, Godzilla, are filmed.
Back on the road, we headed to the south east corner to see Habuminato, a bay made out of a flooded caldera with only an ancient volcanic plug sticking out of the sea.
Further around we came across Chisu Setsu Danmen, a roadside cutting with a geological cross-section that bears witness to at least 100 ...
We’ve had quite a lazy day today (for once). First we took the train from Kyoto to Odawara (going east) - with the obligatory box of sushi for lunch on the train. Just before Odawara we got a glimpse of what we think was Mount Fuji - but it was only momentary! Then we got two local trains - each one climbing higher up into the mountains - the last one going up a series of switchbacks. We finally arrived at Myanoshita, a small ...
... I drew up in OSRM with the help of Gaijin Riders forum members. But no matter, I happened upon the bus station in the centre of town and they sent me round the corner to the tourist info place, where a couple of little old ladies lined me up with a Y4500 guesthouse.
I learned a valuable lesson for touring Japan out of this. Always head to the town’s transport hub and you’ll find someone nearby who can direct you to accommodation. Every town ...
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