Sankichi

Address: 1972-1 Yugashima , Izu, Shizuoka, Chubu, 410-3206, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan is located in the Amagiyugashima Onsen area of Izu.
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Travel Blogs from Izu

Saving the JR Pass

A travel blog entry by russellgibson on Dec 08, 2014

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... only minimal clouds around the peak of Mt Fuji, which allowed great photo opportunities. Our destination was Owakudani, a sulphar geiser that didn't have an overpowering stench, but if the sulphur cloud was blown in your direction from the wind you had to hold your breath. The fumes were abrasive to your lungs and is not a pleasant experience. The area is also known for black eggs, boiled in the geiser ...

Sulphur pits of Owakudani

A travel blog entry by vitraveller on Nov 25, 2014

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Here the hot springs, erupting geysers and bubbling pools of boiling mud dominate a fascinating landscape. We take the Hakone rope way from Sounzan down to Togendai on lake Ashinoko. We take a boat journey around the lake which is a water filled volcanic crater with a circumference of 18K. We are now making our way to Tokyo by ...

Mount Fuji and Hakone are hiding

A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990 on Nov 20, 2014

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... of the mountain. Far earlier than planned we set off for Hakone and had some lunch before going up the Hakone sky gondola to the Owakudani Valley. Here we went for a walk up to where the geothermal activity was taking place so we could see the sulphur clouds hard boiling eggs and turning them black. It reminded me a lot of Rotorua in New Zealand. We descended back down the mountain on the coach ready to get on our pirate boat across Lake Ashi. From here you ...

FujiQ Highland

A travel blog entry by cat.mackenzie on Oct 16, 2014

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... one and ninety minutes for another, everything else was pretty quick though and there were only a couple of things we missed out. Three of the coasters had world records, although I'm not sure their records still stand. We did the (once) fastest, the one with the biggest gradient drop and Dunk & the kids did the tallest (I bottled that one!). The most notable thing about it though was Mount Fuji itself, as ...

Mount Fuji? Where?

A travel blog entry by cat.mackenzie on Oct 15, 2014

This is today, I'm almost caught up again! Writing this in the Kowakien Inn, another lovely hotel well past it's prime, but nice comfy western style beds. Last night at the Hilton we were on futons and we all agreed this morning that we may as well have lied on a duvet on the floor because that's pretty much all it was. We were doing the Hakone ...