Sora Togetsuso Kinryu
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Banquet room
- Meal plan
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... the Imperial Capital in Kyoto and with the Shogun’s capital in Edo (which is now Tokyo). Many of Japan’s present-day highways and railways follow these ancient routes. This hiking trail was a section of the original road that still exists. Although it has been restored and maintained, many of the large rocks that "paved" the road had been in place since it was built around 1630. Most of the path was flanked with green cedar trees, but bursts of fall ...
... me. For breakfast the next morning, second verse, same as the first. More of the same. Grilled fish, orange slices, more rice and sweet egg bake. We spend the afternoon touring the open air museum. Very cool and the pictures will show you better than I can explain. After another round of trains, planes and automobiles (and that evil red train) we find the Hyatt Hakone, sit in a beautiful lobby and order cheese and wine before our trip back to ...
... trip is up. Once breakfast was done we packed up what was left in our room and headed to the subway. We needed to catch a train a bit further away so it was a bit more of a walk through Ginza going against the flow of businessmen in suits heading to work. We managed to get on the right train and headed to Shinagawa station which is one of two bullet train stations in Tokyo. The bullet train ride was only about 25 minutes before we got to the nearest station to Hakone ...
... guests seem to be here to enjoy the onsen facilities, you only have to site in the foyer - 90% are roaming around in yukatas (cottons dressing gown). The surrounding gardens are beautiful with 2 waterfalls and a small shrine. Cam and Omi had a soak in the hot tub and Celie is amused because when you open the toilet door the toilet lid automatically puts itself up and makes a sound like 'hi'. We area about to go to dinner, not sure what to expect but we're very excited. Until ...
... swims (or floats, or rests on the bottom) in the ocean, you can probably get it at the Tsukiji market. We took time in the afternoon to buy groceries for a couple days, anticipating hungry bellies as we hike up and down Mt. Fuji. The evening was devoted to trying to figure out Japan’s sometimes confusing rail network in an effort to find the best way to Kawaguchiko, our jumping-off point for Fuji. When the fastest way requires ...