Tounosawa Quatre Saisons
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Tounosawa Quatre Saisons Hakone
Travel Blogs from Hakone
... beautiful and varied hike from Tsumago to Nojiri. There is an alternative option with just 1 hour of walking instead. The trail travels through small valleys and past forests of bamboo and Japanese cedar, through some of the least-developed scenery on the tour. Continue by train to Kiso-Fukushima. Stay at a lovely hot spring ryokan set in a remote valley above the town (complimentary pick-up from the station is provided by the ryokan). The ...
... for me to accurately transcribe here. There are gardens (with flowers) and a tower with a great view at the top of the island. There were lots and lots of people on the island exploring like us and at the many shops and restaurants.
From there we walked in the mainland part of Enoshima and visited their aquarium. It was very nicely done and had air conditioning, which was a major plus. They had some good exhibits on local fish, making it a little different than ...
... 10 minutes earlier that day. I'd been warned he’d be very popular in Japan. Mike and I explained it was a much-needed date night and nestled in for a three course delicious meal and a yummy bottle of Cabernet. It was nice to be somewhere where we were recognized and so warmly welcomed. I think this will be a favorite and special place for us. After dinner Kana, our waitress, walked us out insisting we bring Will the next time.
On Monday, Will & ...
My trip to the Hakone mountain region started with my first ride with the famous Shinkansen train, I was excited like a little boy :-))). The second part of the trip was with a little mountain train which didn't excite me but all the Japanes tourist :-). The main reason I spend a night up in Hakone was Mount Fuji. But unfortunately, like most of the time, Japan's most famous mountain was covered in clowds. So I did a boat cruise and visited a shrine ...
... challenge for most.
Me and 5 of my colleagues, all from different departments, decided to do the classic and most popular version of the climb: follow the 'Yoshida' trail, take a short sleep in a mountain hut at 3100 meters altitude and continue our hike at night to reach the summit in time for sunrise. Half of us were experienced hikers, one was not but was well prepared and the other two... looked more or less as if they were about to go to office. Hmm... ...