Asaba

3450-1 Shuzenji, Izu, Shizuoka, Chubu, 410-2416, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located in the Shuzenji Onsen area of 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

    True story.

    I was originally planning on limiting my vacation to Tokyo/Kyoto area, but hearing/reading a lot about Hakone convinced me to add it in at the last minute.

    I'm here for 2 nights, but unfortunately I'm already regretting this - I wish I could stay here for a few weeks instead.

    It would make for a very different kind of vacation, and one that I had not really considered. I wanted to come to Japan ...

    Awesome day in Hakone Mountains

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 08, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

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    Every region of Japan is known for a specific craft. The Hankone area is well known for mosaic woodworking called Hakone Yosegi Zaiku. We visit a small store with a workshop on the 2nd floor and meet the owner and 7th generation master craftsman. He shows us how his products are made and it’s just amazing. Something small can take months to make because of the detail involved. Check out www.hamamatsuya.com to see his ...

    Mt. Fuji on a very rainy day

    A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 07, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... As you take off your shoes you place your foot up on a platform that ‘s the entrance to the room. This is a very important practice in traditional Japanese culture. Your bare feet can never touch the genkan and your shoes can never touch the floor of the main room. It takes some practice and balance.

    Our room doesn’t have a bed. In the center is a table on top of straw mats where the maid serves us fresh, hot green tea. ...

    Hakone and Ito

    A travel blog entry by kalila.bolton on Sep 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... of the cable car we reached Lake Ashi, which despite the dense fog still looked beautiful and certainly worth the money after all. To end the day we headed to the far less cultural, Yunessun, the so called amusement park of onsen baths. We soon found out why, as we experienced baths of coffee, sake, charcoal, green tea, and red wine, as well as water slides and numerous varieties of jacuzzi baths. When Kalila had finally got all the red wine out of her hair, we made ...

    Ginza and Diving on the Izu Peninsula

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

    4 photos

    ... traffic into Tokyo. The journey which took us 2 hours out ended up taking us 5 hours back. There was a consolation though, as this meant we encountered people coming into the station from Shinjuku bars. If you would like to see what obnoxious drunk Japanese people look like (there are far fewer drunks than there are in England it should be noted), please direct yourself to Gabe`s facebook profile for the relevant video.
    We again owe our wonderful host Coco a thank you for ...