Hatoya Ryokan

1-9-3 Kusanagi, Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Chubu, 424-0886, Japan | Ryokan
Prices starting from $81.00

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Day 3 - Fujisan Sengen Shrine and Mt. Fuji

A travel blog entry by camisado


... JR Minobu Line to Fujinomiya It was then quite a walk to the shrine, but it was beautiful when we got there. The grounds were bigger than we expected, and there were sections where you could drink spring water or take a bottle home with you after a donation (we didn't want to do it in case it wasn't appropriate for foreigners), and there were a few little shrines to some animal kami. We ate some 7-Eleven lunch in the shade of some cherry blossom trees, and we took in ...

Mount Fuji

A travel blog entry by paulandmaria


“Ghost town, AH AH, living in a ghost
town...” is what popped into our minds as we hiked our rucksacks
onto our backs and stomped out of the little foggy station onto a
long windy and empty road with shut up shops and bending houses. The
heavy mist around the town of Fujisan covering the mountains and
stopping the light coming down meant things felt a little eery.
However, having just been on a 'Thomas the Tank' themed train (was
awesome!) and knowing our ...

Some great cycling in Izu Hanto

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan


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After lunch, I turned up R18 which increased gradually for a few kms before the hairpin turns started. The higher I rode, the more the views opened up. However, it wasn't until I turned onto R127 that the vistas stood out. This was a fair bit of up and down riding but the views both out into the ocean looking at Shizuoka City and into the mountains were terrific. Plus, the roads were relatively quiet save the ...

Fuji fatigue, fun, fireworks and festivities!

A travel blog entry by tommo90


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Fortunately for us, this particular weekend happened to be the turn of Numazu. We set off for the centre of the city at about 7pm, after everyone but myself managed to squeeze in a few hours sleep. Without question, you could sense the festival before you saw it. The distant, deep rumbling of thousands of people all talking at once, a few premature fireworks going off over the river and the smell of at least a hundred mini food ...

Daidogei World Cup (Street Performance Festival)

A travel blog entry by misocutlet


... but it is well worth trying if you live in Japan. In fact, although I have watched only a few street performances in Japan, I have watched a lot of them in the cities of foreign countries including London Piccadilly Circus, Perth Murray Street, Fremantle Market, Auckland Queen Street and so on. I have been also picked out from a crowd and invited by a street performer to busk with him in the Marry Street. So, ...


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