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Owaku-dani Valley
4.4/5
576 Reviews
Hot Spring
A famous tourist attraction in Hakone, Owaku-dani Valley is the remains of a volcanic crater formed over 3,000 years ago from a volcanic eruption. It is also a major source of hot springs in Hakone. The geothermal landscape proves to be a spectacular sight, with mountain rocks laying bare against the green trees of Hakone and spewing out hot steam from between their cracks. Visitors can overlook the remains of the crater that is shrouded in a white mist, from which it is also possible to see the beautiful scenery of Mount Fuji and the mountains of Hakone. You can also try the regional specialty of black eggs.
Lake Ashi (Ashinoko)
4.5/5
487 Reviews
Boat Tour
Lake
Lake Ashi (Ashinoko) is situated on the Western side of Hakone at the southern foothills of Mount Komagata. A volcanic lake formed over 4,000 years ago by volcanic activity, it is a popular tourist attraction in Hakone. The lake itself is set off against the backdrop of Mount Fuji, with the scenery changing with each season. Trails around the lake are surrounded by beautiful, green cedar trees, while a boat cruise on the lake is an essential pleasure for many visitors. The lake is home to many black bass and trout, and a large number of Japanese often come here to go boating, fishing, and swimming.
The Little Prince Museum
4.6/5
130 Reviews
Museum
The Little Prince Museum reproduces the streetscape and architecture that the author of the Little Prince, St. Boss, lived in. He showed a concrete representation of the things that he encountered, and the scenes depicted in the book will be displayed in front of you. In the small town of South Provence, the characters in the book are also presented in the park, which is a must-see for the little prince.
Lake Ashi Cruise
4.5/5
123 Reviews
Boat Tour
Lake

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Kamakura Ziyanghua Raiders
Kamakura In addition to the slam dunk master and the Big Buddha two big IP, in the early summer season, tourists will flock to this romantic city, just to see a beautiful hydrangea (hydrangea) without losing cherry blossoms.
After the site visit, we recommend 5 classic attractions: Mingyueyuan, Changgu Temple, Kek Lok Temple, Yuanjue Temple and Yuling Shrine. Basically, the power of the river can be strung together. Together with the Yuanjue Temple, the Moon Palace can play with the Yuling Shrine. In the hydrangea season, there are more tourists in Kamakura, and paying attention to safety.
The first-ranked Mingyue Courtyard is famous for its Mingyue Blue. There are only blue hydrangea in the temple, but the quiet trails and classic round windows are all net red seats. There are many rabbit elements in the whole temple. Let's find it! Friendly reminder: It is recommended to queue up before 7:30 in the morning to catch the unmanned flowers.
Changgu Temple can be said to be a sight that does not lose the Mingyue Temple. Early queues are still valid. The highlight is the view of the Kamakura city and the beautiful mountain trails. The station of
Kek Lok Temple often appears in Japanese TV dramas, surrounded by various hydrangea flowers, which is worth a visit! Like the Yuling Shrine, no tickets are required. The characteristics of the
Yu Ling Shrine are the elements of the railway train, but the better seats are occupied by people, and the photos need patience. Although the whole body of
Yuanjue Temple is not as good as the previous classic attractions, it is better to take pictures. If you don't have enough time, you can pass.
It is recommended to enjoy the hydrangea of Kamakura for 2-3 days and arrange the route reasonably. There are so many varieties here, and its beautiful!
Posted: 14 May 2019
chengyuechuan   
The Japanese Folk Garden is a display hall for the construction methods, design, and daily necessities of ancient Japanese people. The architectural beauty of Japan is well-recognized. In order to protect these buildings of historical value, Kawasaki City has moved ancient buildings from all over the country since 1967 and has now collected 25 historic buildings. These include the shrine and the rural Kabuki stage. In addition, the ancient folks also displayed agricultural tools and daily necessities to reproduce the past life.

After walking out of the pavilion, you can see the historical buildings, because it is close to the evening, the sky is not very good. The trees in winter are withered, I think, if the spring and summer season comes here, the cherry blossoms are blooming and the birds are screaming. Plus the characteristic buildings, I think it feels very much.

These buildings come from different periods in different parts of Japan, so the difference is still very large, and the difference can be seen in detail. Some buildings are located in the seismic zone, and there is a trench division in the lower circle. During the earthquake, there is room for shaking on the ground to ensure that the foundation of the house collapses without being squeezed.

The roof of some houses is crushed by a lot of broken stones, which is also very interesting. The tiles in the house are small and can easily be blown off by the wind, so they are pressed with wooden blocks and stones to keep their weight.
Posted: 27 Feb 2019
Mio   
Red shop in the country network: the ears of the bread
a small restaurant hidden in the country cottage, it took a lot of effort to go, but it is very strange, it is such a small shop is not very good location, afternoon There was still a long queue at the time.

It seems that the Japanese are also very convinced of the net red shop. This store is very famous on the Japanese network!

The name of this store is very cute, called the ear of the bread. The Japanese like to call the bread dough on the outside of the sliced bread called mimi (ear), so it is very suitable for their main food, small outside the store. The open space is full of all kinds of small flowers, and you can find many woodcarving bunny watching you, letting people feel the heart of the store, warm and soft (Figure 3)

The most famous of them is the gratin seafood crispy cream shredded bag. Almost half of the bread is completely hollowed out. The outer skin is baked to crispy. Then the seafood cream is poured into the layer and the cheese is poured on the layer. Continue to bake, oh, is it light? Listening to the description of saliva has been DC (Figure 7, 8)

seafood crispy cream shredded bag did not let me down, the outer bread torn off with seafood cream, bite a crisp, another bite of milk Fragrant, with soft bread, is a treat! There are also prawns and cuttlefish slices in the seafood cream, which is also very delicious.

After eating a super full, add a red bean white jade ice cream, red beans are cooked, cream ice cream is also very nostalgic taste, although very simple but a satisfying.

After the checkout, we also sent us a pen with their name and phone number, which is intimate and delicious. No wonder the Japanese will go to queue up for such a remote restaurant!


Address: Hakone-machi, Miyagi-no 170/Hh/Opening hours: 11
Posted: 3 Jun 2019
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Posted: 4 Apr 2017
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