Hakone Mihana Gardens
Lake Motosu it is on the 1000 yen bill
Nenbo/Nenba Village or Iyashi no Sato
Just around “Bat Cave” and “Lake Saiko”. Parking for free, entrance fee is 350 Yen.
This former farmer village was destroyed by a landslide during a typhoon in 1966. It was rebuilt and now it is a great tourist place with traditional rooed houses and serves as an open air museum. You can enjoy the scenery, try on some costumes for free (nice to put some money in the tip jar) and take pictures with the costume walking around in the village as long as you want, have a look at the different handicrafts which you can also buy and enjoy sweets and soba noodles...
Flower Show once a year
First Sunrise at Mt Fuji 2012
A hotel next to the expressway got the Titanic Theme going on
Joren Waterfall, 25 meter high 34°52'18.4"N 138°55'19.3"E
Former Amagi Tunnel - haunted 34°49'51.6"N 138°56'04.8"E
The trail to Kawazu Seven Falls
Unfortunately, the trail was closed due to bad weather damages
the wishing rock - pay 100 yen to get 3 little stones you have to throw over to the basket
Onsen Daifuntou Park
On every hour, the hot steam kinda blows out of the well. Visitors really have to look for cover as the wind will blow the steam/water far around.
Zu jeder Stunde schiesst hier der heisse Damp/das Wasser hoch. Man sollte sich in Sicherheit bringen, da man gut nass werden kann. Das Glück hatte ich :-)
The dragon’s cave
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