Αν η θέα είναι αυτό που αναζητάς, το Τόκιο δεν την έχει, είναι απλά μια μεγαλούπολη, ίσως πιο μεγάλη, πιο στενή και πιο πυκνή από άλλες. Για να δεις θέα χρειάζεται ανοιχτός ορίζοντας, κάτι που θα βρεις σίγουρα στο Χακόνε.
Για όταν σε κούρασε η μητρόπολη.
Θέλετε γκέισες; Πάρτε γκέισες.
[Visited on October 3rd, 2021] The first time I hiked Mt. Myojogatake and Mt. Myojingatake, it was a gloomy, rainy day. Mist was covering everything and I couldn’t see any further than 2 meters in front of me. The otherworldly atmosphere was much appreciated, but considering that there is a literal rim of a calderaContinue reading “Day Hike from Tokyo: Exploring Myojingatake BUT on a sunny day”
[Visited on September 26th, 2020] Since I recently moved to Kanagawa (again), it makes sense to focus more on visiting mountains inside the prefecture. It is not easy to wake up and head all the way to Saitama after all. Well, considering that I had already been to Mt. Oyama, Mt. Jimba and Mt. Byobo,Continue reading “Day Hike from Tokyo: Exploring Myojingatake and the Outer Caldera of Hakone”
Hakone is one of the most visited places among people visiting Japan for the first time. Despite its popularity as a casual travelling destination, it is also known for its various hiking routes. It is also famous for being the last part of the Hakone-Ekiden relay marathon race, that is held for two days atContinue reading “Day hike from Tokyo: Chisuji falls, Mt. Takanosu and Mt. Byobu”