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Hakone Shrine / Kuzuryu Shrine Singu

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Hakone Shrine / Kuzuryu Shrine Singu

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Mt Fuji, Hakone, Lake Ashi Cruise and Bullet Train Day Trip from Tokyo
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Mt Fuji, Hakone, Lake Ashi Cruise and Bullet Train Day Trip from Tokyo

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Navigating Japan’s public transport system can often be a daunting task. Let a guide do the work for you on this tour of Mt. Fuji and Lake Ashi by coach and bullet train, which saves you hours in travel time. Ascend to the Mt. Fuji’s 5th Station; ride on the Komagatake Ropeway, one of Japan’s highest aerial tramways; and take a cruise on Lake Ashi, part of Hakone National Park. 
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Safariholic wrote a review Aug 2020
Horsham, United Kingdom1,891 contributions456 helpful votes
A famous shrine with its enormous 'torii' (Red Wood) Gate set a few yards into the Ashi Lake. Were it not overrun with 200 or more Locals and Visiting Tourists (all taking Selfies, and in pairs, then several Group Shots), we might have been able to savour the tranquil atmosphere, but it was, so we didn't. 25+ minutes long of a queue, when we only had an Hour, made it pointless. We looked, read the signs, smiled, took the best Image we could manage and left. We were there in the early afternoon - hopeless. This is a first thing or nothing Attraction. The weather on this particular Day was grey overcast rainy and grim (shortly before Typhoon Hagibis hit), which reduced Visitor Numbers considerably !!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Njeri W wrote a review Jun 2020
Atlanta, Georgia123 contributions27 helpful votes
Due to Covid, the shrine gate in the water was roped off. However the rest of the shrine was open and provided enough space that people could social-distance. This is a great stop when visiting the Hakone area.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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razorbagel wrote a review Mar 2020
Baltimore, Maryland42 contributions11 helpful votes
this serene lakeside shrine has everything - towering cedars, a beautiful torii gate on the shore of lake ashi, and a main shrine complex up a steep flight of stairs to make your pilgrimage worthwhile! there's usually a line to have a picture under the lakeside gate, but waiting is worthwhile and pleasant in the shade. don't be shy about exploring along the lakeshore after you get your photo. remember that this is a place of worship, so act accordingly while you're here.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ben D wrote a review Feb 2020
25 contributions5 helpful votes
Came here during the middle of January during a snow storm. While the weather did make it tricky to walk around the temple and the lake, the snow made the entire area beautiful and made for some amazing photos. A great cultural and photogenic experience.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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doctoyou wrote a review Jan 2020
San Diego, California379 contributions26 helpful votes
This is below a temple that is worth a brief visit (esp if someone in your party stays in line while you go up the hill). It’s nice and on the tourist agenda but not a particularly pretty torii but it’s on the water’s edge and bright orange. Don’t confuse it for the main large ones over the street on each side of town. About a 10 min easy walk around the lake. Toilets avail at the temple.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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