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I was in no hurry to get back to Tokyo from Hakone so stopped st Naraya cafe on the way. Near RR station attractively decorated little place with marvelous views of nearby hills and relaxing foot bath to enjoy as you drink or dine or...More
It’s a lovely space full of delightful views and cutesy ornaments.
Coffee came out of a little espresso machine and tasted burnt like normal in Japan.
The hotdog was tasty although I don’t have much experience of breakfast hotdogs to go on.
Cool spot that does a great job at coffee and light eats - we really enjoyed our pizza. The cafe is built with a modern edge while also seamlessly incorporating the gorgeous hakone backdrop with huge window views and a foot onsen for those who...More
Just passing by this charming place when we went to the station. And just what we needed. Take off the shoes, have a cold Guiness and a hot dog with your feet in hot water. You can get several light dishes, some good international beers...More
Great little cafe with outdoor mini-onsen footpath. Great tasting blue cheese pizza - with (optional) honey on top. Interesting and good combination. It was cold when we arrived, and sitting outdoors didn't feel too tempting, but the hot water covering the feet quickly heated the...More
We can enjoy "ashi yu," which can serve us the hot spring to our foot. It makes us warm and relaxed to have cafe. You can feel the nature of Hakone mountains.
Please bring your towel for you after you enjoy ashi yu.
After two long train rides, we were so relieved to find such an inviting and warm atmosphere to relax with a hot bowl of udon. The food was absolutely delicious, wonderful tempura. The cafe overlooks the view of the mountainside through windows clouded by the...More
Friendly staff. The menu was a bit limited in terms of food that wasn't sweets and drinks, so I would advise a post-lunch visit.
The free footbath is very soothing after the days of walking. We visited in autumn and I was silly enough not...More
Charming little cafe with (of course) friendly staff right by Miyanoshita station. We stopped and had a coffee, which was pretty good, then having missed our train by 30 seconds turned around and went back for round 2. The hot springs for your feet are...More
Parking anywhere in these villages is a bit of a premium, but there are some spaces down the road in the village. We accessed it via the train. The roads are very windy and there are lots of buses on them so take it easy