Mt Fuji & Around Tokyo
Kiwako & Atsushi
Splashing Our Way to Ashinoko
Ashinoko Lake, a place blessed with nature. we spent a hefty amount of time there, gazing at its beauty. The guest, who works closely with camera was immediately captivated by the view.
Yo-Ho,Yo-Ho The Pirates of The Ashinoko
We got on board on the famous Ashinoko pirate cruise and set sail the open lake! We are then showered by the beautiful view of the lake and nearby landscape. Needless to say, It was breathtaking.
Greeted by Mt. Fuji
We then made our way to the top of Hakone's crater using a ropeway. There, we tried "Spicy as Hell Ramen!". As we tried our best to chow down the noodles, we were greeted with a rare view of Mt. Fuji
An Art Museum Out in Nature
Unlike most art museum, Mori Art Musuem is open air and is surrounded by nature. There's a lot of unique and intersting installation there, but honestly no words could describe its beauty.
Meet up in Hakone
Explore Ashinoko Lake while waiting for our pirate ship to arrive
Arrive at Togendai
Off to the top by ropeway
Visit Hakone Open-Air Museum
See you again
Both of our guests wore Yukata that they bought at Tokyo throughout our journey together. At first, I was worried. It must be hard for the two of them to walk around in those attire, considering that this was their first time. But as we arrived in Hakone, I was incredibly pleased. Their getup and Hakone's perfect blend of art and nature do compliment each other really well. Both of them really love taking pictures, so it was perfect. At the end, we managed to capture some outstanding shots, which made me and our guests really happy.