(Outside Togendai Station/port – Canon 1100D)

Our friend has a Japanese friend who visits Hakone every year for its hotsprings. I wasn’t particularly keen on the hotspring, but I was curious about the place that seems to attract even the locals.

It turns out that Hakone came right out of a postcard. Even without the hotsprings, the place is scenic and worthy of a visit in its own right.

This egg was boiled using water from the hot-springs. it can be kept at normal temperature for a week.

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