Komakado Kazaana Cave, Gotemba

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  • Very good, like caves, there have been some, but without writing too much here. Like underground caves, the photogenic is near the entrance. Worth a little walk from the train station, but is!
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  • Rooms are good. Worth seeing is! I think old people and kids can enjoy. Also I would like to go.
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  • In the air is a hole, so when you are cool, because Fuji can also change midway drive, is recommended. Summer can be refreshed in a particularly cool walk time.
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  • Quite an adventure to walk into this cave which was bigger than I expected. The cave is easy to walk. Just a bit slippery at places. A torch was provided at the entrance. We visited just before the closing time so we hurried and spent only around 20 minutes in the cave and did not get to go into the side section Worth visiting if you passes by this town. The lady in the ticket office was very friendly and offered to explain to us the driving direction to our next destination.
  • Although the cave itself is not really huge, being inside feels rather great. Breathing the pure air and almost hitting my head at some point made thistrip enjoyable. One of the places to see when visiting Japan.
  • The scenery is beautiful and the caves are easy to enter and explore by following the manmade path. Each time I've been here it has been raining which actually added to the serenity of the place. You can't visit during very heavy rain. I don't know if it is an official power spot, but there is an energy. Parking is on the far side of the road, it's free. Entrance to the caves is cheap, kids are free. There is a fresh water spring behind the reception box, I recommend sampling the delicious water. There is a rest area there too.
  • Hole located in the residential district. Stopped at exactly expecting unexpectedly large authentic and surprised. In a sense, because, there are so far not wet feet, but reverse hit off the beaten path spot in betrayed. Springs of Mt. Fuji is located behind the reception and enjoy a mild, delicious water. What a pity there doesn't come out of slime and doraki.
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  • The second visit. Increased light in the cave? You can have light. New toilet is a toilet. Two adults and students at 1,000 yen and reasonable.
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