I went to “Unzen Kanko Hotel” on Mt. Unzen Fugendake. Well-known long-established ryokan and hotel.
Unzen Mountain Climb!
I went to Unzen from Nagasaki through Isahaya. It was quite a long way… the road was crowded, and the mountain climbing was so far away that I felt like I couldn’t climb it. There is something like a lake around the time of Tsukuba, and a town appears. It’s about the center of it. The smell of sulfur and the hot air from the volcano make the hot springs feel amazing. The inns and hotels in this area are truly hot springs.
Unzen is a hot spring town, isn’t it?
There is “Unzen Kanko Hotel” in such a town. It seems to be a long-established and famous hotel. Similar to the “Kanaya Hotel” in Nikko and the “Mampei Hotel” in Karuizawa, it has an old history, and is robust and has thick pillars. However, when I think about it, the building itself is designated as a tangible cultural property, and the building itself is subsidized for the protection of the building. So it’s not a matter of business, but the whole cost of maintaining it will come from the state. As a result, it will not collapse. I don’t know what to think about this kind of format, but if you look at the building, isn’t it okay to rebuild it with a modern one? That’s how it feels, but what do you think?
Unzen descends early.
The return trip was downhill, so it was unusually fast. Downhill The car will go down on its own. Because of that, he was able to get off the mountain quickly. It’s just one word, “Haya~”. But again, the road he did was busy and it took a long time to get on the highway, but he got to Nagasaki earlier than he expected, but a little earlier than he expected.