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Hot Springs At Jiragonno Resort Near Mt. Fuji

EVENING TIME AFTER DISNEY SEA....
We passed by this scenery...
Yes, this is next on the itinerary...
Fuji Mountain!
We passed by an igloo??? 
Japanese Igloo, I can say....
This must be the name of the resort we stayed... 
Jiragonno Fuji .. 
That is what was written.... 
LOL... 
Japanese Buffet dinner at the resort...
Optional order of Sashimi.... have to pay separately.... 
Photo taking wearing the Yukata after dinner... 
This time round, I tried the hot spring bath at the resort for very the first time... 
One tip though... don't go in with your own friends... 
I went by myself... mingled with strangers...
And I don't feel so shy or awkward...
Isn't that funny??
LOL... 


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  1. Wow, what an awesome mountain shot! I bet going in with other visitors, you are all equally shy. That FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. The hot spring bath...got wear baju or not? LOL!

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  3. Haha. Must be shy to go in naked with someone you know. I feel you. I actually went into sauna with my 2 sil and cousin when in Korea. Oh well. At first it wasn't comfortable but after a while, we settled in. Lol.

    Sashimi. Must have in Japan. Fresh.

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  4. Your friends went at different times or there are many different hot spring baths so each went to a different one?

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    1. Two baths, one indoor and one outdoor.. I went at different times.. hahaa

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  5. I like the first photo, very beautiful scenery

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  6. You went to those baths? I hear everyone's stark naked. No photo? Muahahahahaha!!!!

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    1. Yes, stark ... of course, no cameras are allowed.. apa la..

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  7. Good for you to brave into the hot baths.... must try your strategy next time.

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  8. Beautiful view of Mt Fuji! You look like a Japanese lady! Stark naked? Don't know whether I have to courage or not!

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  9. My wife's ex student who is a Lesbian told us about her worst nightmare going to the Hot Spring with 9 other ladies in her own family!!! All her aunties and grandmother were there too. She wanted to die right away as they all forced her to strip with them. The aunties were even poking fun at each other. Funny thing is I often saw Japanese men chatting away in birthday suits like office colleagues or college mates. I also avoid going inside with friends. ha ha!

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