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When I woke up in the morning, the sky was clear and cloudless. Altitude here is 900m, Fuji in front, Suruga Bay on the left, and Sagami Bay on the right. I have been here many times, but this is the first time I have had such a clear view.
This photo is the view from the hot spring on the top floor of Tokyu Harvest Amagi Kogen.
For our morning walk, we chose a course I had never taken before.
I found this walking course and walked along it.
This time we didn’t see any deer, so we headed for the deer course.
Konatsu got her share, too, and breakfast was over. Since we had come all this way, we decided to go see the Kawazu cherry blossoms, so we drove south on the Izu Peninsula. However, it took us more than an hour to drive there because there seemed to be so many people who wanted to see the Kawazu cherry blossoms, even though it usually takes only 30 minutes.