One of Hachijojima’s hidden spots—an abandoned hotel on the south side of the island. The hotel is now derelict and the enveloping trees and undergrowth makes it look like something out of a horror movie. Entering the building is prohibited, but quite a few seem to ignore this fact.
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River crossing service for the Edogawa River. The service has continued since the early days of the Edo period, and is the only traditional crossing point remaining in the capital. Unfortunately, there isn’t much to see on the other side, but you could cross over by boat and return the long way over one of the bridges.
A 40 kilometer stretch of traffic light-free highway that begins near Atami and winds its way over the mountains to end mid-way down the peninsula. The road is typically less busy than the coastal roads, and on a clear day Mount Fuji can be seen from the various parking areas and viewpoints.