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JR Atami Station
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Gift shops next to Atami Station. The architecture doesn't match the station at all.
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In front of Atami Station.
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Hot spring foot bath next to Atami Station.
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Tokugawa Ieyasu's hot spring.
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In front of Atami Station.
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Onsen manju, sweet bean jam cakes steamed with hot spring water are sold everywhere in Atami.
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Onsen manju
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Entrance to shopping arcade.
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Inside Heiwa-dori shopping arcade.
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Hot spring fountain as a hand bath.
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Lots of sloping roads in hilly Atami.
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Directions
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About Atami's seven hot springs
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Atami Ginza is quite deserted during the day.
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Atami Ginza is a street of shops.
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Hawaiian restaurant in Atami Ginza.
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Some cherry trees near the beach.
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Rainbow Deck
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Atami Sun Beach is popular in summer.
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It takes about 20 min. to walk to the beach from Atami Station.
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Imagine hpw crowded the beach will get when they have summer fireworks in Atami.
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Atami Moon Terrace
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The beachfront is a mishmash of buildings.
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Water fountain for lovers.
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Ferry
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Hatsushima island
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Ferries go to Hatsushima and Oshima islands.
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Yacht harbor
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Peninsula on the right side is unsightly with another mishmash of structures.
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Fake castle in Atami, but a landmark nevertheless.
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Plaque for Sir Rutherford Alcock, the first British ambassador to Japan and the first foreigner to climb Mt. Fuji. He stopped in Atami on the way back from Mt. Fuji.
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Tacky bridges leading to the sleazy side of town.
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Atami has a few hot spring public baths where you can enjoy the waters without having to stay at a hotel. It costs around 500 yen to 1000 yen.
   
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