Tonosawa Spa° 12°ň
[ID] 2926°°°°( ID:2926 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Place] Hakone
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 264x200
[Cabinet] 59-17-0
[Keyword] Hakone/mountain/river
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The town of Tonosawa Spa along Hayakawa River. The large building on the left is the old Fukuzumiro before it was lost in the disastrous flood of 1910. The mountain on the right is Yusaka. The one on the left is Tonomine. The white building on the hillside was summer cottages of Russian Orthodox Church of Japan constructed around 1880. A small hill underneath is Mt. Shouri which Zhu Shun Shui (a Chinese scholor during 1600s) praized as exceling to Mt. Li in China. He named it Shorizan (lit. "Exceling to Mt. Rei ").