I had finished the big hike the day before and I was feeling very good about hiking 70+ hard kilometers in five days. The hike was over but not the adventure. After another big breakfast (and another morning without coffee), I was ready to take another look at Nachi San.
Every morning, I asked Kohi arimasu ka? and the answer was Nai. (Is there coffee? No.) I like green tea, but I really like a cup of coffee in the morning. I saw this little coffee shop on my way back up the hill and paid 350 yen for a cup of coffee. That's a normal price for a cup of coffee in Japan, but I am so cheap, I don't often order coffee out.
I really enjoyed my cup of coffee, then I took a few more photos at Nachi san.
From here I caught the local bus to Kii-Katsura. There are many onsens here, but I was interested in going to Urashima, a hotel with seven onsens on an island. The hotel was out of my price range, but for 1000 yen, I could use any/all of the onsens on the property for the day. The ferry going to and from the island was free.
Cameras are not allowed in the onsens, but here is a poster in the train station. I loved the cave onsens at the water's edge with the waves splashing in.
After returning to Kii-Katsura, I wandered around the fish market area, then went to the place I was staying the night. Meals were not included here, but they did have a little shared kitchen area. I bought something to eat at the konbini and ate in my room.