Hell Valley, Hakone

Caching in Japan is kind of special. We try to pick up a few and move TBs and coins around when possible. Some of the caches state that coordinates are off or inaccurate but I found the ones we did mostly spot on or at least within the expected deviation. Then there is the language barrier. Some descriptions are a bit odd and seems to translated by computer. At least the descriptions are all in English, could that be an idea for caches back home? Caches don’t get found as much as we are used to and some areas are blank. Too bad that virtual caches are no longer accepted as it would be an excellent opportunity for visitors to create some action.
As for our caching, The Japanese maps I got for my Colorado 300 have proved invaluable. In places where signs are only in Japanese we still find our way around by just looking at the GPSmap.