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End of March - Seeking a fabulous ryokan relatively near Tokyo for 2 nights

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We usually don't plan this far in advance, but I just got award tickets to accompany Mr. Crosscheck on a 12-day work trip to Hong Kong-Shanghai-Seoul-Tokyo. At the end, we will have two free nights (1.5 days) and would like a relaxing experience at a stunning traditional ryokan with amazing food. Prefer less than 2.5 hours from Tokyo by train. Great scenery a plus. Willing to splurge - Will be an anniversary celebration of sorts. We have both been to Kyoto, but not for a while so that's a possibility, but we'd probably like to spend our one full day relaxing rather than sightseeing. Hakone seems more accessible, except one place I read about required a bullet train, a regular train, a toy train and a cable car. All suggestions appreciated.

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