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Lockers at Odawara

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This is a bit esoteric, but we're trying to scrape together an itinerary (will be in November) and part of that may be spending a day at or near Hakone en route from Tokyo to Kyoto.

We have two small versions of my wife who call us weird names like "mom" and "dad" who will be tagging along with us because we can't kennel them like our dog (it's a joke, relax). That means we'll have two 29" duffles of stuff along with various accessory bags (backpacks, whatever small bags the hobbits have). This leads to the simple question: are there luggage lockers at Odawara that can fit our duffles? Unlike framed or hard-side luggage, the duffles will squish a few inches (2.54 centimeters per for you metric types) to help fit if the larger lockers are not 29" high or deep.

We have a nine-night trip planned and would go to Hakone on day 1 of our JR pass - that means a shinkansen to Odawara and transfer to the non-JR train from there (yeah, I know, but we'd just be looking at Mt. Fuji and not puttering about the area overnight so the Odakyu train & area offers are superfluous - don't need too many stopover places when traveling with two kids < 10).

Insight much appreciated.

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