Jyogashima Sangoso

Address: 674 Misakimachijogashima, Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 238-0237, Japan | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Miura

Me needs a hot bath!

A travel blog entry by luciaandnico on Sep 15, 2010

1 comment, 1 photo

... leaving our place so early for a 2pm flight kinda seemed unnecessary, experience taught us never underestimate how long things can take while traveling abroad.

Good thing too, because it ends up taking us 25 minutes to drag our 60lbs of luggage (for each of us) to the metro entrance where we descend down to the underground tunnel of the subway system just to find an exit on the other side and go up back up 3 ...


A travel blog entry by trixynoden on Jan 29, 2009

4 comments, 8 photos

I decided to do a day trip toYokohama rather than stay over as there were only a few things I wanted to see there. Before I set off there were a couple of stops in Tokyo. I went to the Asakusa Temple (Kannon Do) which was great. One thing people do here is to buy a fortune. It's about JPY100 and you pick it randomly. The idea is, if you don't like it, you just tie it to a tree! I thought mine was ...

Day 19 - Yokohama Zoorasia and Landmark Tower

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 08, 2008

12 photos

... and play with anyone standing near the glass in the underwater viewing section. The seal too, was having a play around with the people viewing from the other side of the glass. The polar bear on the other hand, had clearly been couped up in his pen for too long. For the entire time we watched him, he simply did laps, literally, in his pool. He would push off on one side of the pool, reach the wall ...

National Museum, Shibuya and Yokohama (2 days)

A travel blog entry by gumbylives on May 02, 2008

2 comments, 25 photos

... buddhas were wierd...it felt like they were staring at you with a slight grin. Well after the museum I headed off to the opposite trait of tourism...Shibuya. (where they have the busiest intersection in the world and the busiest Starbucks in the world). I have noticed that Tokyo has a lot of busiest:s. I first thought I was at the famed intersection when I got of the subway but I had to walk a block to it...big difference. The traffic wasnt that ...

Rules for survival in Japan!

A travel blog entry by japanmc on Mar 14, 2008

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... culture but I have much to learn. TIPS ON CULTURE AND NEED TO KNOWS ON HOW TO SURVIVE JAPAN 1. Never leave tip! (Tip is not a requirement here in japan.) Warning: if you do, they will chase after you and say "you forgot your money!" NO JOKE! 2. Remember the you are driving on the opposite side in a car. I go in the car ( I don't drive here though) and I get confused when we are turning into the wrong lane (what i consider the wrong lane). 3.When the ...