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 ...

Day 20 - A quiet day in Yokohama

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 09, 2008

1 comment, 4 photos

... down to the local "eat street" near the train station, on what was the most pleasant afternoon, temperature wise, that we have had while in Japan. I was very keen to try the tempura restaurant next door to our favorite curry house, but the restaurant was absolutely packed to the rafters, with more groups of people waiting outside. A sure fire sign that the food there is good, but we couldn't afford to sit around for an hour ...

Exploring Yokohama

A travel blog entry by mcooney74 on Jul 09, 2008

20 photos

... bikes up. I saw so many bikes today parked all over this city and not one was locked. My question is, what are they doing here to get everyone to be so polite and considerate and honest? There is something almost magical about it. My favorite thing I have seen so far are the school kids. They wear the cutest damn uniforms you have ever seen and the children here are so unbelievably beautiful it is crazy. Well, enjoy the picture slide show and I'll write again soon. ...

Rules for survival in Japan Continued (part II)

A travel blog entry by japanmc on Mar 16, 2008

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... of people in the train * ok well not on top but crushed against them. People don't even flinch or care at all. But, when you go and hug or get really close, they get uncomfortable. They have no bubble when it comes to trains and the city but when it comes to emotional connections or greeting people, it's different. Hm.... Don't quite get it. I can hug people at church but man those trains and buses make me uncomfortable at times. ...

Into a different world

A travel blog entry by ryota on Dec 13, 2007

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... the walk, Mr S and I engaged in a conversation. This was a most uncanny conversation I had in years. "The snake... It was big. The Asahi guys thought it was from Okinawa", he muttered. A moment later he revealed his life story, "I was born in Harajuku [a town in central Tokyo]. My dad had been born in Kochi and he was a calligraphy teacher. He lived until 95." Not only was I trying to follow ...