Address: 552 Minamishitauramachi Matsuwa, Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 238-0104, Japan | B&B
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Quaint, small city near Tokyo with a giant buddha

A travel blog entry by willjthomas on Mar 16, 2012

15 photos

Kamakura is a small city, south-west of Tokyo. It's a popular destination for Japanese tourists, probably because of it's nearby beaches and temples. It is also home to Daibatsu, a giant bronze statue of a buddha which is an awesome sight.

I went there on a daytrip from Tokyo, since it ...

Throwing pots!

A travel blog entry by mark820 on Nov 30, 2009

3 comments, 29 photos

... done!! Such graciousness you won’t find anywhere else on earth!

Then it was off to the pottery studio. (again, check previous blogs to read my history with them) This is another wonderful family with grandma and two small children – I brought gifts this trip. Toshi and I “threw pots” for an hour and a half, with the sensei (teacher) helping every step of the way. We made bowls, plates, cups and other stuff. We chose the pieces we wanted to ...

"Prom" sign ups

A travel blog entry by claudiv on Apr 15, 2009

... for the next day. I ended the night writing papers for my classes. I got my two papers for physics for mariners finished that were about the ports that we have visited. I chose to write on Spain and Morocco since they were vastly different. I also started another two papers about the electric energy museum I "visited" in Tokyo and an energy report on Spain. I have two more papers to complete before Guatemala but I decided to work on them after ...

Yokohama with Family

A travel blog entry by schwinkle on Dec 30, 2008

1 comment, 24 photos

... in Yokohama! We spent a lot of time playing on their Wii -- primarily bowling and other simple games. I'm not really all that interested in these types of video games but it was a lot of fun to play with the kids. I was absolutely amazed at their skill levels! The Wii Fit game was quite extraordinary. I'd heard about this at work but I really wasn't sure how good it might ...

Day 19 - Yokohama Zoorasia and Landmark Tower

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 08, 2008

12 photos

... had a better laid out viewing area, plus it enabled access to the roof to allow you to have clear, glass-free shots, but the view from the Landmark Tower was much better. We relaxed with coffees at a window-side table looking to the North-West, which would have had us looking at Mt Fuji were it not for a storm several kilometers away in that direction. After an hour, and many, many photos, we ...