Kamogawa Grand Tower
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... I was in heaven.
The trek down was cool. The mountainside covered in trees and moss-covered rocks. It wasn't long before we begin to encounter the statues carved in the late 1700s. Fifteen-hundred figures line the side of the trail. An enormous feat that took almost three decades to complete. We meandered our way along the trail sometimes ducking through tunnels and traveling up more stairs, each ...
... therapy and gymnastics. We've made friends. And we've explored a bit. If I really think about it, we are making great progress. On Saturday, we braved the trains again and ventured back to Kamakura to see the Daibutsu, an almost 40 foot tall Buddha built in 1252. We took a long walk ending at the beach; Will squealing with joy playing in the sand. It wasn't a huge outing, but it was a nice and needed break from ...
... We finished our outing with a stroll along Tokyo Bay. I love the promenades, water vistas and especially the lush green hills. I am exhausted, overwhelmed but most of all excited about this new journey. And we've come along way physically, mentally and emotionally. We are making progress. We have arrived. We've assembled a plan. We've gotten our bearings, and we've even made new friends (more about this later). We are in Japan. We now live in Japan. Still feels ...
... garden and it is the only one of it's kind in this area. The monk said it is his job to rake the stones weekly. In a Japanese garden, everything is placed with meaning. In this garden, the large stone in the back represents a mountain, and the stones are a river. I wish I knew more about the symbolism here. It certainly is beautiful, peaceful and I would love to have a back yard like this! It was a peaceful Saturday morning!
... more. The traditional japanese breakfast is clearly meant to keep you full - or elseways, the japanese are perhaps simply a folk that is very hungry in the morning. I have never had so much for breakfast in my life - not even when on the traditional breakfast in Osaka (that one was smaller, though). Back to practice. This weekend had me homesick in the way of missing the opportunity to practice whenever you feel like it. It is very inconvienient ...