Familio Tateyama

Address: 81-17 Oka, Tateyama, Chiba, Kanto, 294-0031, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 81-17 Oka, Tateyama, is near Nambo Paradise Botanical Garden and Awa Jinja.
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    Travel Blogs from Tateyama

    Clap Twice Loudly

    A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Jun 12, 2015

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    ... and venturing out in Japan. Since Mike & I have no problem with this, we viewed the day as a date with free child care. A 20 minute train trip brought us to Kamakura, where the first Shogun established a capital in 1185. A tour guide brought us to the Tsurugaoka Hachiman-gu Shrine sharing elements of Shinto and Samaruai culture. She led us in the ritual of purifying ourselves before entering the shrine by cleansing our hands and mouth. At ...

    Kamakura Cousins

    A travel blog entry by lijiri on May 23, 2015

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    ... and then the treasure store –Ghibli! Lily finds a Totoro thermos –
    perfect! A few more souvenirs later then we’re back in the car for the main attraction.

    The Kamakura Daibutsu is a welcome sight – not as big as I remember, it’s still impressive
    and elicits plenty of oohs and aahs. I get to tell my Nara no daibutsu joke and get the groans. (Which has ...

    Day 43: Kamakura

    A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 16, 2015

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    WE DID: - hike to Daibatsu from Kita-Kamakura station, via shrine to throw a plate at a rock and hence rid ourselves of malign influences - visited the Daibatsu - the second biggest Buddha statue in Japan (the first is in Nara, see Day 7) and the largest outdoors one - we could even walk around inside it for a fee ...

    Tokyo, Kamakura, Atami

    A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 11, 2015

    ... window that overlooks the ocean. We enjoyed a cup of green tea while admiring the view. For dinner, we all donned our yukata which was supplied in our rooms. The dinner was a traditional kaiseki dinner with several courses including sashimi, miso soup, pickles, jelly fish, tempura, chicken & vegetables, soba noodles, mochi, vegetables, fruit, and some things that we had never seen or tasted before. A surprise part of the dinner was ...

    Yoga and a National Treasure

    A travel blog entry by goingrogish on May 09, 2015

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    ... a large drum in the corner, and other ornamental objects that remain a mystery to me.

    After the yoga session, the resident monk took us on a tour. We walked out back, up a steep stone staircase and entered a tiny museum. This museum contains a national treasure and is under lock and key. It is rarely open to the general public, so this tour was a very special treat for us. Through the interpreter, he ...