Hotel Green Plaza Kamogawa

Address: 3289-2 Amatsu, Kamogawa, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-5503, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3289-2 Amatsu, Kamogawa.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamogawa

    Rain on My Parade

    A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Oct 17, 2015

    44 photos

    ... portable shrines made their appearance. My understanding is that each neighborhood shrine has a float. Some of the families and neighbors that utilize that shrine form a team to pull and push the shrine through the streets of the city. Some of the shrines were pulled at a very leisurely pace while other teams would do brief sprints causing the shrine to rush by. Drums, flutes and encouraging chants filled the air as each shrine passed. ...

    Day two in Kurihama.

    A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 03, 2015

    7 photos

    ... has different was of preparing their curry and the one we tried was pretty good. We stopped at a 7-11 where we picked up a few treats, like a bottle of red wine for after dinner and some chocolate for the trip. All the necessities of course. We had a great little visit, another amazing dinner out in a favourite restaurant of Harumi's and tried new foods. Then it was back home for a night cap and to get prepared for our next day of travel to ...

    Visiting Harumi and Isao

    A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 02, 2015

    11 photos

    ... a maze to get to their place. Honestly don't think I could have found my way to their place on our own even after coming and going a few times. After getting settled in, chatting and walking the dogs (two of them), we went to a small local restaurant which served tempura, sashimi, sushi, and more. They serve the fresh catch of the day for their sashimi and sushi. We had tempura, miso soup, pickled veggies, and sashimi. It was all very ...

    Culture and Medicine

    A travel blog entry by sonofwildboar on Sep 16, 2015

    5 photos

    Looking after family is ingrained in Japanese culture. Many people are coping at home with an unbelievably heavy burden of care: from hygiene, to wound dressing, to feeding via PEG tube, to ventilator maintenance. Their work is no less noble than the doctors I met in Timor, and unfortunately some of the cases are no less heart wrenching. There are several elderly patients with multiple comorbidities. A variety of ages are bed bound ...

    Home Care Medicine

    A travel blog entry by sonofwildboar on Sep 09, 2015

    6 photos

    ... not much cash flow. I think traditions of looking after family and a decent home care service have rescued this region.

    So far this experience has highlighted to me why I wanted to go into paediatrics. It isn't necessarily that I want to look after children. I enjoy needing to remember all of my general medicine and looking after an entire person with thoughts and feelings as opposed to an organ, but most of all I value ...