Jyogashima Asobigasaki Resort

Address: 372-1 Misakimachijogashima, Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 238-0237, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Miura

Fabulous Fuji

A travel blog entry by pres_sham on Oct 30, 2011

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Sham surprised me by arranging a stop off in Hakone for one night which was a great way to break up our journey back to Tokyo. This is the perfect spot for a breath-taking view of Mount Fuji. This is Japan's highest mountain (3776m). On a clear day, the volcano is visible from as far as Tokyo (100km away).

We ...

Into the Wild

A travel blog entry by seanandkat on Jun 25, 2009

140 photos

... I suppose it`s only human.

We got to take a gander a while at tapirs, some nocturnal guys (including bats and a small wild cat), what looked like giant guinea pigs, and others. There were polar bears, but they looked really distressed. Their habitat was sort of small and I could only imagine that the heat was oppressive. We couldn`t feel any cool air coming from their display. The one was pacing back and forth. Sean thought he looked ...

Day 19 - Yokohama Zoorasia and Landmark Tower

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 08, 2008

12 photos

... the spedometer redline at 750 meters per minute (I actually video'd the speedometer display on the way down). We got to the overservation deck on the 69th floor at about 6pm, which gave us around half an hour until sundown, which was perfect. This enabled us to get photos both in light, and after dark, which we didn't have the opportunity to do at the Umeda Sky building in Osaka. The Umeda ...

National Museum, Shibuya and Yokohama (2 days)

A travel blog entry by gumbylives on May 02, 2008

2 comments, 25 photos

... polite japanese acknowledgement) and boarded the train quickly. Thru the glass I could see the two guys and bowed to acknowledge my appreciation to them and they bowed back and smiled. Bowing is not a must for us westerners, but hey when in rome.....I think it will be strange to go back to Canada now and not bow and say Aaragato Gozaimus. I say it all the time here....I mean Alll the time. I got on the rapid line to Yokohama and was there in no time. Is ...

Rules for survival in Japan!

A travel blog entry by japanmc on Mar 14, 2008

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... be placed on when not used! Yes they are so proper. Of course you don't want your fork or spoon to touch the table and it looks bad if its on the plate...so the japanese made little napkins that can fit your spoon or fork! 9. On some trains, there are women only sections! There was one section that stated that only women and children in elementary school were allowed in it. Dude I didn't notice until I was reading the sign from the other section. Luckily I ...