Kamogawa Inn Hiratsuka

1-26 Akashicho, Hiratsuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 254-0042, Japan | Hotel

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In With a Bang

A travel blog entry by gadelle


... Hey guys! It's three! You guys! We can take our sheets out! It's time for the sheets! Woohoo!"

As for the fireworks themselves, they were lovely. There were some new shapes this year (watermelon, anyone?), strong displays of colour, and a lot of rainbow motifs, of which I strongly approved. And compared to the other years I attended this show, the crowd funnelling back to the station was much more efficient, as ...


A travel blog entry by bellethorpe


... by the senior gyoji and two maku-uchi Rikishi wearing their Mawashi, one of them bearing a sword. Over his Kesho-mawashi the Yokozuna wore a massive braided white hemp rope weighing several kilos.

This was tied in a bow at the back and ornamented in the front with strips of paper hanging in zigzag patterns. This is a familiar religious symbol in Japan and was always hanging in Shinto shrines. The whole process was fascinating and ...

Fuji Film

A travel blog entry by emjo12


... endless boasting about his strength Jono began to get altitude sickness around the 7th station. This got worse at the 8th. Our mountain hut was a little too cosy with two people per futon but a good dinner was provided (although this did not stay with Jono). We discussed with the hut staff about timing our ascent for the sunrise. We think they must have underestimated our climbing prowess as we set out at 1.30AM (oxygen can in hand for jono) ...

Our First Full Day in Tokyo

A travel blog entry by pacstar


... we went back to the hotel for a rest break. We were both feeling pretty tired from the jet lag, so we crashed in the hotel room for a few hours until it was time for dinner.

The restaurant we went to for dinner was only about a 10 minute walk from our hotel, and specialized in unagi, or eel. The waitresses looked very elegant in their kimonos and seated us at a table by the window. We both ordered the eel with the restaurant's ...

Unforgettable times

A travel blog entry by odevened


I've never been able to say I chose a boring career.

The varied assignments have always kept things interesting, been one of the "perks" of the job...

There are days when the extremes of human conditions are so strong, so vivid that they can never be forgotten. Reporting on Northern Arizona wide receiver Clarence Moore (he was picked by the Baltimore Ravens on ...


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