Kanponoyado Kamogawa

Address: 1137 Nishicho, Kamogawa, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 296-0043, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1137 Nishicho, Kamogawa.
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    Rain on My Parade

    A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Oct 17, 2015

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    ... reintroduced. A gun salute proceeded a large battle. The reenactment concluded with a dramatic sword battle featuring 3 Samurai. Mike and I thought it was a fascinating show. Surprisingly or maybe not, Will was more interested in playing in the sand with a little boy sitting next to us. We left the beach and returned to the festival booths. We munched on yakitori and Will played a small carnival game. We chatted with some locals and sampled ...

    Day two in Kurihama.

    A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 03, 2015

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    Today we visited the Great Buddha (Kotokuin Temple) of Kumakura. It's a huge Buddha statue which was truly a sight to see. We were able to go inside for an extra 20 yen (about 20 cents). Well worth it. After that we went to see the Mikasa, a Japanese battle ship that fought in the Russian-Japanese war. Then it was off to have Navy curry. This curry was created to satisfy the food cravings of the British sailors. Then it stuck and is very popular in Japan. ...

    Visiting Harumi and Isao

    A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 02, 2015

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    ... this one and deemed it the best for her guests. We are happy she did so much research because the ramen was excellent. The restaurant was very small, about 10 seats at the eating bar which overlooked the kitchen. You could really see how they were preparing your food. It was all part of the experience. Next we went to Harumi and Isao's house. They live in a very nice residential area with lots of hills and narrow windy roads. It ...

    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

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    ... followed up at regular intervals and also have the option to call if they have a problem. Appointments can range from half an hour to an hour depending on the purpose of the visit. Each team member sees about 3-5 patients per day.

    Apparently this service is not typical in Japan. In bigger cities they see up to 10-15 patients in a day with much shorter appointments. In London I think we're somewhere in between. Planning my elective ...