Private Hotel & Spa restaurant Shinra
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... add looks very good for having been out in the elements for over 500 years.
After saying goodby to Buddha we reboard our bus and head towards our second stop—Tsourugaoka.
Tsurugaoka Hachimangu is Kamakura's most important shrine. It was founded by Minamoto Yoriyoshi in 1063, and enlarged ...
... in nature and a sometimes challenging climb. For long the mountain had been used for the mining of stone. Along the way to the top you pass all kinds of features that remind you of this. First the stone steps that are carved out in the rocky pathway. Later on you pass some Lord-of-the-Rings type caves. When you take some detours from the path you find the rusty excavation equipment that ...
... living abroad. We are our own troop. The first year in Japan, we did our own thing: worked on badges that interested Raelyn, did simple service projects as a family, etc. Recently, we linked up with a few other Trailblazers from the base and there are several new families joining AHG this year! It's exciting to see God bringing all of these lovely families together. We all decided to start meeting twice a month and we began planning ...
Today was my last day with Dad and we decided to go out of town to Kamakura on the coast to see the famous Big Buddha and temples in the ancient capital of Japan. After a more reasonable start to the day than yesterday going to the fish market we grabbed some breakfast and headed to Yokohama station to get the JR train to Kamakura. Getting of the train in Kamakura was strange as I had yet to see any other part of japan than the city. Rural life looked a lot ...
... quieten my rumbling stomach and pay to get into some of the shrines! The great Buddha statue really is impressive, in it's appearance and size but also in its resilience. Built in 1262 it has survived storms, tsunamis and earthquakes which have brought down almost everything else around it. Afterwards I visited the equally impressive Kencho-Ji Shrine with its traditional Japanese garden, cave complex and shrines to individual gods of wealth, ...