Lemon Tree

Address: 163-1 Daijingu, Tateyama, Chiba, Kanto, 294-0233, Japan | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Tateyama Onsen area of Tateyama, is near Nambo Paradise Botanical Garden and Awa Jinja.
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Travel Blogs from Tateyama

Yoga and a National Treasure

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on May 09, 2015

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I kick-started my Mother's Day weekend with a yoga session at a Shinto Shrine. Manshoji Shrine is old. Not old, as in, needs a new coat of paint. OLD, as in, this place is hundreds of years old, old! The yoga session was fun and unique, but not the best yoga I've ever done. The instructor did a great a great job of conducting the class in her best engrish. Inside the large tatami room, there were beautiful brass ...

End of the practice camp

A travel blog entry by sechiria on Apr 26, 2015

Second day of training camp was as fun as the first. We got up at 8 (hungover and sleepdepraved from yesterdays partying) but in good spirits and hungry for breakfast. And yes, there was a whole lot of breakfast to be eaten. The japanese breakfast served at the hostel consisted of smoked fish, salad, bread, umebashi (sour pickled plum), natto, rice, bread, sausages, jelly, grilled salmon, squid, pickled seaweed, other pickled vegetables, omelette, ...

Tons of practice... both ways

A travel blog entry by sechiria on Apr 25, 2015

... mysterious miso-based soup and some strange jelly-looking thing that tasted of green tea) practice in tutti. Two hours later we were done, and Mika-san and I decided it was bathing time. Muramatsu-san joined us halfway in. It was lovely and so relaxing after practicing so much! Love the japanese baths. Night fell. And we all went to bed. Yeah right. Night means party-time in the Shinjuku Symphony Orchestra. Tons of food, snacks, alcohol, none alcohol (finally, a country where ...

Here comes the sun

A travel blog entry by erath on Feb 14, 2015

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Spring is actually starting over here. I was a bit cynical when I heard that the Japanese celebrate the beginning of spring on February 3rd (Setsubun), but this week you can actually see it all around you. Daffodils are opening up, temperatures are slowly rising to a no-coat-required level and the cherry trees are showing the buds that (in a month or so) will open up into the famous pink ...

Who Doesn't Love A Parade??

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Oct 19, 2014

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... base, we followed the shrine parade for a bit. They all ended up in a parking lot so everyone could walk around and get a better look. There were lots of people wearing funny masks, dancing around and many of the shrines had musicians. I was surprised to see so many children playing the instruments! It was an enjoyable Cultural Event that we didn't have to travel far to experience.
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