Zenbei

Address: 1279 Sunosaki, Tateyama, Chiba, Kanto, 294-0316, Japan | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1279 Sunosaki, Tateyama, is near Nambo Paradise Botanical Garden and Awa Jinja.
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Travel Blogs from Tateyama

Clap Twice Loudly

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Jun 12, 2015

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... base shuttle on its long, slow, meandering route back to the Navy Lodge. Eat a late dinner, put Will to bed and collapse. The good news is the more time I spend on the shuttle and learning a lot of military rules in class, the happier I am that we have to live in town. The great news is we found a house we love. It's about a 20 minute drive by car and located between 2 stations/lines each about a 10 minute walk away. In addition, it's close to ...

Kamakura Cousins

A travel blog entry by lijiri on May 23, 2015

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... longer, the Nara Buddah or Kamakura Buddah? Neither - they're both sitting!) Lily grabs another sketching spot while Anna and I climb into the statue for a look at the inside – didn't remember it was hollow. Fun surprise.

We’re back at Minami Machida for a rest before the evening show – MAY and AMY! (Spoiler,
Lily’s top 3 favorite parts of our Japan trip: Amy, Amy, and May). ...

Day 43: Kamakura

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on May 16, 2015

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WE DID: - hike to Daibatsu from Kita-Kamakura station, via shrine to throw a plate at a rock and hence rid ourselves of malign influences - visited the Daibatsu - the second biggest Buddha statue in Japan (the first is in Nara, see Day 7) and the largest outdoors one - we could even walk around inside it for a fee ...

Tokyo, Kamakura, Atami

A travel blog entry by joanyoung on May 11, 2015

... window that overlooks the ocean. We enjoyed a cup of green tea while admiring the view. For dinner, we all donned our yukata which was supplied in our rooms. The dinner was a traditional kaiseki dinner with several courses including sashimi, miso soup, pickles, jelly fish, tempura, chicken & vegetables, soba noodles, mochi, vegetables, fruit, and some things that we had never seen or tasted before. A surprise part of the dinner was ...

Yoga and a National Treasure

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on May 09, 2015

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... spoke with great reverence about this man.

Twenty years ago, the Smithsonian in Washington DC had a special exhibit of historical Japanese treasures. This portrait was among the items that traveled to and from the US. The monk told us that he went with it.

Before leaving, the monk showed us the traditional Japanese garden in the back of the shrine. One of Japan's most famous gardeners designed ...