Shonan Jinzai Ikusei Center

Address: 5-25-1 Nagai, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 238-0316 , Japan | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 5-25-1 Nagai, Yokosuka.
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Travel Blogs from Yokosuka

Dorm Life

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 11, 2013

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... Love you. Sorry." Joe has never been there and if you read my previous story about what they train system is like...well, Joe would be using his good sense to get himself and his drunk friend back. Later I got a text that they were in a taxi, then he came home around 3:30am. He's definitely past "those days" since college.

Another thing that reminds of what dorm life must be like is laundry. Always having to have ...

Japanese is the New Southern

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 20, 2013

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... explain what different road signs meant, and over lunch she was teaching the kids some Japanese phrases. When Daniel told her he was "GO" (five), she explained how to say, "I am 5 years old". (I'd write it, but I don't remember it!) I guess I need to start carrying a notepad around. She is going to be a valuable resource in the months, possibly years to come. Maybe we can teach her how to barbeque?
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Japanese Adventures!

A travel blog entry by seoul2soul on May 19, 2013

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... as I always do on international flights. Afterwards, I got the "itis" and stretched out in my recliner chair on the plane and rested in the Lord. LOL That sounded churchy huh? LOL After arriving to Tokyo and getting checked into the hotel, we proceeded to do some exploring. We walked around, talked to the natives, took pictures, met some man from Kenya who SWEARS that he was an employee of President Obama's father's company (O_0), had great food with bomb dot com ...

Japanese Adventures!

A travel blog entry by seoul2soul on May 19, 2013

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... In fact, many of the Koreans I encounter are pretty rude.
2. The cleanliness of both the city and the people was superb! I did not once see vomit on the sidewalk or any random loiter on the roads. Unfortunately, in Korea, people get so drunk that they vomit and urinate right in the streets. Additionally, Koreans dig in their nose and butts, and cough up phlegm and spit anywhere. And when I say anywhere, I mean anywhere! I've seen it even ...

Day 51 - Kamakura & Ginza

A travel blog entry by antonmarsh on Nov 20, 2012

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... area were interesting too. We went back to the main road to get lunch, finding a little side street which sold takoyaki - balls of some type of starch with octopus inside and fish shavings on top. They were very hot (heat). Nice to try, but would not be a regular menu item for us. After another walk of the streets we had our last stop at a small modern art gallery which had prints of Chagall on exhibition. Fun. We caught the train back to Tokyo, to Ginza, a ...