Kamogawa Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... walked in. Was this an opportunity for a super cheap mini-vacation to America? Many sported new NCIS t-shirts. Almost everyone carried out food. Popeyes Chicken was a popular choice only trumped by pizza. I saw several people that had both Anthony's and Pizza Hut. None of this is what I would consider the best of the U.S. Walking by the food court labeled Main Street, I wondered if this is what Japanese people think America looks like. Perhaps the wider ...
... on our walk from the bus stop, and a grocery cart quickly solved the problem.
The bus drove about thirty minutes south to the Kurihama Ferry. Will watched in awe as the ferry boat opened and dump trucks drove off. He also thoroughly enjoyed his first ferry ride which took about forty minutes to cross Tokyo Bay. From there, it was only a couple minutes drive to the base of Mt Nokogiri where we ...
... included tempura, edamame, French fries, fried chicken and desserts. At the end of the meal, the empty plates are counted. A fun, fast, cheap and yummy sushi dinner. We paid about $22 to pig out. An interesting trend is the Japanese do a lot of cooking for themselves at restaurants. So far we've grilled our own meat at the Korean BBQ. We've grilled fish and veggies at a seafood restaurant. We cooked a cabbage, ...
... We finished our outing with a stroll along Tokyo Bay. I love the promenades, water vistas and especially the lush green hills. I am exhausted, overwhelmed but most of all excited about this new journey. And we've come along way physically, mentally and emotionally. We are making progress. We have arrived. We've assembled a plan. We've gotten our bearings, and we've even made new friends (more about this later). We are in Japan. We now live in Japan. Still feels ...
... garden and it is the only one of it's kind in this area. The monk said it is his job to rake the stones weekly. In a Japanese garden, everything is placed with meaning. In this garden, the large stone in the back represents a mountain, and the stones are a river. I wish I knew more about the symbolism here. It certainly is beautiful, peaceful and I would love to have a back yard like this! It was a peaceful Saturday morning!