Kamogawa Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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!
... more. The traditional japanese breakfast is clearly meant to keep you full - or elseways, the japanese are perhaps simply a folk that is very hungry in the morning. I have never had so much for breakfast in my life - not even when on the traditional breakfast in Osaka (that one was smaller, though). Back to practice. This weekend had me homesick in the way of missing the opportunity to practice whenever you feel like it. It is very inconvienient ...
... 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 ...
... into the 60 is in the afternoon. Cycled around the Tokyo Bay ,Chiba Peninsula ... I saw avFlyer with Pictures of the Cherry Blooming Tress and it eas only 60 K away..... it turned out an Amusement Park and there where no Blooming Cherry Trees. and for this I pedaled out here....turned around Disappointed. Chiba City is a large Industrial Town with almost all the Japanese ...
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 ...