TripAdvisor Reviews Ebisu Kamogawa
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... had not fallen asleep so we now had our toddler in a bar wearing pajamas way past his bedtime. No one seemed to mind as Mike sipped a stout, and Will and I shared lava cake and ice cream. Forty-five minutes later, we boarded an uncrowded train. Will finally fell asleep as we climbed the hill to our house.
The rest of the week we escaped the heat at the pool or Zushi Beach. Will loves the water, and they are both easy outings. Since most outings ...
... cable car to the mountain top. Another first for Will and his favorite part of the day. The views from atop the cable car station were spectacular. I have greatly missed mountains, especially those with ocean vistas. I knew it was going to be a fantastic day. A short hike brought us to the Hyaku Shaku Cannon statue carved out of the rock. I can't even begin to imagine what it took to create it. Yet it was only ...
... mentioned above. Other than that our ventures have mainly involved trying new foods and restaurants. As anticipated, the food here is amazing. We began the week with dinner at a Sushi-Go-Round. Small plates of mostly nigiri travel around the restaurant via a conveyor belt. The plates are color coded signifying their cost of 100 yen or 180 yen ($.081/1.45 USD respectively) and contain 1-2 pieces of sushi. ...
... suitcase devoted to toys, Will's balance bike, a portable high chair and yes, my yoga mat. From friends to family to a hotel at Dulles to the airport to another hotel in Seattle than back to SeaTac to Yokota Air Force Base into a van to Yokosuka Navy Base, we hauled our self-proclaimed necessities. I'd love to say that throughout the unloading and reloading and cross-country and cross-Pacific flights, Mike and I were kind and patient to each other and never ...
... a large drum in the corner, and other ornamental objects that remain a mystery to me.
After the yoga session, the resident monk took us on a tour. We walked out back, up a steep stone staircase and entered a tiny museum. This museum contains a national treasure and is under lock and key. It is rarely open to the general public, so this tour was a very special treat for us. Through the interpreter, he ...
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