Address: 68 Kawaguchi, Chikura-cho, Minamiboso, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 295-0023, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 68 Kawaguchi, Chikura-cho, Minamiboso.
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    Travel Blogs from Minamiboso

    Rain on My Parade

    A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Oct 17, 2015

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    ... looked outside. It was drizzling, and the forecast called for rain. We took the ferry across Tokyo Bay to Chiba prefecture. From there the bus drove to Tatayana to Castle Shiroyama. At the top of a large hill set the replica of a castle originally built by a lord of Tatayama in 1580. That was destroyed decades later and several castles were built and demolished over the years. The current castle was reconstructed in 1982 modeled after the ...

    Day two in Kurihama.

    A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 03, 2015

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    ... has different was of preparing their curry and the one we tried was pretty good. We stopped at a 7-11 where we picked up a few treats, like a bottle of red wine for after dinner and some chocolate for the trip. All the necessities of course. We had a great little visit, another amazing dinner out in a favourite restaurant of Harumi's and tried new foods. Then it was back home for a night cap and to get prepared for our next day of travel to ...

    Visiting Harumi and Isao

    A travel blog entry by mikerosemarie on Oct 02, 2015

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    ... a maze to get to their place. Honestly don't think I could have found my way to their place on our own even after coming and going a few times. After getting settled in, chatting and walking the dogs (two of them), we went to a small local restaurant which served tempura, sashimi, sushi, and more. They serve the fresh catch of the day for their sashimi and sushi. We had tempura, miso soup, pickled veggies, and sashimi. It was all very ...

    Culture and Medicine

    A travel blog entry by sonofwildboar on Sep 16, 2015

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    ... should make it easier for patients to learn to see a primary care physician first, who are better suited to handle elderly patients with multiple problems. Palliative care is also a new development. I have learned that the discussion needs to be introduced as early as possible. This is more complicated for patients with heart failure or COPD who will often be under specialists for a long time before coming to home care. These ...

    Home Care Medicine

    A travel blog entry by sonofwildboar on Sep 09, 2015

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    ... followed up at regular intervals and also have the option to call if they have a problem. Appointments can range from half an hour to an hour depending on the purpose of the visit. Each team member sees about 3-5 patients per day.

    Apparently this service is not typical in Japan. In bigger cities they see up to 10-15 patients in a day with much shorter appointments. In London I think we're somewhere in between. Planning my elective ...