Arasakikaion Sagamiya

Address: 6-26-1 Nagai, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 238-0316, Japan | Ryokan
 
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This ryokan is located on 6-26-1 Nagai, Yokosuka.
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Travel Blogs from Yokosuka

Look Who's Cooking

A travel blog entry by gingerschilling on Jun 24, 2015

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... 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. ...

In search of the 47 Ronin

A travel blog entry by andynbaza on May 09, 2014

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... the site of the graves. There's nothing in any other language than Japanese to indicate you're in the right place and apart from a souvenir shop, just outside the gates, you'd struggle to know you'd arrived.

The graves are situated together in a little area and are obviously much visited. My little ability with Japanese nontheless allowed me to talk to a couple from Sapporo, who pointed out the individual grave of Oishi, the leader of the ...

Dorm Life

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 11, 2013

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... least 3 weeks. (rumor has it that they will begin renovating a lot of the 1st floor to make more suites) The husband in this family is a co-worker of Joe's and they have 2 girls. The oldest is the same age as Raelyn and the younger one is a year older than Daniel. The Saturday after our orientation is when these 4 started "hanging out". First they went across the hall to play in their living room, then all 4 came here to watch a ...

Japanese is the New Southern

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 20, 2013

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... and builder.
When she put the water on to boil she asked if I'd like to come and see how to make these noodles. We were making traditional Japanese dark noodles and white noodles. (She even read the ingredients to me.) She also made eggplant and yellow zucchini and a broth type soup. It was very much like Southern Hospitality, her inviting me into her kitchen to help. I was thrilled ...

Japanese Adventures!

A travel blog entry by seoul2soul on May 19, 2013

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... stood in a long for like 3 hours to ride a roller coaster. It was funny how I reacted because I thought I was going to die...literally. But instead of screaming, I just laughed hysterically throughout the entire ride! So, I am both sore and exhausted. I had some great food, did a little bit of Disney shopping, and even saw the night time parade. I had the opportunity to fulfill one of my childhood dreams. We could never afford a vacation and never ...