Kotubokaigan Linca

5-8-3 Kotsubo, Zushi, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 249-0008, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Zushi

Your Japanese Home, In Summer

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 20, 2014

2 photos

... books, has a weird odor. I keep my eyes peeled, looking for mildew or mold, but so far, so good.

Yes, mold is an issue. Mostly in the main bathroom. I keep the windows open, I squeedgy the door and floor and turn on the fan after showers, but still. The mold grows. Ever have to mop your shower ceiling? I left all of my scrapbooks back in FL because I heard the mold is bad and will ruin things. ...

Your Japanese Home...In Winter

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jan 16, 2014

3 photos

... cars or homes. (They are thoughtful that way.) As the temperatures dropped outside, they also began to drop inside. We thought it was because of the tenting, it didn't allow sunlight to warm the house. Near the end of this almost month-long process, they put plastic over the windows while they finished the painting. It really got cold inside! I was hearing from other friends, "We had the windows open today, it's ...

"Your Japanese Home"

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Sep 09, 2013

6 photos

... 1700sq feet. The dining room table is in the living room. Sometimes I think, "It sure would be nice if that table folded down into a bed for guests." And there is a very large window behind the table with a very close and personal view of the neighbor's house. Oh, and he has a terrible cough, so when I'm in my kitchen cutting up raw chicken for dinner I have the pleasure of a phlegm serenade.

When you walk out the back door, ...

Turning Japanese, I really think so!

A travel blog entry by magsandsi on Apr 13, 2013

3 comments, 36 photos

... br>
Another classic must do, and I can say this as I have done it, is eating sea urchin roe for breakfast.

The Shinkanzen (Bullet trains to you and me) are fast. Very fast. Very very fast. The trouble is, this being Japan, it doesn't actually feel fast when you are on it. It feels very, well, polite I guess. You streak along at a thousand kilometres a minute but the thing is so damn smooth you may as well be on an air plane. If trains went as ...

A day in the life of Ms. Shopper

A travel blog entry by gadaboutdad on Oct 13, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... he learned to observe and differentiate between the small red and blue decals at the bottom of each item in the machine signifying either hot or cold.

Today was a shopper's paradise. Hummmm... But since I'm a buyer, not a shopper, well.... It was interesting for a while, lots of new and unseen things to observe. Most of the folks obviously enjoyed the hour spent in the tea shop ...