1-2-21 Hashirimizu, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 239-0811, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Yokosuka

It's Not Easy Being Green

A travel blog entry by goingrogish

... know it doesn't take long for raw chicken scraps to stink up the house. By the time we take this one out, the trash is actually frozen!

We have trash pick-up 6 days a week, each day is something different. Joe has decided, since he doesn't have a yard to mow, his new job title is "Sanitation Management". This is such a tedious job. Here is what happens to one water bottle: Remove the wrapper, ...

Land of the Rising Son

A travel blog entry by goingrogish

... was already not an option for them. The big pool was not too crowded, but there were deffidently more people there than in our pool back at home. They get in the water with their masks on and the lifeguard comes over to tell us they are not allowed to wear them. Only goggles. What?! These kids were ticked! (and over tired from being up since 4:19AM) They decided they didn't want to swim anymore so ...

Very wet temples

A travel blog entry by dwmjmm


... a change to another smaller train we arrived at Nikko. This was one of the places I’d particularly wanted to see as it’s famous for it’s shrines set in woodland up in the hills. We’d also planned to go to a lake further up in the hills once we’d seen the shrines.

We'd managed to reserve seats on the side of the train which gave the best view of Mount Fuji - however everything was shrouded in mist so we were ...

First week down!

A travel blog entry by jenna.


... it's been a little easy for me to sometimes forget that I am so far away from home. The base is very Americanized with restaurants back in the states, English words everywhere, and (obviously) Americans walking around. Not so much off base :)
Friday during thee day we all were assigned teams and went of a scavenger hunt around Yokosuka! The item on the list with the most points was taking a train to Ikego. It was so overwhelming for me just to buy ...

Hakone, Mt Fuji & Tokyo!

A travel blog entry by colerumbough


... rite of passage and festival day for three, five and seven year olds. Those particular ages are chosen because odd numbers are symbolically lucky in Japanese numerology. This annual ritual is held on November 15th but since it is not a national holiday, it is usually observed on the nearest weekend. So, we were lucky enough to be there at the right time and witness it! One little girl was just milking all the attention of tourists with cameras and doing a little dance for ...


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