Address: 1-2-21 Hashirimizu, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 239-0811, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan is located on 1-2-21 Hashirimizu, Yokosuka.
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Travel Blogs from Yokosuka

A brief stay near Haneda Airport

A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 02, 2013

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... local government employees to be creative and enthusiastic.

(3) Finally, a movie about a manufacturer of body mass index scales who puts their four fattest employees on diets as a way to promote sales of the scales as part of a diet program. (One of the dieters slips out to a curry restaurant for high-fat Japanese curry comfort food.)

I did not watch the movie about the boyfriend with amnesia and the ...

Dorm Life

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 11, 2013

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... their mom took them out to the playground, then I took them into the Lodge Playroom. It's pretty much been like that ever since. These four are instant BFF's and it makes me happy that they include Daniel.

One Friday night, days after Joe turned 40, he had a "work thing". He and a co-worker went on the train for one and a half hours to meet some Japanese DEA agents. I got a text around 11:30 "I'm screwed. Guy I'm with ...

Japanese is the New Southern

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 20, 2013

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... to cook Japanese food is one of my goals while I'm here. Ok, so it was only boiling noodles, but it was so much more! The kids were great, they really liked the food and even tried a little bit of dried sea weed.
Santo-son is the type of person you instantly feel comfortable with. Along the drive she would point things out, like the Livin store which was bought out by the Walmart Co., ...

Top ten observations about Japan and the Japanese

A travel blog entry by pah140 on May 02, 2013

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1. Everything is clean, neat and tidy - right from the streets to the fields and from the trains to the trucks. 2. Everyone is courteous - the bigger the respect the bigger the bow! Queuing up in order for everything in neat lines also avoids conflict. 3. Everything has been designed for people's convenience - the umbrella racks, the heated toilet ...

Shopping at Harajuku and shrine

A travel blog entry by i96ssy on Sep 24, 2012

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... Ellia, Ben, Zach and I went to the Ramen store next door and had dinner. It was really good! Then we went to 7/11 and brought Pocky! We also went to the fish market! It was smelly. Oh and now I'm going to bed and get ready for Disneyland!!! Oh my god! Oh and the grade 10s are so emotional and *****y and uakdbahajdfn. Not like our grade at ...