Yunosawa Ryokan

Address: 32-2 Abekura, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Kanto, 238-0033, Japan | Ryokan
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This ryokan, located on 32-2 Abekura, Yokosuka, is near Tsurugaoka Hachimangu, Kamakura Hiking Trails, and Hayama.
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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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... who won't tell him about the relationship he forgot. The plot was just too similar to a Japanese soap opera I watched several years ago.

The food on the plane was great--Asahi vanadium Mt. Fuji spring water, noodles with wasabi, chicken curry, Hagen Dazs ice cream, etc., all beautifully presented. I was surprised to see vanadium-rich spring water; it brought back distant memories of the Periodic Table ...

Dorm Life

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Aug 11, 2013

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... Love you. Sorry." Joe has never been there and if you read my previous story about what they train system is like...well, Joe would be using his good sense to get himself and his drunk friend back. Later I got a text that they were in a taxi, then he came home around 3:30am. He's definitely past "those days" since college.

Another thing that reminds of what dorm life must be like is laundry. Always having to have ...

Japanese is the New Southern

A travel blog entry by goingrogish on Jul 20, 2013

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... explain what different road signs meant, and over lunch she was teaching the kids some Japanese phrases. When Daniel told her he was "GO" (five), she explained how to say, "I am 5 years old". (I'd write it, but I don't remember it!) I guess I need to start carrying a notepad around. She is going to be a valuable resource in the months, possibly years to come. Maybe we can teach her how to barbeque?

Top ten observations about Japan and the Japanese

A travel blog entry by pah140 on May 02, 2013

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... the bag basket besides the tables in restaurants. 4. Embarrassment is avoided - no need to tip or wave arms trying to attract attention of waiters and bar staff. 5. You can set your watch by public transport. 6. Recovery from disaster is not a problem - whether it be an atomic bomb or a tsunami - rebuilding takes place the next day. 7. You are ...

DH Goes Sumo

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Sep 24, 2012

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... the year which was happening in Tokyo. The same woman who could care less about the passports I carry around was constantly asking me to double-check that our tickets were still safe.

We railed into Tokyo, dropped our bags, and immediately headed over to the National Sumo Stadium in the Ryogoku District- they actually call it the home of the sumo's stable. DH aggressively tried to head backstage but the lower level of the arena was secured for ...

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