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"Private Afternoon Bike Tour in Minato Mirai
"Private Afternoon Bike Tour in Minato Mirai Yokohama""On this afternoon bike tour you will visit various bay area tourist spots such as Yamashita Park RedBrick Warehouse and Osanbashi. You will meet your guide at Happy Lawson in Yamashita Park where you will pick up your bikes. Before the tour begins your guide will briefly go over your basic safety rules and the locations you will be visiting that day. From there
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"Private Afternoon Bike Tour in Minato Mirai
"Private Afternoon Bike Tour in Minato Mirai Yokohama""On this afternoon bike tour you will visit various bay area tourist spots such as Yamashita Park RedBrick Warehouse and Osanbashi. You will meet your guide at Happy Lawson in Yamashita Park where you will pick up your bikes. Before the tour begins your guide will briefly go over your basic safety rules and the locations you will be visiting that day. From there
From JPY5,000.00
 
"Private Afternoon Bike Tour in Minato Mirai
"Private Afternoon Bike Tour in Minato Mirai Yokohama""On this afternoon bike tour you will visit various bay area tourist spots such as Yamashita Park RedBrick Warehouse and Osanbashi. You will meet your guide at Happy Lawson in Yamashita Park where you will pick up your bikes. Before the tour begins your guide will briefly go over your basic safety rules and the locations you will be visiting that day. From there
From JPY5,000.00

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Yokosuka - Day Trip

Hemi Anjin Street is the name of the shopping street at Hemi Station on the Keikyu Main Line. The street is named for Miura Anjin, or William Adams, the first Western samurai in Japan (he arrived in...
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Owakudani Valley

Owakudani is the area around the craters created during the last eruption of Hakone Volcano.This is an area where you enjoy hot springs, sulphureous fumes. This area is about 40 minuts by car from the...
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Enoshima Aquarium

Having seen the major sights and temples in Kamakura, I decided to explore the rest of the Kamakura vicinity on the Enoden line. The Enoden line is a really scenic railway line passing through the...
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Temples and Shrines

Originated in 1505 as the private temple for Ide clan one of the kinsmen of Latter Hojo clan, the temple was expanded in 1590 by Nissen with the request from the wife of Masakuni Ide who commited...
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Mok Mok Wak Wak Yokohama Yoyo

You will find this giant steel-sculpture on a small square between the modern skyscrapers next tothe Landmark Tower and it looks a bit like several trumpets that were knoted togeather. I dont know...
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Sengokuhara

As you take the bus up from Moto Hakone to Ashiniko, you'll pass by a hillock of pampas grass. The trek to the peak can be muddy and discouraging, but standing in the midst of the windy plains with...
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Sankeien Garden

Sankeien Garden is a Japanese garden in Yokohama featuring important historical properties moved from Kyoto, and Kamakura. The reason why this garden should be given a page or two for Kamakura...
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Shiroyama Park

Shiroyama Park located north of current Odawara Castle donjon encompasses older castle area of Odawara castle. It is one of the popular sites to see Cherry Blossoms during late March to early April...
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Sakuragicho Wall Graffiti

< Art Paintings on the wall > There is powerful pop art graffiti on the wall along Rt.16 under the JR line railroad bridge. If you have time left, go see it! Access: 3 minutes walk from...
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Beaches in and around Kamakura

Kamakura is an almost perfect for windsurfing offering gentle breezes, flat water, and sandy bottoms on most days, developing into advanced wave sailing sites when the winds pick up. There are 2...
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Casa d'Angela

Casa D'Angela is a wedding-bureau that rather looked like a posh palace for me in the first moment. In Europe we are not used to such buildings, so we had a look inside and were able to take some...
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Hayama

Hayama, some say the Saint Tropez of Japan. Here the emperor has his summerhouse (heavily secured) and the bay is a perfect place to enjoy the Pacific ocean and a few lovely beaches. Here mostly the...
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Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

My friends had a strange plan: they took me to the 'Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum'. Do you know 'ramen'? It's a soup with noodles, bean sprouts and pork, a typical Japanese dish. There are many varieties...
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Ichirizuka Mound of Shinano

Ichirizuka mounds serve as milestones placed in every 4 kilometer mark in Old Tokaido Road. Most of the mounds are erected in pairs both on right and left sides of the road. A large number of such...
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Top Hotels in Kanagawa-ken

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1-1-1 Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, 200-8522, Japan
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1320 Gora Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture, 250-0408, Japan
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1-2-18 Shichirigahama Higashi, Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture, 248-0025, Japan
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1 Nisshincho, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, 210-0024, Japan
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1-6-1 Kugenumaishigami, Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, 251-0025, Japan
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Top Things to Do in Kanagawa-ken

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Temples and Shrines

Although Bugenji Temple adjacent to Mitsuzawa Park has the history of more than 500 years, it is only known locally. It is a Buddhist temple founded in 1515 belonging to Hokke-shu School of Nichiren...
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Lake Ashi (Ashinoko)

Lake Ashi was formed when Mount Hakone last erupted around 3000 years ago. I have seen spectacular pictures of Lake Ashi with Mount Fuji in the background, though we could not see Mount Fuji from the...
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Great Buddha of Kamakura (Kotoku-in Temple)

When you are walking around the temple grounds of Kotoku-in, you will find some huge cornerstones originally used for the base of the Buddha Hall, Today, 56 stones out of 60 stones remain and are...
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Kawasaki Shopping Arcades

Just east of the JR Kawasaki Station are a few shopping arcades including the Ginryugai Arcade and the Ginza Arcade. Shopping arcades, or covered shopping streets, are amazingly common on Japan, with...
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Odawara Castle and Park

Odawara Castle is one of the closest castles to Tokyo. Originally built in 1447 and a couple of rebuilds later it was eventually demolished under directive of the Meiji Government in 1870. However,...
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Chinatown

Other Names: Kanteibyo(Japanese name) Kuan ti Temple, Guan ti Temple, Guan Gong Temple To the most of Japanese, Guan Yu enshrined in a corner of Chinatown is one of the historical heroes during 3rd...
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