Ishigaki Island, diving resort, known for coral, but also do not forget the delicious beef.
I had a planned diving trip near Hachijo Island. When I want to get on the back ferry I was told the ferry was canceled due to fierce wave that Japanese called “Haru Arashi”(Spring Storm).
I always go to Izu Penninsula, but actually there are three peninsulas nearby Tokyo: Izu(Shizuoka Prefecture), Miura(Kanagawa Prefecture) and Boso(Chiba Prefecture). This time I went to Miura Peninsula.
Yokosuka is known as an important navy base of both US Navy and Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.This restaurant is very near Yokosuka Central rails station. You can go and eat curry there when you visit Yokosuka or Miura Peninsula.
Since Mar. 15, 2015 a new Shinkansen line is available for visitors around Tokyo. You can just spend 3 hours in the suitable and quiet train. Kanazawa becomes more and more popular among visitors.
Gassho-zukuri is a Japanese phrase and it means the house is made like prayer’s palms placed together and fingers pointing upward. This design is to avoid tons of snow accumulated on the roof to pressure the house into crashed.
Mukasi-Michi, meaning Old Road, is a abandoned road full with historical memories. By going hiking we can get more understand about this area.
Rainbow Bridge connects Center of Tokyo and Odaiba the newly reclamation. Since 1990’s Rainbow Bridge appears in movies, TV series and comics. It is already a symbol of Tokyo. A nice and sunny day, I had an idea to take photos from Rainbow Bridge.
Recently I have joined a coffee seminar in Starbucks. The theme is how to make a good dripper.
Nagoya is a business city but there are also interesting spots if you have patience and determination.