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Easter Weekend

Main religion in Japan is dominated by Shinto and Buddhism. Christian and other religion are still minor but it exists. Japan has been receptive western culture and events – Christmas, Valentines’ day and more!  Not so many Japanese people knew … Continue reading

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Liberty Cove House available in May

We will have some apartment openings in middle of May! We have variety of Renting / Stay plans which would meet your life style and budget! We welcome TDY, TAD and PCS, also who are looking for temporary housing until … Continue reading

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What is ‘Golden Week’ ?

Golden Week is a Japanese term applied to the period from April 27th to May 6th. This year some companies take 10 days holidays. The week contains four public holidays. Most Japanese people are able to take about a week-long vacation. … Continue reading

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Gourmet in Yokosuka – Yokosuka Cherry Cheese Cake

New York Style Cheese cake recipe was provided from the US Navy Yokosuka Base on 18thNovember 2009. They use cheese abundantly so as to be incomparable with Japanese general New York cheesecake and feature heavy, creamy taste and fragrant crust … Continue reading

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Gourmet in Yokosuka – Yokosuka Kaigun Curry

Curry is one of the most popular dishes in Japan, along with ramen noodles and sushi. Curry originated in India although it has been adapted and become popular around the world, including in England. It is said that the Japanese … Continue reading

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Gourmet in Yokosuka – Yokosuka Navy Burger

Recipe of naval traditional hamburger got close to in the case of U.S. base exhibitions was provided on November 19, 2008 from US Navy Yokosuka base to Yokosuka City. In Yokosuka City, they develop as new gourmet brand which named … Continue reading

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Let’s ride a Shinkansen- bullet train

The Shinkansen, a bullet train, began operations on October 1st 1964, nine days before the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics. The Tokaido Shinkansen connects three major metropolitan areas in Japan: Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. The first bullet train ran … Continue reading

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Sarushima – Monkey Island

From our serviced apartment Liberty Cove House, this place is good for a day trip. This is Sarushima Island. . Sarushima (“Monkey Island”) is the only natural island in Tokyo Bay and is a wonderful place for a day trip. … Continue reading

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Poppy festival at Kurihama Flower Park

From April 6th to June 2nd, there are Poppy Flower festival at Kurihama Flower Park It is not only poppy flowers, there are lot more fun stuff to do! Please ask more information at Liberty Cove House concierge desk!

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Reiwa – it will be a new imperial era name

Japanese current era will end in a month with Emperor Akihito and Reiwa will be a new imperial era name. Each Japanese emperor’s reign is given a name, or “gengo”, the is then used alongside the western calendar to mark … Continue reading

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