Monthly Archives: November 2018

The reason why sake is made in winter

Sake companies, kuramoto begin making nihonshu (Sake) in October after the rice is harvested. The new products are ready and available to consumers in November. As it gets colder and colder, sake breweries become busier. There are three reasons for … Continue reading

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The season for nabe-mono has arrived!

Nabe-mono is a Japanese cuisine quite similar to stew. Winter time is the season for Nabe-mono. When we refer to nabe in this season, we mean the practice of putting a pot over a burner in the center of the … Continue reading

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We have available apartments in November and December

We have available apartments for November and December We have a variety of Renting / Stay plans which would meet your life style and budget! For more details, please e-mail us at reservations@liberty-cove-house.com   

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Flowers in autumn

Some flowers are blooming in autumn. You can visit some places in Yokosuka and enjoy flowers.  Cosmos flowers are fully bloomed in Soleil Nooka Park now! Here are representative flowers you can see in Yokosuka: Cosmos   Japanese Winter Camellia … Continue reading

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Momiji-gari – Autumn leaf hunting

From mid-September to early December, people go out to the mountainous countryside to see autumn leaves, an activity which is called “Autumn leaf hunting,” or momiji-gari. The three most important annuallyconsiderations for people wishing to enjoy momiji-gari are: the timing, … Continue reading

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We have available apartments in November and December

We have available apartments in November and December 2018 We have a variety of Renting / Stay plans which would meet your life style and budget! For more details, please e-mail us at reservations@liberty-cove-house.com     

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Temple in Kamakura part 2

Gokurakuji Temple A family temple of the Hojo clan, placed at a strategic point for transportation and defense purposes on the route from Kamakura to Kyoto. The temple functioned as a center for the salvation of the weak and poor … Continue reading

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Temple in Kamakura

Daibutsu (Great Buddha) of Kamakura A bronze seated statue of the Buddha Amida with a height of approximately 11.5m, which was built for the protection of the Kamakura Shogunate and the people. The robust and powerful beauty of art expressed … Continue reading

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Shrine in Kamakura Part 2

Jufukuji Temple The first Zen Buddhist temple in Kamakura, which was built on the site of the residence of Minamoto no Yoshimoto, the father of Minamoto no Yoritomo. It is profoundly associated with “Tea”, which is one of the distinctive … Continue reading

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Shrine in Kamakura part 1

Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine Relocated to the existing location by Minamoto no Yoritomo in 1180. It was a very important place as the symbolic and spiritual center of the samurai government and as the stage not only for religious activities but … Continue reading

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