Big Typhoon approaching this weekend

Typhoon #19 is approaching to Japan this weekend. We expect this would be one of the big typhoon.

Please do not leave items in balcony area.

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We have available apartments Now!

We have available apartments Now!

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

LCH Living 1 LCH Balcony LCH Living Room 4

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Liberty Cove House Entrance and Lobby area

Our Liberty Cove House Entrance and Lobby are nice and cozy.

Our concierge is here 24/7 and Lobby is community space for our tenants.

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View from our balcony

it is great to start a day with this view with your coffee!

LCH Balcony

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We have available apartments Now!

We have available apartments Now!

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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Our Living room

Let’s peek our spacious living room.

Our ceiling is a higher than regular Japanese building and each door as well.

Our apartment is western size!

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Our huge closet

Our Liberty Cove House apartment has different type of closet. They are very large!

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We have available apartments Now!

We have available apartments Now!

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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Fall delicacy in Japan

Fall delicacy – this is Japanese expression of the food and flavors of Fall. What kind of food comes to mind when you think of Fall? It would be pumpkin pie ( I really love it but I have never seen authentic pumpkin pie in Japan) , baked apples with cinnamon and cream or apple cider?

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What is fall delicacy in Japan? You’ll find many different answers depending on area, local industry and so on.

There is a saying that “matsutake mushrooms have the best aroma and tricholoma mushrooms have the best taste.” Japanese people prefer the unique aroma of matsutake and consider it to represent autumn. It is popular to cook them using methods that maximize the aroma, in dishes such as flavored rice, soup, steamed pot dishes and so on.

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Pacific saucy is one of the fish most strongly associated with autumn. The Chinese characters represent the meaning “sword-shaped fish caught in autumn.” Pacific saury loses fat while swimming from north to south. Fish caught around the Kesennuma area in Tohoku are said to be very tasty because they contain the perfect amount of oil.

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Chestnuts are steamed or grilled with the shells on. The shells are taken off when you eat them. People eat chestnuts as a snack or cook them in dishes such as chestnut steamed rice, sweet paste, boiled and preserved chestnuts in syrup and so on.

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Japan Post Office

If you want to send mail or parcel to your home town, you can use Japanese post office. There are 2 Japanese post close by Liberty Cove House. One is in front of Shioiri station and another one is closed to Yokosuka city hall. This provides 24 hours service.

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If you mail your loved ones in your home town, I personally recommend Japanese stamps. They have lots interesting stamps. For example seasonal, cartoon, traditional Japanese paint and so on. Some Japanese people like to collect these stamps and become stamp collector.

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If you have any questions using Japanese Post Office, please ask our concierge.

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