Liberty Cove House Staff 1

Name : 

Mikio Matsui

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Position : 

Assistant Manager

Profile: 

  • Over 25 years’ experience in lodging industry.
  • Completed a hotel management course offered by Sanno Junior College.
  • Highly experienced in front desk operations.
  • Lived in New Zealand on a working holiday visa.
  • Worked at a Japanese restaurant while attending a language school.

Hobby:

Skydiving, Skiing, Climbing and Karaoke

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Things I am into lately:

To get the license of real estate transaction specialist

Message to our customers:

I was born in Yokohama which is right next city of Yokosuka and I still live here. I provide you latest events and Japanese culture during your stay at Liberty Cove House. I  accommodate our tenant with over 25 years’ experience in this industry. If anything concerns you, please feel free to talk to me. I am happy to help you.

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Hydrangea Temple Gardens in Kamakura – part 1

Temples in Kamakura are especially gorgeous and charming during the blooming season of the hydrangea. They’re are in full bloom from about mid-June to earl July.

Hasedera Temple

Enjoy more than 40 kinds of hydrangeas while walking up the hills of Hasedera Temple. From the top of the hill, you’ll get a marvelous view of the ocean, too!

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Meigetsuin Temple 

Meigetsuin, also known as Hydrangea Temple (Ajisai-dera) is a well-known spot to appreciate the beauty of hydrangeas. Meigeitsu also houses the tomb of Hojo Tokiyori, a former supreme ruler of Japan who used Kamakura as his base.

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Yokosuka YY Vehicle Festival

Yokosuka Station Railway event is this weekend! A JMSDF ship, a car exhibit, railway merchandise, souvenirs, food stands, music and dance stages and more!

Date : June 10th and 11th (Sat & Sun) 10 am to 4 pm

Location : Veryny Park, Mikasa Park, JR Yokosuka station, JMSDF Yokosuka Base

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Liberty Cove House apartments are available now!

Our luxury finished serviced apartments are available now! We have variety of Rent / 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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New Turf – Liberty Cove House BBQ area

We set the new turf at the Liberty Cove House BBQ area.

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Liberty House Yokosuka apartment available now

Liberty House Yokosuka apartments are available now. This apartment is for long term tenants only. Minimum 1 year lease.

If you are interested in, please contact more details at reservations@liberty-cove-house.com

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June is the rainy season in Japan

The rainy season, tsuyu, lasts from the beginning of June to mid-July in mainland Japan. It affects Okinawa about a month earlier but does not reach Hokkaido. Tsuyu literally means plum rain. One of the reasons why it’s called tsuyu is that it occurs when plums are ripening. The phrase “plum rain” therefore embodies various aspects of Japan in this season.

The weather bureau announces the beginning and the end of tsuyu every year, but sometimes they are uncertain of exactly when it will start or when it has finished and so they have to make their announcements afterward.

During tsuyu it does not rain every day, but the weather varies from intensive downpours to occasional sprinkles. It tends to be very humid so people avoid hanging the laundry outside and are watchful for any signs of mold. The Japanese tend to dislike the effects of the season on their daily life, while enjoying its cultural traditions.

Some sights, such as wooden temples, gardens and old houses are rather attractive in the season’s rain and mist and these conditions make for an atmospheric visit. The appreciation of the light and shadow of such settings is celebrated in many aspects of Japanese culture from architecture to food. Some architecture is constructed to facilitate the enjoyment of the sound of raindrops. Also, people enjoy seeing hydrangeas in the rain.

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Souvenir from Japan – Tokyu Hands-

If you want to buy souvenir or presents from Japan, it is a great place to find some funny gadgets! It is a very fun place for even windoe shopping!

These items are best sellers in Japan

Kabuki beauty mask – you can be Kabuki and beautiful!

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Nano-block series – you can make Japanese buildings with nano-blocks

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Cap-men – These little people hold instant noodle lid

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For more information, please ask Liberty Cove House concierge.

 

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Liberty House Yokosuka apartment available now

Liberty House Yokosuka apartments are available now. This apartment is for long term tenants only. Minimum 1 year lease.

If you are interested in, please contact more details at reservations@liberty-cove-house.com

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Green day – Midori no hi – Japanese National Holiday

Greenery Day is a national holiday that was instituted in 1989. The national holiday falls on April 29th. April 29th was originally the national holiday when people celebrated the birthday of the Showa. After the Showa Emperor died in January 1989, the day was newly designated as a national holiday to appreciate nature. 

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