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After a tough day in the office head to Yokosuka where lively conversation flows freely

Yokosuka, Miura 7h45m

Shonan International Village is renowned as a hub of international exchange. Once you've wrapped up the days work in the excellent meeting facilities head back into Yokosuka. Take a stroll around the historical Sarushima Island, or simply share a few stories with the diverse community over a few drinks on Dobuita Street.

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Shonan Village Center

Only 60 minutes by car from the metropolis, Shonan Village Center faces Mount Fuji across Sagami Bay from the top of a verdant hill in Hayamacho, Kanagawa. This international conference center is fit for diverse meetings & seminars, designed to welcome 230 participants with excellent free Wi-Fi, various seminar rooms and 100 rooms to lodge up to 202 guests.

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Sarushima is the only deserted island in the Tokyo Bay area and is also the biggest natural island. Here you can enjoy many activities such as barbecue, fishing, strolling around major historical ruins, and gathering shellfish. Every year from mid July to end August, the beach is open for swimming. It takes approximately 30 minutes to get there by boat from the Keio Line Yokosuka Chuo Station. ...

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Yokosuka Dobuita Street

The shopping arcade in front of the main gate of the U.S. Navy Base. The arcade thrived after World War 2 as a shopping mall for the U.S. Navy stationed in Yokosuka. Today, the street is dotted with apparel shops focused on youth (offering "Sukajan" jackets, etc.), and restaurants and bars for Americans.

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