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Explore a mysterious uninhabited island and excellent views of the scenery

Yokosuka, Miura 11h

On this course, you’ll visit a unique uninhabited island in Tokyo Bay as well as the picturesque Zushi, which has prospered since the Meiji Period as a health resort.

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Memorial Ship MIKASA

Memorial Ship MIKASA is a battle ship that was built in England 1902 (Meiji 35). In 1905 (Meiji 38), MIKASA was led by Admiral Heihachiro Togo, Commander-in-Chief of the Combined Fleet, and battled as a Falg ship of the Combined Fleet in the Battle of Tsushima. Japan won an overwhelming victory in the battle against Baltic Fleet of Russia. Japanese are proud of MIKASA's unsurpassed accomplishme...

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Sarushima

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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Wakamatsu Market

An area with lots of vintage bars about a 1-minute walk from Yokosuka-chuo Station. It’s packed with about 70 shops including long-established snack bars, karaoke bars, and Japanese-style pubs with great food. This place is also known as the birthplace of the Yokosuka Brassiere, a cocktail of brandy cut with ginger ale. Nightlife in Kanagawa

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Gandenji Temple

Legend has it that this old temple was founded by two Buddhist priests, Tokudo and Gyoki. It's also the 2nd temple of "The Bando 33 Kannon Pilgrimage". When you pass the temple gate, there is a stone tablet inscribed with the writings of Izumi Kyoka; and on the left side of the main hall the principal image of the eleven-faced Kannon is enshrined. If you climb the 130 stone steps from there, yo...

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Hiroyama Park

Located on the peak of the gently-sloping Hiroyama, you can enjoy a view of Sagami Bay, Enoshima Island, and Mount Fuji. Besides observatories, there are also monkey enclosures and animal enclosures.

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Roka Memorial Park

This park was established on land affiliated with the Meiji-era literary master, Tokutomi Roka. Inside the park is a museum dedicated to his birthplace. Many literary works related to Zushi as well as historical materials are on display.

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