Ron's Trip to Japan 2003

 

In 2002, Ron got to go to Japan on a business trip. While there he took some vacation time and toured.

 

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Yokohama - The tallest building is the Landmark Tower and has the Royal Park Hotel in the upper stories. This is where Ron stayed on this trip.

 

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Yokohama - The wonderful view from Ron's room at the hotel. (53rd floor)

 

 

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Yokohama - At the foot of the Landmark Tower is an old dry dock that is the second oldest in Japan. It is now used for live music and events.

 

 

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Yokohama Harbor - The Nippon Maru was built in Kobe in 1930. It was a training ship for the cadets of the Japanese merchant marine. The ship became a museum in 1984.

 

 

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Enoshima - Yes, someone knit real sweaters for the fake birds.

 

 

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Hase Village (Near Kamakura) - The 13th century Diabutsu.

 

 

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Mt. Hakone (Part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park) - Steam vents.

 

 

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Ashinoko Lake. As seen from a cable car descending from the steam vents. (I stuck my camera out the window to get the picture.)

 

 

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Toyko - One of the buildings in the Royal Palace in Tokyo.

 

 

 

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Toyko - Tokyo-Edo Museum. This strange, but wonderful building is the museum for the city of Tokyo. Edo is historic name for Tokyo.

 

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