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Sunday, August 7, 2016

9 Sightseeing Spots In Yokosuka

Above, the Godzilla slide after a heavy snowstorm. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Two days ago, I blogged about two attractions in Yokosuka: The Godzilla slide at Kurihama Flower World and the Japanese-Russo War-era battleship Mikasa.

Besides those, City-Cost.com has seven other attractions in Yokosuka for visitors to see. Included in their list of nine places, are the Mikasa and Godzilla slide.

They begin with:
The city of Yokosuka Japan is most known for its Japanese and American Navy bases. The culture has been crossed and mixed and reflects in its food, atmosphere, and shopping. The US navy base opens to the public every year for Yokosuka Friendship Day in order to demonstrate the strong relationship between Japan and the US. If you plan on coming to Yokosuka for this event, consider staying for the weekend and visit the surrounding areas as well. If you live and work in this city, you may be surprised that you don’t have to go towards Tokyo or Yokohama to see something interesting. 
To see what the other attractions are, go here.

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