Day out of Tokyo
I left my Ryokan in the morning, stored all my luggage at the staion lockers, and got a train to southwest coast of Japan. The plan was to visit Kamakura and Yokohama. I had many places I wanted to see around there and managed to visit a few.
Five green grapes, three crab sticks, five red beans, three small sausages, salad, miso soup, roast vegetables, a generous portion of boiled rice with sesame seeds, some noodles and green tea.
These are the extremelly convenient lockers located at most stations of the Japanese rail system. You can store your luggage here for up to three days.
The sides of this ball flip whenever you throw it, changing its colour.
Some of the stalls were selling fresh seafood and had small barbecues for customers to cook it and eat it straight after buying it.
These are very small anman, steamed sweet red been buns.
Evening in Yokohama
After getting lost in Kamakura as the night fell, I got on the train to Yokohama. Outside the station area, everything was empty and quiet. It felt unusual. I am sure there is a lot more to see here, I might come back another day.