10 May 2010 ~ 8 Comments

Yokohama, in living color pt.5: Kishine-koen

Four stops from Yokohama and one stop from Shin-Yokohama on the Yokohama Blue line will land you at Kishine-koen (park), a rather large and beautiful park here in Yokohama. It’s not a famous park, but it is pretty popular in spring because of the cherry blossoms. 

It’s a nice spot for a picnic or a relaxing day away from the hectic areas of Yokohama. 






All this nature is making me hungry...what's on the menu?

Oishisou dane (looks delicious doesn't it?)

after lunch, good book, good smoke, in a good shady spot. Life is good (-;


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8 Responses to “Yokohama, in living color pt.5: Kishine-koen”

  1. Tia 10 May 2010 at 1:22 pm Permalink

    Dang! That lunch looks good! Is that catfish? You ate it all by yourself?!

  2. SayJ 10 May 2010 at 8:59 pm Permalink

    wish i had some transferable skills… i’d be there in a heartbeat and i’d probably finish that lunch in two ^_^

  3. Locohama 10 May 2010 at 10:34 pm Permalink

    Hey Tia

    I wish it was catfish…nah just ham and stuff. No, I had some help eating it (-;

  4. Chris in Oz 11 May 2010 at 2:34 am Permalink

    What a perfect day. And I bet it wasn't too cold or too warm either. Looking at that lunchbox, now I'm hungry!

  5. Jamaipanese 13 May 2010 at 8:03 am Permalink

    that bento looks delish!

  6. Chris B 13 May 2010 at 8:30 am Permalink

    "No, I had some help eating it (-;"

    I saw that neatly packed bento nicely wrapped and thought…

    Nah, he didn't do that himself…..did he? 😉

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