"Zushi = Sand, Sun & City" Zushi by RobertVVV
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Zushi is deluxe. Getting There-It is on the Yokosuka Line. You can get to it very easily from Narita Airport. Just go down to the "JR" Line and get a ticket on the Yokosuka Line, or the Narita Express. If You ride the Narita Express you should switch back to the Yokosuka Line at "Totsuka", it is easy because it is same platform. I recommend if you ride the "Yokosuka Line" to get a green Car Ticket and sit in the top car. Great Views and comfortable travel. Once you get there. There is a small but nice beach. it is the windsurfing capital of the world. I recomend Kaya Wind. There is also a City Owned "Hostel" that is so cheap you would not even believe it. During the summer is very nice, becuase the beach has lots of music, dancing and people. If you want to goto Temple Town~ Kamakura it is one stop away. So you can see the zillion temples and shrines near by. There is a traditional Inn called Shotenen that the Taxi guys can get you to for about 700 Yen. I don't know the price of Shotenen but it has some beautiful gardens, might be expensive. Getting downtown is relatively easy. There are 2 sides of Tokyo. The Shinjuku side and the Tokyo side. You can get a train to either from Zushi Station. I like to switch to the "Tokaido Line" at Totsuka and get wisked to Tokyo Station in 5 stops or Shinjuku Station. You can always ride in the green car for not much if the train is really crowded. Or you can go the Other way past Yokosuka and get a cheap ferry and go over to Chiba. There is so much to do in Tokyo, but it is nice to break it up and get a suntan and relax and party on the beach also. During the fall and winters, it is much quieter which is nice to. You find some peace.
- Pros:Small, Clean Air, Laided Back, Easy to Get to, Nice Beach
- Cons:Small, about 1 hour from the Megalopolis Party Districts
- In a nutshell:Zushi is the laid back beach, near the Skyscrapers but not in the Skyscapers
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