Hotel Mets Kumegawa

Address: 2-31-4 Sakae-cho, Higashimurayama, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 189-0013, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2-31-4 Sakae-cho, Higashimurayama, is near Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.
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          • Continental Breakfast
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          Travel Blogs from Higashimurayama

          Tokyo Day 1

          A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 13, 2015

          10 photos

          ... day. There outer market also had lot of kitchen accessories catering to the serious clientele and not the masses of tourists walking through. They did have some very nice sushi knives for sale that peaked my interest, we may need to return tomorrow. After wandering through the market we had our first Tokyo subway experience. Noriko gave us some prepaid cards that allowed us to prepay so all we had to do was scan the card each time we wanted to use it. The ...

          The Culture of Japan

          A travel blog entry by catalinaforbes on Jul 27, 2015

          1 photo

          ... deportment and the correct gestures when accepting the tea and sweets served.

          Traditional Japanese Wedding Ceremonies – These ceremonies are mainly based on Shinto religious traditions. Traditional dress is a major aspect in these ceremonies, the bride wears a kimono called an Uchikake which skirts around the ground; and must be held up without letting the hem touch the ground. A truly unique event to witness when touring Japan a wedding ceremony ...

          Dîner chez les Trappistes? Lunch with the Trappist

          A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 21, 2015

          5 comments, 8 photos

          ... the residence. So my Pass could not be validated. At least it was possible to make the tour. After buying my ticket, I had enough time left to have lunch in a small snack bar, Japanese style. You start by queuieing; when your turn to enter the bar, theboss will let you in and indicate where to sit: on a bench in front of a very small table. The waitress brings a glass of water and the menu: you have a choice between a small, a medium or a large spaghetti. I chose ...

          Day 3 - Meiji shrine, Sushi in Shibuya dept. store

          A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 20, 2015

          6 photos

          ... brewers and shrines for prosperity. Most brewers donate these sake barrels to shrines for Shinto ceremonies, rituals and festivals. Japanese believe that sake acts as a symbolic unification of Gods and people. The origin of sake in Japan dates back to around 300 BC as the drink of the Gods. Polished rice is washed and cleaned before steamed. Yeast is later added onto the rice and allowed to ferment. The fermentation process is continued with series of incubation, heating ...

          Hello Fuji my old friend...

          A travel blog entry by kazuki on Jan 31, 2015

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... book me the code so I could log into the internet browser that I had to join in the airport so I could THEN change my tam pin code and withdraw money *pant pant pant* THANKS OBAMA CARE!

          So after all that went down and getting the data sim/JR passes we didn't get on our way to Tokyo till 6pm. The first thing Adam does after 16 hours of flying and never ...