Royal Inn Kikusui

Address: 1-23-6 Sakaecho, Higashimurayama, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 189-0013, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-23-6 Sakaecho, Higashimurayama, is near Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Higashimurayama

    3 blondes in a sea of Asians

    A travel blog entry by on Dec 05, 2014

    ... be open still, so we chose to stand in the monstrous line. We were the only 3 blondes in the line of thousands and thousands of Asians. The whole ordeal ended up being a huge waste of time because we didn't get to see the document or the palace, just wandered around the palace gardens instead. The three of us had good fun watching all of the Asians take their artsy photos of the fall leaves and the dying plants. Walking through ...

    Best Friends Abroad

    A travel blog entry by theroamingnome on Oct 03, 2014

    7 photos

    ... as well, I was not happy about getting up that early but I'm glad I didn't miss it. Colourful, fresh seafood, men shouting, whole frozen tuna being sawed in half to be shipped away. It was interesting to see where my sushi came from. After that we went to another market more traditional and flea market-like. At one point while browsing a woman slapped a lump of this gooey, black and orange caviar and seaweed looking creation in my hand. At first I was standoffish but her sweet smile ...

    Day 92: Tokyo By Night

    A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Aug 18, 2014

    28 photos

    ... We met up at Hachiko and headed to the Hub for a few drinks. The girls suggested a club called ageHa. It is the biggest club in Tokyo along the waterfront. The club as multiple rooms/DJ's, a pool, and a U-tube for skateboards. We took the shuttle from Shibuya to the club around midnight and stayed there until 5am. . The buses economize space so well that there are foldout seats that take up the middle isle; only in Japan.

    -- Ryan L.

    Back in Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on May 06, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... household are known for, so we were only able to maintain for approx 45 mins. It's amazing how big some of the guys are and how hard they hit - a few more cruises and I may be looking at a second career. Next we were off to a formal tea ceremony at the same hotel that President Obama stayed at just a couple of weeks ago. The ceremony is very interesting and filled with centuries of traditional nuances. The "exquisite" tea however tasted much like hay. Rox was asked how ...

    New Year's Eve - what to do?

    A travel blog entry by vandna on Dec 31, 2013

    ... the gentlemen, of course. Then after some time, resistance was put up to any beds being prepared, while one or two retired to their bedroom. However, the party was re-energized with the sweets coming out - several types of mochi with bean paste, a soft cake roll, a brown gooey date loaf, green tea macaroons, mock mini-peach cookies, and decorative biscuits.
    In fact, we forgot until 11:54 p.m. to even turn on the TV, but when we did, there was ...