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

          Tokyo Day 1

          A travel blog entry by vincethepince on Oct 13, 2015

          10 photos

          ... of the big highlights was the long strip of small shops leading up to the main gate. The shops sold what appeared to be more tourist oriented goods but the locals also seemed interested in what was for sale. We had a look as we walked past and Noriko stop to show us a few things but we mainly headed straight into the temple as Noriko explained the history. Near the main hall of the temple was a this Japanese fortune telling that I tried out. For a small ...

          The Culture of Japan

          A travel blog entry by catalinaforbes on Jul 27, 2015

          1 photo

          ... by choosing an apartment that comes fitted with all modern amenities of kitchen, living space and entertainment centre. These offer all the luxuries of conventional hotels such as pool, business services, laundry facilities and much more. Well placed is the Citadines Central Shinjuku Tokyo.

          Japanese Fashion

          Japanese fashion has evolved over the years, and it is quite common to see smartly dressed locals showing off the latest in haute-couture. The ...

          Dîner chez les Trappistes? Lunch with the Trappist

          A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 21, 2015

          5 comments, 8 photos

          ... of Mercy and ended with a boat tour on a river that flows through the city. The tourist group was interesting. Sylvia asks if I feel like a year has gone by since the beginning of this whirlwind adventure? Yes definitely. When I look back i feel it was a year of plenty: plenty of contacts, plenty of discoveries, plenty of new friendships, plenty of memories and plenty of stuff to nourrish my thoughts and prayers. Oui, Nicole, j'ai un lit et ne couche pas par terre. Ah ...

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

          A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Apr 20, 2015

          6 photos

          ... 19971;五Ç 77;縄, literally "enclosing rope") are lengths of laid rice straw rope used for ritual purification in the Shinto religion. They can vary in diameter from a few centimetres to several metres, and are often seen festooned with shide. A space bound by shimenawa often indicates a sacred or pure space, such as that of a Shinto shrine .[1]. A shimenawa is a straw rope with white zigzag paper strips (shide). It marks the boundary to something sacred and can ...


          A travel blog entry by paablo on Aug 31, 2014

          8 photos

          ... yellow with outlandishly long necks and Vultures – they really do look like they are planning world domination. The Eagles were pretty cool too – they just look so confident and deadly – you don’t want to mess with them.

          After a few hours at the zoo and a good feed, we all parted our different ways. I headed off to the Tokyo Sky tree (your typical city tourist lookout, also in Sydney, Seattle, Torronto) to reflect on my ...