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

    Wet, steamy Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Jul 03, 2015

    9 photos

    ... he prepared every dish, from scratch, for every order. We shared our dishes and enjoyed them all. Phil is already a fan of Asahi and Kirin beers, while I tried a Lime Sour which had something mixed with lime and tonic as it is 25% proof. When leaving the restaurant they spray your clothes to give them a nice smell as smoking is allowed in the restaurant.
    It was very nice to only have about 100 m to walk to get home as our feet feel as though ...

    Back to Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Apr 10, 2015

    107 photos

    ... same privileges were not extended to people staying in the Hello Kitty room, despite it being of a similar price, so I had to pay to go in. The lounge has a great view over the city and free food and alcohol. Sadly by the time we got there it was about to close, so we only had 30 mins to stuff as much food and drink into ourselves as we could manage before everyone got booted out. We called it a night at that point and I went back to enjoy the luxury ...

    Tokyo Day One

    A travel blog entry by beauandcraig on Jan 09, 2015

    29 photos

    We decide that were not going to try to do too much in the next two days. It's been a long trip and there is no sense overdoing it. I already think Tokyo is a place I'll want to come back to. We move hotels (I'll explain this later) and start the day, in earnest, with a walk though Yoyogi Park. This large, dense forest is just south of our hotel and is home to one of the city's most significant Shinto shrines: the Meiji Shrine. Emperor Meiji lead Japan in the mid 18th century and oversaw ...

    Japan - Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 03, 2014

    ... is a different festival, sometimes themed bycountry or event. It was Japanese themed, and there was live entertainment going on, we walked through the rows of food huts stopping along the way to sample the food. They also love their beer here, there were so many different types at the festival, we think it may have actually been a October fest Japanese style event.

    Erika then led us to a street (waking only) that was famous for shopping 'Tanashi' it was actually crazy ...

    Second visit this year

    A travel blog entry by mrduby on Aug 23, 2014

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    ... it's not raining when we arrived in Asakusa. Our destination was cookingware street, Dougu street. There was parade in nearby streets. At night we saw some festival activities on TV, probably a Matsuli (traditional festival) on the weekend after the tomb festival. Most shops on Dougu st. close at 5-6, so we moved on to our ...