Richmond Hotel Kumamoto Shinshigai
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... on the street, but they have these little on-street fenced areas where people can smoke (just like being in isolation ward). They may have non smoking areas in restaurants but the smoking section can be right next to you. You book a non smoking room, but some still smell of smoke, possibly ingrained in furnishings before changes were made. Not enjoyable for sensitive non-smoking noses.
... Canal City before walking back to our hotel. We were pretty exhausted after a day of walking and shopping so we relaxed for a couple of hours before heading out for dinner. We didn't want to go very far, nor have too large a meal so we found the perfect place right across the street from our hotel - a place called Sukiya where they served simple one bowl meals called gyu-don, beef or pork cooked with vegetables served on top of rice. John had a delicious curry ...
... for over an hour. Our bottoms were pretty sore from sitting on the wooden seats by the time we disembarked. We arrived in a quaint village and we walked to a restaurant that Haruyo had reserved for us. The specialty of the area is grilled eel - kabayaki. It is served on top of rice flavoured with soy sauce. There was also a soup cooked on individual cookers containing fish, eggs, and vegetables and a few exotic dishes including jelly fish, some kind ...
... couple stopped and were kind enough to take us back to our accommodation. Our room was a private bunk, small but really nice. The hostel was really nice, one of the best we had seen. There was a big kitchen downstairs with every kind of appliance and utensil. They also had a massive array of teas for guests to use including an apple tea which was delicious. Dave had wanted to make beef tataki (thin slices of nearly ...
... When you arrive, the beds are packed away and they prepare them for you later. There was a low table and we had green tea, a teapot and a hot water container. Through some doors was a seating area, a bit like a conservatory. Then there was an outdoor balcony with more seating looking out into the forest. It was amazing. There were the traditional yukata robes and a little jacket that you wear when staying so we quickly changed. The ryokan had 6 private onsen for guests ...