Richmond Hotel Premier Musashikosugi
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... freebie snacks and notebooks as we walked out the door. It is fun to travel with a Nihonmatsu star. Jess accompanied us as far a Koriyama and then we boarded the Shinkansen for an 80 minute trip to Tokyo. Tokyo station was nuts with thousands of people on the move for their big holiday " golden week". We managed to navigate our way through that and got the Narita express to ...
... we're now so used to it that it is just normality for us.
Breakfast was, today, largely very ordinary. We were greeted with a sizable selection of curiously flavoured rice balls and pickled things which meant that the girls and I ate virtually none of it. Breakfast at hotels in the Toyoko Inn chain are a bit of a lottery. Some are great, with a fantastic variety of excellent breakfast dishes on offer. At others if you're unlucky ...
... Dome City which is basically a mini amusement park in the middle of the city. We continued to the hotel to cook the food we were supposed to make the day before. We dropped our stuff off in the room, grabbed our food and headed down to the kitchen. We shared the elevator with a man on the way down who we think might work there. He followed us to the kitchen and started tidying up some things. He then looked at our food and figured we ...
... rule just applied to the market area and snuck bites of our ice cream until we got to the dock.
On the way we saw interesting sights. Lots of ladies in either Kimonos or the summer version of Kimonos, Yukatas. (same thing, different material) We even saw REAL rickshaw drivers. Asian men running around on foot pulling carts with poles wearing cool looking split toe shoes. We asked to take a pic with one of them and he held up his hand and waved ...
I went back to my hotel for a little while before heading out for my dinner reservation at Nihonryori RyuGin. Due to my confusion yesterday I didn't need any help finding the restaurant.
RyuGin is very small with around 18 seats. I was surprised when another table seemed to be an American couple. The only dinner available is a 10-course tasting menu, although you can request some minor adjustments. I discussed the menu and ...