Richmond Hotel Tokyo Musashino

2-4-1 Nakacho, Musashino, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 180-0006, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Musashino

A-Meiji-ng Japan

A travel blog entry by mnm2012

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... the gyoen or imperial garden where in June the beautiful purple irises are in blossom so we wandered around and joined the nature loving and equally trigger happy Japanese as they appreciated and photographed the flowers. Next stop was Yoyogi park for some more people watching or even a glimpse into the Tokyo subculture of Cosplay inspired from manga or videogames. Near the entrance of Yoyogi we were greeted by a group of rockabillies, i.e. fifties America dressed guys ...

Tokyo Highlights

A travel blog entry by jobloor

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... leads out onto the street and we leave the tour here and after a quick coffee head off for a river boat cruise down the Sumida River to the Tokyo Bay. This is a very popular way to see the city and we pass under 13 bridges all different and see lots of blossom trees.

We then walk back to the Zojoji temple near our hotel and look at that. another beautifully restored building with a cemetery and shrine area and also shrines to children who have pre deceased their ...

Meiji shrine, Tokyo Tower and more

A travel blog entry by kingo

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... her sneaking pictures of the kids and at lunch I spoke with her (through her son as she did not speak English) She was so happy for us with the golden family. So genuinely happy for us that we had a son and a daughter. It broke my heart...we spoke of how she will miss her only son if /when he goes off to study, as due to policy she was not able to have other children...I mean I knew this, but I have never noticed such longing in a womans eyes who has been told she is ...

Ramen, anime & karaoke

A travel blog entry by discovereatplay

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... afternoon. We got to see the demonstrations of how they made the anime, old style with drawing & painting, from start to finish. There was a mini theatre with a very cute short film that had very few words so we could understand what was going on. Pretty much everything was written in Japanese, but we still got a lot out of it.

One of the cutest things was ...

Un-Hanami, Part III -- Inokashira Park

A travel blog entry by gadelle

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... that runs along the lake to catch our other friends who were to join us. There were hundreds of people going by, but with the hair colour I'm currently sporting, I knew my friends couldn't possibly miss me.

Neither could anyone else, it seems. One of the little girls who attends my school was at the park with her parents, who spotted me and stopped to chat. I'm sure I never would have ...

Location

This hotel, located on 2-4-1 Nakacho, Musashino, is near Ghibli Museum, Inokashira Park, Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, and Igusa Hachimangu Folklore Collection.
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