Richmond Hotel Tokyo Musashino

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

    Day 2 - Ghibli Museum, Mitaka

    A travel blog entry by camisado on Apr 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... outside. We got to see some parts of the animation process, which were really cool, and some mocked up design studios and an exclusive short film. We only had about three hours in the museum - it's quite small but there's a lot to see! The gift shop was very busy and quite expensive compared to other places we've been since, so I didn't buy a lot, but the experience was awesome! We got the train back to Shinjuku and we went ...

    Tokyo Disney

    A travel blog entry by luc.larocque on Mar 02, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... of two parts: Disney Land as well as Disney Sea. We chose Disney Sea because the reviews were more positive.When we got there, we were quite confused and flabbergasted by the sheer size of the amusement park and the beauty of the attractions. Once we got to our senses, we were able to make our choices.

    Here are the rides we took:
    - Indiana Jones' Temple of Doom adventure ride (170 minute wait but well worth the wait according to both our sons).
    - The ...

    Turning Japanese

    A travel blog entry by martin-caroline on Feb 04, 2013

    21 photos

    ... it had to be done! The lights and sounds of Shibuya now seeming the mere tip of the iceberg, we were catapulted into the Akihabara suburb with no warning!! The advertising now on a totally new and grander scale, the lights brighter, the language pure Japanese, and touts on every shop front or designated mall area shouting for business, again all in competition with each other... it is almost like the most technical, gadgety, geeky cattle market equivalent you can imagine! There ...

    Japan - the future for the obedient

    A travel blog entry by thepeterhawkins on Jan 31, 2012

    3 photos

    ... 9pm. There was no sense of "event", of an evening out. Why? It was a week night, people had to go to work. I can't help thinking there are a lot of people looking around thinking "we did exactly what you wanted, but what now?".

    If Japan represents our future, then it's a future we should reject, but a method of adapting that we should follow. It is amazing how Tokyo functions so well with the enormous numbers living there. It is safe, it is ...

    End of the Road: The Land where Everything Speaks

    A travel blog entry by teamham on Jun 27, 2011

    17 photos

    ... of cormorant fishing in Inuyama. Although it's no longer used as a means to feed one's family, nightly performances are put on for tourists which helps keep the art and its skills alive. The way the fisherman manipulated ten cormorants like puppets on strings was very impressive, but also a little gross: making the birds regurgitate their catch - would you want to eat that fish?

    City life beckoned again and we whisked ourselves down to Hiroshima on the Shinkansen, ...