- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... to confirm your interest, I can get an idea of the group size and begin preparing a budget which would determine the cost per rider. I would need to rent a van to carry our bags from place to place and also hire a Japanese speaking driver to join our tour and provide support services. No final decision would be made to conduct the tour until final numbers and costs are confirmed and firm expressions are received with a deposit (refundable if the tour doesn't happen). ...
It was a drizzly day when I got up this morning so I waited for the drizzle to ease up and went for a short ride. I stopped at the site of Japan's oldest university, the Ashikaga School, which was founded in the 1400's. I toured the grounds for about 30 minutes before continuing on my way. I barely got out of the city into the countryside when the drizzle started up again so I decided to turn back.
On the way, I ...
... you could see mountains and the valley beyond and even the Sea of Japan off into the distance.
After asking another photographer to take a photo of me, I started my descent. At one point, I stopped by the side of the road where a hose was shooting out water. There were signs in Japanese and a ladle and a glass beside the hose so I assumed this was potable, natural spring water. I stopped and had a couple of good sips and it tasted fine.
Finally, off the ...
... rests and I take in the Grandberry outlet scene -- a now fabulous Sunday destination for Japanese families has put Minami Machida on the map (and express route!).
An Ukai Tei teppanyaki feast is next. We are treated to an amazing meal that exhausted and jetlagged Lily mostly sleeps through (miso soup and rice notwithstanding). The grounds of Ukai Tei offer jaw-droppingly impressive scenes both inside and out and are a truly memorable last evening in Japan.
... and then took a walk to Tokyo Dome. Andreas wanted to check out the entrance fees to the amusement park there. With that done, we went for sushi, into the "exciting" book store for a peek (yes, their sign was accually labled "the exciting bookstore") and then, home. Goodnight for now. Oh, and happy International Star Wars ...