Outside Tokyo Travel Guide
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A multicourse breakfast is served by a room attendant bearing a tray laden with such morsels as grilled trout, seasonal tofu, miso soup, and a variety of teas. Sit at the low table and contemplate a view of the manicured garden at this venerable ryokan inn.
Restaurants in Outside Tokyo
At the airport outpost of this popular Japanese sushi chain—there are more than 60 locations throughout the country—you’ll have a front-row seat at a marble counter as the chef prepares fresh sushi rolls, such as tuna nigiri made with fish from the Tsukiji Fish Market.
Things to do in Outside Tokyo
If you’re traveling with a group, consider renting one of the airport’s 26 private lounges, complete with cushioned chairs, coffee tables, at least one television (you can ask the reservations desk for a DVD player), and a wall of windows.