Season 1 Omotenashi
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Aired: May 22, 2015
Episode #02: Shukubo
This show features the new faces of Tokyo, where many professionals gather creating the Tokyo culture with their passion and technology.
Today we visit the Shukubo, a type of inn’s owners who offer their own creative take on the Japanese approach to hospitality known as Omotenashi. Yoshihiko Baba, the seventeenth-generation owner of the Komadori Sanso inn and his wife, Akemi offer their own style of service to their guests at their Shukubo, located in a secluded region, Mt. Mitake.
In this segment, we go on a walk from Ome Station to Tama River. Ome city is an hour west out of Tokyo, an area full of hills and forests. From Ome Station, we make our way towards Tama River, one of Tokyo’s major waterways. Let’s see what we meet and see by walking around the area.
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