Ring Ring Road Cycling Tourisum Day1 Part2
The grilled Eel (Kabayaki) uses a secret sauce that has been passed down for over 60 years
IBARAKI Sato Brewery
1-30 Ariake town, Tsuchiura city , Ibaraki PLAYatre Tsuchiura 2F
After returning safely to the starting point, PLAYatre Tsuchiura, you can take a leisurely walk around the museum. You can push your bicycle along the blue lines on the floor and bring it everywhere in the museum by using the bike racks on the side of each store. The store is 70 years old and features a standing sake bar that serves 200 different types of Ibaraki’s sake, beer and wine. Custom drinks are available.
- A happy post-cycling drink at thestanding bar
- Sake, beer and wine from Ibaraki
- Tell them which type of alcohol you like, and they will find the perfect drink for you.
Hoshino Resorts BEB5Tsuchiura
1-30 Ariake town, Tsuchiura city , Ibaraki PLAYatre Tsuchiura 3F
For the last part of the first day, let’s stay at the most talked about cycling focused hotel, Hoshino Resorts BEB5Tsuchiura. Although the hotel is casual and reminiscent of a garage, it is a Hoshino Resort production. The hotel is full of tricks and services that cyclists will love. Upon entering the resort, there is a large public space named TAMARIBA, where guests can bring in food of their choice and spend their time as they want. The rooms are designed for guests to take off their shoes at the entrance so guests can relax and stretch after a long day of cycling. Not only can you bring your bike into the room, but there are optional items such as cycling suit-style loungewear and a bedding set to sleep with your bicycle. The hotel responds to cyclists’ love of bicycle in every way possible.
- The big logo at the entrance
- TAMARIBA, an image of symbolic toolboxes
- Modern and spacious rooms. You can take off your shoes and relax while stretching out.