ryokan

(redirected from Ryoken)

ryo·kan

 (rē-ō′kän′, ryō′-)
n.
An inn or hotel in Japan offering traditional Japanese cuisine and furnishings, and usually a large communal bath.

[Japanese ryokan, from Middle Chinese lı̷ə´ kuan`, inn : lyə̆´, journey, travel (also the source of Mandarin ) + kuan`, guesthouse, to lodge (also the source of Mandarin guǎn).]
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ryokan

(rɪˈəʊkən)
n
a traditional Japanese inn
[Japanese]
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There's a Ryoken where you don't leave the hotel, and Japanese kaiseki style is served from breakfast to dinner.
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Zhang Lianwei and Liang Wenchong of China delighted the local crowd with a 2 and 1 win over Hideki Kase and Ryoken Kawagishi, while India's Amandeep Johl and Thammanoon Srirot of Thailand downed Katsumasa Miyamoto and Hiroyuki Fujita to round off the winning teams for Asia at Mission Hills Golf Club.
The former world No.1 was never in any danger, holding a 10-stroke lead going into the final round, even though his three-under round of 67 was bettered by second-placed Ryoken Kawagishi's 65.
The former world number one was never in any danger, holding a 10-stroke lead going into the final round, even though his three-under 67 was bettered by second-placed Ryoken Kawagishi's 65.
The American is on 13-under 197, ahead of Japanese players Ryoken Kawagishi and Joe Ozaki and Sweden's Daniel Chopra going into today's final round.
Tamaki's grandfather, Ryoken, had his land seized by the former Japanese military during the war and after the war finished, he began cultivating land within the airfield.
The former world No 1 held a ten-stroke lead before his final round of 67, three-under, was bettered by second-placed Ryoken Kawagishi's 65.
The former world number one was never in any danger, holding a 10-stroke lead going into the final round, even though his three-under round of 67 was bettered by second-placed Ryoken Kawagishi's 65.