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Ryokan

If you’re interested in going to Japan, or you’ve been numerous times, chances are that you’re familiar with what a Ryokan is. On the other hand, you’re probably also aware that Ryokan have beautiful, but limited facilities in comparison to hotels. Both Ryokans and hotels in Japan allow you to live in the lap of luxury, but which one is right for you? For many of us, such as me, it’s both! There are things to consider for your next...

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If you come to the entrance of Kayotei for the first time it is evident that this is a very special Japanese inn. This one of a kind  ryokan is located in the tiny hot spring village of Yamanaka in Ishikawa prefecture. This village remains much the same as it has for hundreds of years. It’s your private mountain villa, has only 10 guest suites and rest in a lush mountain valley. Think of it as your private mountain villa, a...

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More than 6000 Ryokan and Hotels in Japan have contract with JTB and more than 9 million room will be sold to our customers.  Based on our customer survery we would like to share the 4 best Ryokans in Hokkaido Area   No. 1 Akan Tsuruga Besso Hinanoza Overall point 92point (Service  92, Meal  90, Room 92, Onsen Bath  84) Hotel’s 25 luxuriously appointed suites include their own Private open-air bath as well as traditional...

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A ryokan, or a traditional Japanese inn, has become a must-do experience for many travelers in Japan. While most hotels in Japan are actually quite affordable, a ryokan has that infamous Japanese price tag associated with it. Typically costing 6,000 to 100,000 yen ($60-1000), is a ryokan worth the high costs? Most ryokan are found in more scenic areas of Japan and are associated with Japanese vacations. Many of them are located up in...

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Since it is located near Kyoto and Nara, former capitals of Japan before Tokyo, Arima onsen had long been loved by the Imperial family, nobility and cultured people. From the description in the 8th century, down to the reference in the ‘Pillow Book’ written by ‘Sei Shonagon’ in the 11th century, then ‘Toyotomi Hideyoshi’, the de facto ruler of the day, frequented here in the 16th century to develop...

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Hotel Sekifu, located near Isawa-Onsen Station in Yamanashi prefecture, is the perfect place for an escape for the mind and body. There is nothing like an onsen hotel to relax and recharge. Upon entering the quaint hotel, the vivid colors of the entrance bring energy to visitors. The entire hotel is decorated in a flashy, yet tasteful manner which is sure to entertain and mesmerize guests of all ages. Upon checking in, visitors fill...

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