“Sleeper Train Hokutosei” was opened in 1988 as the first non-stop train connecting Tokyo and Hokkaido, and while it shut down in 2015, it was Japan’s first luxury sleeper train. This time, I stayed at “Train Hostel Hokutosei,” a facility that utilizes actual parts of the famous sleeper train for its interior decorations.
Located in Kawaramachi, Kyoto you’ll find Len, a trendy little hostel with its own built-in café and bar. The first floor’s lounge area, where the café and bar are located, welcomes not only guests, but locals and travelers alike. The atmosphere is laid back and encourages people to come together and have a good time. Its location is convenient for sightseeing around Kyoto as well, with the downtown area and Kamogawa just a stone's throw away.
ARTnSHELTER first opened in December of 2015.
As its name suggests, ARTnSHELTER is a museum-like hostel where guests can enjoy various works of art!
It also features a multimedia space that plays ultra-widescreen movies!
Sawatari Hot Spring in Gunma Prefecture: a Two-Day Trip to the Hot Spring with an Overnight StayRead Later
Sawatari Hot Spring (Sawatari Onsen) in Gunma Prefecture is one of my favourite hot spring resorts. Each fall I visit it. I love its snug hot spring, tranquil settings and rustic charm.
The flagship Hotel Asakusa 3000 is located 7 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Metro Ginza Line and TOEI Asakusa Line.
Although it's situated close to Sensoji Temple, the rates are extremely cheap, starting from just ¥2,000, including a free breakfast!
Hotels outside of major city areas can be somewhat pricey. This time, I looked into a number of accommodations available in Sendai before deciding to visit “Sauna & Capsule Cure Kokubuncho,” which has plentiful amenities at a reasonable price.
Asakusa is a popular area in Tokyo for tourism. This convenient capsule hotel, “Nine Hours Asakusa,” opened on September 21st, 2018, near popular locations Senso-ji Temple and Hanayashiki!
Do you want to spend time enjoying delicious foods and looking over a gorgeous view in a peaceful place surrounded by nature? This article will be introducing “Kyukamura Fuji,” which is just the place for those things.
Kyukamura Fuji is an onsen (hot spring) hotel on the side of Shizuoka Prefecture’s Lake Tanuki, and every guest room has a view of Mt. Fuji.
Gorgeous, majestic nature surrounds the hotel. However, anything you may need, like meals, is all available at the hotel.
Spend some relaxing time here and forget about the fatigue and pressure of everyday life.