Stay a night at a ryokan (Japanese-style inn) tailored to foreign tourists, “The Ryokan Tokyo Yugawara,” in Kanagawa Prefecture’s Yugawara!
Dormitory rooms start at 2700 yen per night, possibly making this the cheapest lodging in Yugawara!
Breathtaking scenic beauty, gourmet cuisine, and warm hospitality await. Well-known, healing hot springs you’ll want to visit.Read Later
Hot spring hotels imparting a sense of Japanese tradition and culture
The Seto Inland Sea, Japan’s largest inland sea, is dotted with countless islands and known for its “multi-island beauty.” This time, we are introducing the “Komogakushi Onsen Hotel Sanyo Club,” located on the secluded Iwagi Island in the center of the Seto Inland Sea. The name “Komogakushi” (“Hidden in Reeds”) comes from a story that tells that a Jizo statue wrapped in reeds once washed up at the cape on the hotel’s grounds.
Staying in Kyoto? The newly opened “Machiya Ryokan [Luck you]” located in central Kyoto is highly recommended.Read Later
Recently I stayed at 「Kyo-Machiya Luck you Horikawa gojo」 (just launched on June 17th 2016). It’s conveniently located in central Kyoto, just a 6 minute taxi ride from Kyoto station.