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Hotels in Japan

Hotels in Japan

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This country has so much to offer with a hotel to suit every budget

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Currency

Japanese Yen

Languages

Japanese

Local Time

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Frequently Asked Questions

Japan has lots on offer throughout most of the year, but the most popular times to visit are during spring and autumn. In spring, the country’s many historic gardens really come to life, and are beautiful places to explore. In autumn, the same gardens look magnificent as the leaves transition into winter. If you want to ski, then the best time to visit is during winter, when there is normally a lot of snowfall on the mountains.
There are some excellent family hotels in Tokyo, particularly in the Harajuku and Shibuya areas. Children especially will enjoy the pop culture that Japan’s capital is famous for. You can visit the Ghibli Museum for a full appreciation of Japan’s renowned animator Miyazaki Shibuya, or take a trip to Tokyo DisneySea for nautical-themed rides and attractions.For a real sense of Japan’s history, culture and countryside, book a hotel in Kyoto. There are beautiful Zen gardens to relax in, multiple Buddhist temples to visit and traditional geisha to be entertained by. Make sure to see the impressive Fushimi-Inari-Taisha Shrine, and gaze up in awe at the huge stalks of bamboo at the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove.Couples might like to stay in a traditional hotel in Hakone, 90km south-west of Tokyo. In the centre of the town is the stunning Lake Ashi, on which you can enjoy a sightseeing cruise or try some kayaking. At the base of Mount Fuji are a number of hot springs, great places to relax in during the day. There’s also the Hakone Ropeway, a cable-car journey that offers fantastic views of Mount Fuji.In the Kansai region, hotels in Osaka are a good option if you’re looking for vibrant nightlife and fine cuisine. Check out the Dotonbori area by the river for some grilled octopus balls and an Asahi beer while looking up at the dazzling neon lights. Or visit Hozenji Yokocho, once a theatre district, now home to around 60 bars and restaurants. Make sure to try the Osakan delicacy Okonomiyaki, a savoury pancake made with shredded cabbage.

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