Japan Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)

Japan Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)
Japan abounds in accommodations, both western-style and Japanese. Types of accommodation vary widely in terms of style and budget. You can choose to stay in the familiar comforts of a western-style hotel, or enjoy the comfort and personal attention of a traditional Japanese inn.

Japan Package handles more than 15,000 of accommodations [Western style, Japanese style, Capsule Hotel, Temple, and so on] all-around Japan. We arrange a special accommodation for all of our customers as funds permit. (ex: Budget $100, twin bed room in country town for 1 night, 1 night stay at the temple, and whatever.) So, if you face some difficulties to find your accommodation please let us know by the phone [02 9264-7384] or e-mail now.

If you are looking for accommodation in the ski resorts, please refer our Snow Package 2016 / 17 season page.

Tokyo Accommodations (Hotel & Ryokan)

Tokyo Accommodations (Hotel & Ryokan)
Tokyo Accommodations (Hotel & Ryokan)Tokyo is the capital of Japan since Edo-era (AC1600). This huge, wealthy and fascinating metropolis brings high-tech visions of the future side by side with glimpses of old Japan, and has something for everyone. You will see a lot of modern, sophisticated and towering hotels in Tokyo. GO Detail Page

Kyoto Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)

Kyoto Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)
Kyoto Accommodations (Hotel & Ryokan)Kyoto was the capital of Japan and the residence of the Emperor from 794 until 1868 until the capital was moved to Tokyo.

During its millennium at the centre of Japanese power, culture, tradition, and religion, it accumulated an unparalleled collection of palaces, temples and shrines. It is strongly recommended to experience traditional Japanese style accommodation in Kyoto.

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Osaka Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)

Osaka Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)
Osaka Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)Osaka is the central city of the Kansai region (including Osaka, Nara, Kobe and Kyoto) and the second largest city in Japan. Osaka was historically the commercial capital of Japan and is traditionally considered the "nation's kitchen" (tenka no daidokoro) or the gourmet food capital of Japan. GO Detail Page

Japan Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)

Japan Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)
  • Takayama

    Consists of many old wooden houses and the beauty of the projecting lattice and the eaves draw many visitors.

    Takayama Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)
  • Hakone

    A Holiday resort with many renowned spas as well as Lake Ashino-ko, which was created by Mt. Fuji's volcanic activity.

    Hakone Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)
  • Kanazawa

    A castle town that was ruled over by the Maeda family for three centuries from 1583 to the end of Edo Era of 1868.

    Kanazawa Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)
  • Hiroshima

    The Itsukushima jinja Shrine, located on Miyajima Island of Hiroshima, is one of the three most beautiful sights in Japan.

    Hiroshima Accommodation (Hotel & Ryokan)

What is the Ryokan

What is the Ryokan
Ryokan Image A ryokan is a type of traditional Japanese inn dating from the Edo Era, when they served travellers along Japan's highways. A room in a ryokan is constructed using traditional Japanese materials; flooring is tatami, and doors are sliding rice-paper doors.

A ryokan will usually also feature a common bathing area, often using hot spring water if in an onsen area. Recently High-end ryokan often provide private bathing facilities. Typically a ryokan will also provide guests with yukata to wear. And sleeping arrangements are a futon on the tatami floor.

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