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Japan is a country that has perfected a complex blend of tradition and modernity on many levels. If you're planning a trip to Japan in 2017, finding a hotel or ryokan (旅館; traditional Japanese guest house) that reflects both traditional and modern aspects of Japanese culture, history and architecture...

Breakfast is generally considered the most important meal of the day as it provides fuel for the day ahead. While traveling in Japan, the hotel or ryokan (旅館; traditional Japanese inn) where you are staying at will most likely provide breakfast for its guests, be it in Japanese-style or...

Experiencing a traditional onsen (温泉) in Japan has always posed a problem for me. It's not the hot water nor the price that worries me, but the obligation to get completely naked before jumping in. That handkerchief-sized, piece of cloth handed to you before entering? That's intended for a...

When you're looking for somewhere to stay in Tokyo, the choices are endless. However, one hotel that has never failed me is Toyoko Inn (東横イン). I have been to several different branches of the hotel around Japan and they always provide guests with a great service and an awesome...

If you like traveling in Japan and prefer the atmosphere of a tranquil environment, then you should try staying at a temple which is known as "shukubo" lodging. It is an ideal option if you'll be going on a pilgrimage or just wanting to tour around to get a...

Have you ever heard of the term “glamping?” Apparently, it is a new trend that is taking the world by storm including Japan. The word “glamping” is basically a combination of the words glamorous and camping, so glamping is the term used for a glamorous camping trip. When glamping,...

The quietest and calmest sceneries are usually located in the countryside, away from the bustling of the city, and are the traditional-style Japanese inns. They are popularly known as "ryokan". This is a not-so-ordinary bed-and-breakfast stay, for you will be experiencing Japan and it's wondrous traditions from the past....

A hotel room is more than just a place to sleep, it can have a big impact on your holiday experience. One huge bonus with a room is a great view, but usually this would cost a lot of money. However, with a little searching you can find places...

Most people who visit Japan always wonder if it is possible to stay in a traditional old style house. Everyone is curious to know how it is and how comfortable it can be. It is also the best way to understand cultural elements of the everyday Japanese life. en.rocketnews24.com/ Of course,...

Bathing in an onsen, or hot spring, is a very traditional Japanese pastime. It was not purely about washing yourself but enabled social interaction and even health benefits. Many tourists wish to experience onsen for themselves, and that is highly recommended. Why not hit two birds with one stone...

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