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Nemuro is the eastern-most city of Japan. Only a five minute walk from the last train station on the Nemuro Main Line and the bus terminal, Hotel Nemuro Kaiyoutei is one of the city’s top hotels near the train station. From the moment I arrived at the car park, the service provided was incredible. The checking-in process was fast, the introduction of the room and facilities were clearly explained.
The Kinugawa Onsen Sanraku Hotel is a high-grade nouveau-style onsen perched on the banks of the Kinugawa river. Steaming onsen, delicious Franco-Japonaise evening cuisine, verdant mountain views, and delightful back streets to wander around in your kimono. Basically the quinessential onsen experience.
If you are looking for a unique experience in an exceptional setting, look no further than Kaniyu Onsen. This ryokan hidden deep in the mountains of Oku-Nikko is well worth the trek to get there. Experience the regional countryside fare, hike through the forests, gain a deeper understanding of the local history, and of course, relax in one of the best onsens in Japan.
Shikoku's Hotel Kazurabashi, in Tokushima's Iya Valley, is an excellent way to experience the best of Japan - with amazing hot spring baths, meals filled with delicious local delicacies, and top-notch service. 
A place to relax, with adventure on the side.
Tokyu Harvest Club Kyoto Takagamine & VIALA: Newly opened gorgeous hotel inside the historical Shozan Resort Kyoto.
Visit the hidden gem of Fukushima, located a short distance out of the main samurai city of Aizuwakamatsu. Accessible by shuttle bus, bus, or taxi, this hot spring town offers breathtaking scenery and a variety of hotels for guests.