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Taiyo no Sato: Bettei Umi to Mori was voted Japan's number one high end ryokan in 2014. Located just a couple of hours East of Tokyo along the most Eastern shores of Chiba prefecture, it offers delicious local seafood with private baths facing the Pacific Ocean.
Enjoy panaramic views of the ocean at Ise-shima from the outdoor hot springs of Ijika Daiichi Hotel Kagura
Set in a beautiful forest covered mountain, Nyuto Onsen is one place very much worth visiting, and one that is very accessible by public transport, in the heart of Akita Prefecture.
When you come to Tokyo, you expect an experience of a lifetime. The Prince Park Tower Tokyo in Tokyo's Minato ward aims to help you do just that, from the second you enter the building.
Wonderful wooden log cabin in Daisetsuzan National Park, with a warm and cosy atmosphere and full of amazing woodwork everywhere.
The monks don’t just have a strict schedule, but everything they do is so impeccably planned and performed. When we arrived, there were exactly two pairs of slippers waiting for us on the stairs at the entrance of the main building. Coincidence? Of course not. They know exactly who arrives at what time and they neatly arrange the slippers for you.
Kiya Ryokan in Uwajima is a stylish renewal of a historic inn. Guests can rent the whole building where Japan’s leading politicians and artists once stayed.