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Nothing beats a long day exploring the classic wooden architecture of Narai. Unless its staying in one of its oldest and most well preserved ryokans!
Ekoin Temple is a Buddhist temple on Mount Koya in Wakayama which offers overnight accommodation surrounded by tradition and nature.
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.
Relax in your seaside room or in the ocean front onsen and enjoy delicious local seafood at Hagi Komachi in northern Yamaguchi Prefecture.
Located in the Mihonoseki Harbour on the Northern tip of Shimane Peninsula, Fukuma-kan is a ryokan offering magnificent views of the Sea of Japan, while retaining a rustic, rural charm.
Okuhida Onsen – nature and hot springs in gorgeous Gifu
At Ine there are surprises and delights in every season. in January the mountains are blanketed by snow, but you are rewarded by the Matsuba Crab, a local speciality. In summer take a seat by the shore line for the fireworks and summer festivals, or see kites and seagulls up close on the sightseeing cruise.
Kaike Onsen's Toukou-en Ryokan is a wonderful choice for travelers to the Sea of Japan in the area of Tottori and Shimane. Sitting beside a lovely beach, it offers tasty meals and impressive hot spring baths.