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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.
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!
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.
Shirakawa-go no Yu, a wonderful, convenient, ryokan in the downtown of Shirkawa-go, a UNESCO world heritage site.
Relax in your seaside room or in the ocean front onsen and enjoy delicious local seafood at Hagi Komachi in northern Yamaguchi Prefecture.
A Stay at the Kazeya Ryokan, a traditional Japanese inn in the heart of Gifu's Hida Mountain Range.
Yutorelo Atami is a lovely boutique hotel that offers ocean views, excellent service, delicious meals, and boasts a wonderful open-air hot springs bath.
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A popular onsen spot near Tokyo is the Nikko area in Tochigi prefecture such as the Kinugawa onsen. Located two hours from Tokyo, it is easily accessible by bus or train with JR or Tobu line. Kinugawa Park Hotels are one of the best hotels in this area to enjoy an unforgettable week-end with delicious food and amazing facilities.