Destinations in Japan

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Japan

— Tokyo, Japan

(Rated 9.3, 762 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Tokyo – and a guest favourite. Situated a minutes’ walk away from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station of the Tokyo Metro Ginza and Mar ...

— Tokyo, Japan

(Rated 9.3, 875 reviews)
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Re-opened in 2012 after thorough renovations, the Tokyo Station Hotel is registered as an Important Cultural Hotel and boasts gorgeous rooms in a clas ...

— Tokyo, Japan

(Rated 9.0, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Tokyo – and a guest favourite. Centrally located in Shibuya, Cerulean Tower Tokyu Hotel offers spacious rooms with panoramic ...

— Tokyo, Japan

(Rated 9.0, 294 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Tokyo – and a guest favourite. Located a 11-minute walk from JR Shibuya Station, Trunk (Hotel) offers free WiFi throughout t ...

— Tokyo, Japan

(Rated 9.0, 2 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Tokyo.Rising above Shiba Park and situated right by Tokyo Tower, The Prince Park Tower Tokyo offers spacious rooms with skylin ...

— Tokyo, Japan

(Rated 8.9, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Tokyo.Opened in 2012 with modern and stylish designs, The Gate Hotel is conveniently located in the historic neighbourhood. It ...

— Tokyo, Japan

(Rated 8.8, 3 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Tokyo.Conveniently situated within a 3-minute walk from Shinbashi and Shiodome stations, The Royal Park Hotel Tokyo Shiodome i ...

Japan - The Land Of The Rising Sun

You know Japan for its distinctive culture, innovative exports and legendary cuisine. Brands like Toyota, Nintendo and Panasonic are household names, and mouth watering food like sushi, sashimi and tempura all came from this ancient land. But as they say, you can’t beat the real thing. For a true taste of Japanese cuisine, down Tokyo’s finest ramen noodles inside Tokyo station, or head along to the Tsukiji Fish Market for your fix of fresh sushi. If scenery is more your thing, don’t miss the iconic Kiyomizu-dera buddhist temple, known for its stunning views and sizable veranda. Or there’s the dreamy Arashiyama district, where you can hang out with the monkeys living in the surrounding green bamboo forests. For a Japanese history lesson, check out Fushimi Inari Taisha, the mountainside Shinto shrine dating back to 711 A.D., or visit the Osaka Castle which finished construction back in 1597 - complete with picture perfect gardens and an in-house museum. Climb high above the world via the still active Mt. Fuji, or view Tokyo from Tokyo Skytree the third tallest structure in the world. Finally, visit the Imperial Palace, home to the emperor of Japan and take a scenic garden tour of the grounds.

Travel Japan

Witness The Beauty Of Mt. Fuji

Known to the locals as “Fuji-san,” Mt. Fuji is an active volcano 100 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. Mt. Fuji is Japan’s tallest peak, coming in at a sizable 3,776 meters. The snow-capped peak is also one of Japan’s 3 sacred mountains, and has been a pilgrimage site for centuries. If you’re feeling game, hiking to the summit remains a popular tourist activity.

Fly High Above The City Atop Of Tokyo Skytree

The Tokyo Skytree is a television broadcasting tower and the centerpiece of Skytree Town in the Sumida City Ward. Standing at 634 meters, the Skytree is the tallest structure in Japan and the third tallest in the world. The highlight is the two observation decks which give you awe inspiring views of Tokyo. The tower also contains a shopping complex and an aquarium at its base.

Marvel At The Golden Kinkakuji Temple

Kinkakuji (also known as the Golden Pavilion) is a zen temple that’s two top tiers are completely covered in gold leaf. Located in Kyoto, this glowing gold temple was formerly the retirement home of shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, and eventually became a Zen temple of the Rinzai sect after his death in 1408. One of the most popular attractions in Japan, visitors can view Kinkakuji from across the pond, and you can also walk passed the head priest’s previous living quarters, which are famous for their painted sliding doors.

Tips And Travel Information For Japan

Money The currency in Japan is the Japanese Yen (¥). Cash is mostly preferred by Japanese people, even those who own credit or debit cards. Cards can be used in major cities and tourist areas like Tokyo and Osaka, however, some attractions in the suburbs are cash only. Therefore it’s recommended you always carry cash with you. Getting Around The Japanese transit network is clean, reliable and comfortable. Using public transportation in Japan is also a lot simpler than it seems. There are a large selection of trains you can use to travel to different regions. All major Japanese cities also have their own subway networks and it is the preferred mode of transport for the locals, especially in Tokyo. Buses are used less often because of the quality of Japan’s train and metro networks. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Apr & May, Aug) Moderate (Jun & Jul, Sep - Nov) Quiet Season (Dec - Mar) High season in Japan falls in the months of April, May and August. During these months sights will be more crowded and accommodation will often be fully booked. It’s also Cherry-blossom season from late March to early April. Low season is between December and March. Most sights will be less crowded and accommodation will be at its cheapest. The only exception being ski resorts, which start to peak during these months.

Find Boutique Hotels In Japan

For a stay just as exquisite as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Japan.