As you know, Japan is one of my favourite countries I’ve visited. From the amazing culture, to the Delicious food and incredible people, it’s a country that’s not to be missed. If you’re planning a trip to Japan, I’ve got a list of the hotels you must stay in while you’re there.
Located in the heart of one of Japan’s biggest cities, the new up and coming vibrant hotel is the perfect place to relax, unwind and start your Japanese adventure from. It’s built over the entrance of the Nanba Betsuin Temple (Minamido), where you’ll experience the Japanese culture and the modern atmosphere of the hotel. Plus, you’ll be able to access the popular tourist spots within walking distance from the hotel. For instance, like the famous fluffy cheescake you’ve seen countless times on Facebook.
If you’re a big fan of music, then this hotel is the perfect place to stay. Opening next April, the REI hotel includes a music club on site featuring up and coming artists, performers and musicians playing every night. You can explore Yokohama during the day and dance at at Zepp’s Live House by night.
One of my favourite cities we visited in Japan, Kyoto is an enchanting, serene city, compared to the bustling streets of Tokyo or Osaka. You’ll find yourself relaxing in the city as well as discovering it’s cultural highlights. Kyoto feels like it’s from another era. That’s why the Museum Hotel is the perfect place to stay. Located in the centre, you’ll be able to experience Kyoto’s traditional culture while staying in a modern hotel. You’ll even be able to learn about the Japanese tea ceremony. Although it’s not open yet, you’ll be able to visit this hotel from the summer of 2022.
The best place to stay if you’re planning to see Mount Fuji! The hotel is located in close to Suruga Bay where you can discover the local cuisine of the Fuji area as well as visit Mount Fuji itself. Mishima is just a 45 minute bullet train ride away from Tokyo. The perfect place to get away from the bustling city of Tokyo to enjoy the nature.
Have you visited any amazing hotels in Japan previously? Let me know in the comments below!