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Japan known as the Land of the Rising Sun, is an island country i n the Pascific Ocean, in East Asia. It is home to more than a dozen UNESCO world heritage sites and is the birthplace of sushi. Some must see attractions here include, breathtaking Mount Fuji, iconic Kinkaku-ji, the imperial palace, scenic Arashiyama and the beautiful Shinjuku Gyeon national Garden. End your day at some of the best hotels in Japan that can be found here.

Best hotels in Japan

ภาพหลัก HOTEL THE MITSUI KYOTO, a Luxury Collection Hotel & Spa

HOTEL THE MITSUI KYOTO, a Luxury Collection Hotel & Spa

Nakagyo, Kyoto
A stay at HOTEL THE MITSUI KYOTO, a Luxury Collection Hotel & Spa places you in the heart of Kyoto, within a 5-minute drive of Nijō Castle and Nishiki Market. This 5-star hotel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from Kyoto Imperial Palace and 2 mi (3.3 km) from Kyoto Station Building.
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ภาพหลัก The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon

The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon

Minato, Tokyo
With a stay at The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon in Tokyo (Minato), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace. This 5-star hotel is 3.5 mi (5.6 km) from Tokyo Dome and 5.6 mi (9.1 km) from Tokyo Skytree.
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ภาพหลัก Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi

Chuo, Tokyo
With a stay at Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, you'll be centrally located in Tokyo, within a 5-minute drive of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Dome. This 5-star hotel is 9.8 mi (15.7 km) from Tokyo Disneyland® and 10.3 mi (16.6 km) from Tokyo DisneySea®.
(6 Reviews)
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ภาพหลัก Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - a concept by Hyatt

Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - a concept by Hyatt

Minato, Tokyo
A stay at Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - a concept by Hyatt places you in the heart of Tokyo, within a 5-minute drive of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace. This 5-star hotel is 4.4 mi (7 km) from Meiji Jingu Shrine and 5 mi (8.1 km) from Sensō-ji Temple.
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ภาพหลัก Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo

Shinjuku, Tokyo
Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo is in the heart of Tokyo, within a 5-minute walk of Shinjuku Mitsui Building and Pentax Square. This 4.5-star hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Shinjuku I Land and 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Shinjuku Nomura Building.
(239 Reviews)
It was a great stay, 2018 we’ve been stay here with travel group, and we come back as a solo travelers, it was a great stay, we stay for 4 nights and we got upgrade, the view was amazing if the sky clear we can see mount fuji. The room is spacious all clean, hotel is in the city, airport limousine also stop by and from here, its very comfortable. Me and my husband like it very much, will be back for sure 🙏🏻🙏🏻 and hopefully got the best view again 😊
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ภาพหลัก Oakwood Premier Tokyo

Oakwood Premier Tokyo

Chiyoda, Tokyo
With a stay at Oakwood Premier Tokyo, you'll be centrally located in Tokyo, within a 10-minute walk of Mitsui Memorial Museum and Kite Museum. This 4.5-star aparthotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Tei-Park, Communication Park and 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Coredo Muromachi.
(18 Reviews)
great place to stay. loving every single day staying at oakwood. spacious and very well serviced.
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ภาพหลัก Hilton Tokyo Bay

Hilton Tokyo Bay

Tokyo Disney Resort, Tokyo
With a stay at Hilton Tokyo Bay in Urayasu (Maihama), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Tokyo Disneyland® and Tokyo DisneySea®. This 4-star hotel is 11.2 mi (18 km) from Tokyo Tower and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Tokyo Disney Resort®.
(101 Reviews)
The location is very near to the Disney Resort Monorail and the hotel also provide shuttle buses to go and back from hotel to Bayside Station for free. We can ride the airport limousine to and from the airport right in front of the hotel lobby. There's also a convenient store at the lobby. We really enjoyed our three nights at Hilton Tokyo Bay.
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ภาพหลัก Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo/Ginza

Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo/Ginza

Ginza, Chuo
With a stay at Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo/Ginza, you'll be centrally located in Tokyo, within a 5-minute drive of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace. This 4-star hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Tokyo Dome and 4.6 mi (7.4 km) from Tokyo Skytree.
(75 Reviews)
Very strategic place to stay if you are roaming in ginza area. The hotel located on just the outside of higashi-ginza line, just need to talk 5 minute walk to arrive at the hotel. The room is clean, big enough for japanese standard, the bathroom is quite large, with bath tub and shower. Definitely will stay if going to tokyo again
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Ảnh chính Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Schole

Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Schole

Sumida, Tokyo
With a stay at Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Schole in Tokyo (Sumida), you'll be a 3-minute walk from Tokyo Skytree and within a 5-minute drive of Sensō-ji Temple. This hotel is 4.1 mi (6.7 km) from Tokyo Dome and 6.2 mi (10 km) from Tokyo Tower.
(93 Reviews)
nice hotel, great location, the staff is also so nice, they even helped us bring our luggage to bus stop because our group mostly are middle age women..will stay there again when I go to tokyo next time
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Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo

Sumida, Tokyo
With a stay at Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo in Tokyo (Sumida), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Tokyo Skytree and Sensō-ji Temple. This hotel is 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from Ueno Park and 3.8 mi (6.1 km) from Tokyo Imperial Palace.
(67 Reviews)
Very recommended for family. Easy access from Narita Airport by bus if we carry many luggage. Close to JR and Tokyo Metro station. Free bus to Disneyland. Many convenience stores and restaurants near the hotel. The food is delicious with information of ingredients.
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Ảnh chính Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International

Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International

Asakusa, Taito
With a stay at Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International in Tokyo (Asakusa), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Ueno Park and Tokyo Skytree. This hotel is 3.1 mi (5 km) from Tokyo Dome and 3.8 mi (6.1 km) from Tokyo Imperial Palace.
(101 Reviews)
Strategic location, nice and comfort with modern facilities.
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ภาพหลัก Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu

Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu

Shibuya, Tokyo
Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu is centrally located in Tokyo, a 3-minute walk from Shibuya Crossing and a 4-minute drive from National Stadium. This hotel is 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Tokyo Tower and 3.6 mi (5.8 km) from Tokyo Imperial Palace.
(133 Reviews)
Perfect location, just next to subway station, the fame cross is right in front of the hotel, a lot of foods and entertainments nearby, the services were awesome. Great stay! Definitely recommended.
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ภาพหลัก Hotel Mystays Premier Omori

Hotel Mystays Premier Omori

Shinagawa, Tokyo
Located in Tokyo (Shinagawa), Hotel Mystays Premier Omori is within a 10-minute drive of Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Bay. This hotel is 9 mi (14.5 km) from Tokyo Dome and 11.6 mi (18.7 km) from Tokyo Disneyland®.
(215 Reviews)
The room is very clean. We were provided with everything that we could possibly need during our stay, from toiletries to pajamas, up to facial cleansers and moisturizer. Very satisfied 😊
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Mercure Tokyu Stay Osaka Namba

Shinsaibashi, Chuo
Mercure Tokyu Stay Osaka Namba is centrally located in Osaka, a 4-minute walk from Dotonbori and 12 minutes by foot from Namba Grand Kagetsu Theater. This hotel is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Tsutenkaku Tower and 1.9 mi (3 km) from Kyocera Dome Osaka.
(9 Reviews)
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ภาพหลัก APA Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho Tower

APA Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho Tower

Shinjuku, Tokyo
Located in Tokyo (Shinjuku), APA Hotel Shinjuku Kabukicho Tower is within a 5-minute drive of Omoide Yokocho and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden. This hotel is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Meiji Jingu Shrine and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Shibuya Crossing.
(337 Reviews)
Typical Japan budget hotel. Great location in Shinjuku with this price being paid at.
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Ikebukuro, Toshima
With a stay at MIMARU TOKYO IKEBUKURO in Tokyo (Ikebukuro), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Tokyo Dome and Tokyo Imperial Palace. This aparthotel is 7.8 mi (12.5 km) from Tokyo Tower and 8.2 mi (13.2 km) from Tokyo Skytree.
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ภาพหลัก APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae

APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae

Taito, Tokyo
With a stay at APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae in Tokyo (Taito), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Sensō-ji Temple and Tokyo Skytree. This hotel is 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Tokyo Dome and 5 mi (8.1 km) from Tokyo Tower.
(266 Reviews)
It's good hotel to stay in, very close to tawaramachi station (from exit 2), also close to some attraction places, cheap shopping place, convenient store or supermarket. The room space is so small but still ok, the amenities were complete, the price is standard for budget hotel in japan. Very recommended!!! I will be back to this hotel while travel to japan again
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ล็อบบี้ APA Hotel TKP Nippori-Ekimae

APA Hotel TKP Nippori-Ekimae

Arakawa, Tokyo
With a stay at APA Hotel TKP Nippori-Ekimae in Tokyo (Arakawa), you'll be steps from Nippori Textile Town and 9 minutes by foot from Yanaka Ginza Shopping Street. This hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Sensō-ji Temple and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Tokyo Skytree.
(320 Reviews)
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ภาพหลัก Hotel MyStays Asakusa - Bashi

Hotel MyStays Asakusa - Bashi

Asakusabashi, Taito
With a stay at Hotel MyStays Asakusa - Bashi, you'll be centrally located in Tokyo, within a 5-minute drive of Tokyo Skytree and Tokyo Dome. This hotel is 4.2 mi (6.7 km) from Tokyo Tower and 10.1 mi (16.2 km) from Tokyo Disneyland®.
(174 Reviews)
The place is really nice and clean, it is near the train station and the hotel is connected to lawson
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ภาพหลัก APA Hotel & Resort Nishishinjuku Gochome Eki Tower

APA Hotel & Resort Nishishinjuku Gochome Eki Tower

Shibuya, Tokyo
Located in Tokyo (Shinjuku), APA Hotel & Resort Nishishinjuku Gochome Eki Tower is within a 5-minute drive of Shinjuku Subnade and Tokyo Tourist Information Center. This spa hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Meiji Jingu Shrine.
(284 Reviews)
Super near the subway like 3-minute walk. Breakfast is continental, enjoyable, and more than adequate. Rooms are clean. Staff are friendly and accommodating.
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Facts about Japan

Total Accommodation
28,483 Properties
Popular Region
Okinawa Prefecture, Hokkaido
Popular Hotel
HOTEL THE MITSUI KYOTO, a Luxury Collection Hotel & Spa, The Tokyo EDITION, Toranomon

Guest reviews in Japan

141,051 reviews from hotels in Japan with aggregated rating of 8.7/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Japan will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
14 Jun 2023
Clean and convenient. Staff are friendly and efficient. Great value for money!
16 Jul 2023
It 's great location; Few meters away from 24hrs family mart, some restaurant nearby and walking distance to JR station. Limited space room but it 's understandable since located in center city, great service and clean! Definitely recommended and will stay again if we go to Shinjuku area.
11 Feb 2020
Good hotel with very strategic location, it is easy for traveler to go around Osaka or go to Kansai Airport with Nankai line. The hotel even has its own public bath
1 Sep 2023
Good location, near to the crowded people, shinjuku train station, near to shopping mall, near to the Restaurant. Even the places so crowded, but the hotel is very comfortable. Thank you.
22 Jan 2020
Good ❤️😘 like this . I can finding restaurants near hotel. Near kuramae station
21 Jul 2023
Great hotel to stay when you're in Kawaguchiko. The hotel is very clean, and the Onsen is a new and unique experience for me and my daughter. Hotel Staff are friendly and informative. Overall it's been memorable experience. Will come back again, Insya Allah.
23 Mar 2023
Hotel refused to arrange non-smoking room as I booked with special request "non-smoking room" shown on voucher. Hotel reception said online agent didn't inform non-smoking room as request to the hotel, even it showed "non-smoking room" in voucher. How could it happen? Online agent and Hotel should reply how to solve this problem for me. Because the room is bad smell and effect my health.
10 Apr 2023
Very good location, near jr nippori station South exit by stairs, East exit by escalator or elevator. Turn right and go straight 300 m, room size standard Japan hotel
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27 Apr 2023
Room is clean but smell a little bit of cigarette smoke, Location is great! Very near to train station, little bit far from city, supermarket and convenient store near by. Price is reasonable but I'm not sure they assigned right type of room. The room look different from my reservation.
23 Jul 2023
I like this hotel because it is beside the train station and their room is big for a family of 3.

Most commonly asked questions in Japan

What are the best areas to visit near Japan?

If you are in Japan, you can also visit Chugoku, Hokkaido, Okinawa Prefecture, Chubu, Kanto, Kyushu, Kansai, Shikoku, Tohoku

How many hotels are listed in Japan?

Currently, there are around 28,483 hotels that you can book in Japan


Lying across the western North Pacific Ocean, Japan’s great string of archipelagos stretches from northeast to southwest as far as 1, 500 miles (2. 400 km). Japan has four main islands, from north to south are Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu. In term of the size of the land, Honshu is the largest followed by Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku. The nation’s capital is located in Tokyo in the east-central of Honshu which has the densest population. This mountainous archipelago is bounded to the west by the Sea of Japan (East Sea), to the north by La Perouse (Sova) Strait, to the northeast by the southern Kuril Islands, to the east and south by the Pacific as well as to the southwest by the East China Sea. Hence, making it as the outermost edge of Asia that has a profound influence on its history. Close enough to the mainland of Asia, yet far enough to keep a distance, helps to shape much of the Japanese history.

Archaeological evidence of settlement in Japan dated far back in 50, 000 years ago and was able to trace the line back to the Kofun period. Despite human has occupied Japan for tens of thousands of years, yet its history has only started to be recorded back in the 1st century BC. This was mentioned in Chinese source named Book of Han, stating that Japan made their very first contact around this time with China and Korea. This interlace weaved greatly in Japan’s writings, religion, arts and architecture. One of the profound changes in Japan is Chinese calligraphy which survived through ages and is used till today’s Japanese writings. Between the 4th and 9th century was the first time that this lands and tribes have gradually been unified under one single centralised government, controlled by the Emperor. In the year 794, marked the beginning of a new Heian period based in the new imperial capital of Heian-Kyo (modern Kyoto). Lasted until 1185, this period is considered as a golden age of Japanese culture, so as its religions. At this point, Japanese worshipers were divided into ancient native Shinto practices and new Chinese-influenced Buddhism. This remains true until today.

Over the centuries, the Emperor’s and its imperial court’s reign continued until it gradually declined and was passed to military clans and armies of samurai warriors. Eventually, Japan descended into an era of civil war until the late 16th century when Japan was reunified under feudal lords, also known as daimyos, named Oda Nobunaga and his successor Toyotomi Hideyoshi. In 1598, Tokugawa Ieyasu came to power after the death of Hideyoshi. He was then appointed as Shogun by the Emperor. His governing led to a prosperous and peaceful era of the Edo period (modern Tokyo). The first European to have landed the shores of Japan, in the southern region, is the Portuguese. The first affiliation was in 1543 which subsequently brought the Netherlands to establish trades with Japan and American Perry Expedition. Thus, ended up Japan’s seclusion from the outside world and the change of power once more. In 1868, the power of Emperor was reinstated over again. Japan was then transformed from a feudal country into an empire under the new national leadership.

Closely adapting Western models, Japan rose to be a supreme power to be reckoned with. Despite the democratic rule and modern civilian culture prospered, Japan’s military was still powerful with great autonomy power. They overruled civilian leaders and proceeded an invasion into China. Worst, Japan went into war with the United States and its allies as a consequence of its attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. Severe damages were inflicted on Japan. On 15th August 1945 following the biggest nuclear war in centuries, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Emperor Hirohito decided to announce Japan’s unconditional surrender. The Allies occupied Japan until 1952 under a new constitution that made Japan experienced a flourishment of rapid economic growth. It became a world economic powerhouse. After an official agreement named San Francisco Peace Treaty 1951 was signed both by Japan and the United States, the occupation ended in 1952. Since then, Japan continued showing spectacular economic growth and brought the country to the forefront of the world’s economy, despite the waxing and waning pattern. Nonetheless, Japan has now forged its name in the world’s prestige to be the foremost manufacturing and trading country as well as a global financial leader! Once unknown archipelagos, now it is indeed a name to be reckoned with!

Japan is indeed eccentrically attractive on its own. On the surface, it may seem that Japan is exceedingly modernised with its technology and infrastructures, but you will notice as you travel that Japan still does retain and preserve its rich traditional culture. Hence, making Japan truly timeless, like a time tunnel, its ancient traditions are fused and coexisted alongside its modernisation. The complexity and contrast in their culture make it even more vibrant as keynotes of life in the Japanese nation. Although it was an island nation that had been shut off from the outside world for a long time, Japan’s ethnicity and culture are very homogeneous. The largest minority here is Korean in the 3rd and 4th generation, followed by sizable populations of Chinese, Filipinos and Brazilians. The majority of Chinese are concentrated mostly in Japan’s three Chinatowns in Kobe, Nagasaki and Yokohama. Having a great influence of Chinese in their culture, many native Japanese customs seemed unperturbed which made these two cultures to be blending seamlessly.

Furthermore, Japanese are also well-known for their politeness even to foreigners. Especially the younger generations, they are thrilled and extremely interested in meeting and becoming friend with foreigners. What’s more? They are also incredible a life saviour when you are at lost of directions. Not all Japanese are that approachable. Some are more reserved and reluctant to communicate. But, don’t take it personally alright? Since they are just either afraid of you addressing them in English or embarrassed that they can’t understand and reply you. Just a simple, cheerful smile and a ‘Konnichiwa’ often do help you. Japanese are sophisticated. This can be seen through their lifestyles which are heavily woven around the etiquette they perfected and practised in their family households. Correct manners are just simply obligatory and to be familiarised with even to their foreign guests. A few of the most basic rules are seen to be applied in a Japanese home, table manners, sitting techniques, usage of Japanese chopsticks, dining out, exchanging gifts, greetings and even addressing names. Is it not just so intriguing?

As mentioned above, Japan has two dominant religions which are ancient Shinto and Buddhism. But generally speaking, Japanese aren’t particularly religious in spite of common visits to the shrines and temples, offering coins and making silent prayers to religious artefacts from various temples. They tend to take religion as not a dogma or faith, but simply as a particular practice that they follow if they see it fits. The Shinto religion can be seen from the country’s exquisite gardens and peaceful shrines deep in the ancient forests. To sum it up, Shinto focuses more on the spirit of the land.

Meanwhile, Buddhism is more towards Zen, the aesthetic and moral sensibilities which are imprinted in Japanese culture of flower-arranging (ikebana), tea ceremony (sado), ceramics, paintings, calligraphy, poetry and even martial art. As centuries past, Shinto and Buddhism have intertwined considerably well that it is not surprising to see a sparse Shinto torii standing before a Buddhist temple. Some Japanese also practised Christianity.

Heavenly seasons are what Japanese are truly proud of. The four seasons here will surely give you a breathtaking view that differs accordingly to the season. The best times of the year to visit Japan is from March to April when you will be welcomed with spring festivities and revelries under the most infamous cherry blossoms called Sakura. An amazing sight that you will only be able to experience in Japan. During summer from June to August, the temperature can spike up to 35oC. But looking at the brighter side, the fireworks shows (Hanabi taikai) and summer festival are indeed awesome!

Meanwhile, autumn starts in September. This time of the year the temperature are more tolerable. And then what’s more interesting is the autumn colours of red to green to yellow, will mesmerise the eye of the beholder. Oh, what a natural splendour Japan is! Last but not least winter in Japan is the best time for you to enjoy skiing and hot-spring hopping. The blast of winter will give you a blissful memory of Japan.

Regardless of nationalities, Japan provides you with a temporary visitor visa upon arrival to which it is valid up to 90 days of stay. A short interview on your details of stay and purpose of the visit will be conducted by the immigration officer. As part of immigration entry procedures, you will also be needed to undergo the electronically fingerprinted and photographed. Throughout your vacation in Japan, please bear in mind to always carry your passport wherever you go. If you are caught without it, you will be detained until somebody fetches you or a fine that can go up to ¥200, 000. The national language of Japan is Japanese. Most Japanese studied English for at least six years, but it focused more on formal grammar and writing rather than usage in daily conversation. Hence, don’t panic and always have a guidebook or a Google translate with you. They’ll come in handy. If you are lost, practically write down in simple words on a piece of paper and show it to younger Japanese which will be likely able to point out for you.

An abundance of Japanese gastronomical delights awaits you here in every corner of Japan. Enlighten your palates with the boundless variety of regional and seasonal dishes including top-notched international cuisine. Majority of restaurants here are specialised in a single type of cuisine which might be due to a recipe that has been passed down to generations and made to perfections. You can choose either to enjoy food out of the mobile hawker stands to centuries-old ryotei, atmospheric drinking spots, seasonal terraces by the rivers, cheap chain shops an even themed restaurants on butlers, ninja, robots and anime. Never more than 500m, you will simply be able another great meal. Different regions of Japan offer different specialities. Imagine slurping down your flavorful ramen, tackling down the freshest sashimi and sushi, biting through that high-quality marbled Kobe beef and feasting on the delicious, hearty hotpots stews of oden, sukiyaki and shabu-shabu. Oh and don’t forget a shot of coffee in their jazz coffee shop (jazz kissa) or danwashitsu to complete your meal of the day. My, just reading these would be enough to make your mouths water indeed!

How to Get There?

By Flight

The flight from Changi International Airport Singapore to Tokyo’s Narita Airport and Haneda International Airport Japan takes roughly about 6 hours and 55 minutes. Non-stop flights take between 6 to 10 hours with the quickest one-stop flight takes nearly 10 hours. A few of the well-known airlines that directly arrive in Japan are AirAsia, Scoot, Philippine Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Garuda Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and Air China. Cheapest flight ticket cost only SGD 378.32 and the most expensive goes up to SGD 1, 342. Another most common destination is Kansai Airport located about an hour south of Osaka.

Meanwhile, Osaka International Airport is primarily a domestic airport. Other international airports in Japan are Fukuoka Airport, Naha Airport and New Chitose Airport. Japan’s proud airlines are the two major ones called Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways. This Land of the Rising Sun has the world’s best transportation facilities. Hence, getting around in Japan is super breeze and easy.

What to Do There?

Tokyo Prefecture

This metropolis, Tokyo is what symbolises modernisation and technology perfectly. With its neon-lit streetscapes, modern sky-scrappers, the indelible buzz of 24-hours street life and vibrant hubs of excitement like a setting out of sci-film sets, Tokyo is one busiest region. It acts as a business and cultural megacenter that homes tens of millions of people. Staggeringly diversified, futuristic and fast-paced, Tokyo is also a hub of 234 Michelin-starred restaurants. Simply amazing!


Shinjuku is one of the most popular shopping districts to visit in Japan. Explore the large scales of restaurants, alongside Tokyo’s tallest skyscrapers and the observation decks of the twin towers, Metropolitan Government Office for free. Shinjuku Station is the world’s busiest railway station with more than two million passengers every day.

Tokyo Disneyland

Located just 15-minute train ride from Tokyo Station, Tokyo Disney Resort consists of two theme parks called Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea. They are the world’s most visited theme park.

Fuji Five Lakes (Fujigoko)

Famous for its leisure activities of hot springs (onsen), hiking, camping, fishing and snow sports, Fujigoko is less than 100 kilometres from Tokyo. It is a part of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National park. Fujigoko lies at the base of northern Mount Fuji. It is also the best places to view Mount Fuji from close up and a good base to climb the mountain.

Kinkakuji (Zen Temple)

Impressively built with the top two floors covered in stunning golden leaf and overlooking a dazzling pond, Kinkakuji is just was previously a retirement villa of the shogun named Ashikaga Yoshimitsu.

Where to Stay?

Nine Hours Shinjuku-North 

If you are visiting Tokyo, Nine Hours Shinjuku-North is a great choice to stay. Designed in a modern capsule, the hotel’s sleeping concept in the pod is very smart, unique and very minimalist. Simple, yet comfortable this hotel to offers superb services and hospitality. It is a home to 206 bedrooms which are also provided with comforts like slippers, lockers, towel and Wi-Fi. It is as cheap as SGD 48.36 and maximum goes up to SGD 147 only per night, depending on the types of capsules. A rule of thumb here, it is not for the claustrophobic guests!

Guest House Orange Cabin

With the nature hub of Mount Fuji just nearby, this Guest House Orange Cabin is strategically located in the lovely area of Kawaguchi-ko/Sai-ko. Enjoy the good quality facilities offered by the hotel at just SGD 46.89 cheapest and SGD 220.40 at the most with different types of rooms that can accommodate from one to four persons at once. A delightful stay awaits you here!

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