What is a Ryokan? Ryokans are the best way to experience Japanese culture and enjoy the true comforts of Japanese hospitality and service.
Hot springs have a very long history in Japan, and they are an intimate part of Japanese culture. There are over 3,000 "onsen" ,or hot springs, in Japan. Many can be found at the ryokans available on Japanese Guest Houses.
Tokyo is home to approximately 12 million people. Beneath this surface lies a city of contradictions: ancient temples and shrines beside high-tech department stores; traditional festivals held in modern neighborhoods; peaceful Japanese gardens below intelligent skyscrapers. For its size and sprawl, Tokyo is an incredibly safe, efficient city with a low crime rate, the trains always running on time, and stores and restaurants providing everything you could possibly need. Tokyo is overwhelming at first but if you take your time and explore the city you will find a vibrant metropolis overflowing with many fascinating sights, sounds, and experiences. For more information about Tokyo please see our travel content partner Japan-Guide.
Welcome to The Edo Sakura. The architect-owner, built on his extensive experience in the traditional architecture of Kyoto, has taken care of the smallest details of the architectural design of The Edo Sakura. In the metropolitan city of Tokyo, a stay at The Edo Sakura is like traveling back in time to the traditional low-lying areas in the past － nostalgic, relieved and warm.
Welcome to Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu. Located in the most traditional part of urban Tokyo, this six story Ryokan Hotel has 28 Japanese and Western style guest rooms. Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu is centrally located near Nakamise-dori, which is the main street in Asakusa. On the 6th floor there are shared Japanese "hinoki" (cypress) baths for both women and men (same gender only) with views of the Asakusa district. On the 1st floor of the hotel there is a restaurant called Hozuki which serves tr...
Welcome to Homeikan. Located near Tokyo University and Tokyo Dome in a quiet part of the city, this Traditional Ryokan has two buildings: a "Honkan" and a "Bekkan". Originally a private residence, Homeikan has a history of 100 years and, as a result it is a little run down; however, it has a lot of character and atmosphere and there is also a beautiful Japanese garden at the "Bekkan." Homeikan is a traditional ryokan and none of the Japanese-style guest rooms have private baths or toilets...
Welcome to the Sumisho Hotel. Conveniently located near Tokyo Station, this Ryokan Hotel has 83 Japanese and Western style rooms. There is a large shared bath for the guests to relax in (same gender only) after a long day of sightseeing, and a Japanese restaurant is available for guests who wish to have meals at the Sumisho Hotel (reservations are required). Check-in time is after 16:00 and check-out time is before 10:00 am. Guests can also wash their laundry here. Attention: For ...
Welcome to Sawanoya Ryokan. This Standard Ryokan is located near Ueno Park in the northern part of Tokyo. All of the guest rooms are Japanese style and most of the rooms do not have private baths or toilets (guests must shared the bathing and toilet facilities). Furthermore, all rooms and public areas are non-smoking areas. There is also Internet access in all of the guest rooms (you must bring your own computer however). Check-in time is after 3:00pm and check-out time is before 10:00am.
Hyogo-ken Chijitoroku Ryokogyo 3-609
(Hyogo Prefecture Travel Agent License Number 3-609)
10-5-401-1-(2) Sakae-machi, Kawanishi-shi, Hyogo-ken Japan
Part of the Rediscover Group of Travel Companies Rediscover Japan Co., Ltd. (Japanese Guest Houses)
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