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Situated slap bang in the middle of Tokyo, right next to the Imperial Palace, the Grand Arc Hanzomon is, as one would expect, extremely well-connected. With easy access to the subway, via Hanzomon Station and consequently easy access to both Narita and Haneda airports.The hotel has a wide range of rooms, varying from Western-style single rooms, to Deluxe Japanese-style rooms with tatami floors. All rooms have a generous selection of amenities, including a cable television with pay-per-view movies, high speed Internet, refrigerators, kettles, Japanese tea bags, telephones (for both domestic and international calls), paper & envelopes, hairdryers, trouser presses, slippers, towels, bathrobes and toiletries. The hotel can also provide ironing boards, newspapers, massage and laundry services. There is free Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel.
[ Hotel, Tokyo | published 2012.10.30 | PermaLink ]

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Opened in 2010, this rather new addition to the Kyoto skyline has taken the ancient capital's hotel scene by storm. Citadines Kyoto Karasuma-Gojo is an "aparthotel," that is, a mixture of a hotel and apartments, so its rooms are fit for those spending only a couple nights as well as those on extended stays in Kyoto. The stylish design, clean and comfortable accommodations, easy access, and impeccable service have landed Citadines Kyoto a nearly perfect score here on JAPANiCAN.com and put it in the #2 spot out of all Kyoto hotels on TripAdvisor.com. Keep reading below for more info and some really big pictures.

[ Hotel, Kyoto | published 2012.10.23 | PermaLink ]

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Book now for a massive 46% saving on a room at Taiseikan!

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With Autumn well underway, and the glorious season of leaves turning into flaming reds and burning oranges just beginning, this is the perfect season to get away from the concrete nightmare of the city and escape to the calming influence of Mother Nature. Japan's autumn leaves or koyo, as it is referred to in Japanese, are some of the best that can be seen on the planet. But, the only drawback is: doesn't everybody know it. It's tough to appreciate the leaves themselves with all the admirers ambling through the woods in droves.

[ Autumn, Hotel, Onsen (Hot Springs), Ryokan | published 2012.10.18 | PermaLink ]

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A winner of Best Service in the Traveler's Choice Award 2012, the Hotel Niwa Tokyo is one of the top 10 hotels for service in Japan. For a country that is world-renowned for its excellent service, that is a serious accolade. The word niwa means "garden" in Japanese, and the hotel's convenient location in Central Tokyo between two stations, Suidobashi and Jimbocho, makes it a real oasis of calm in an otherwise bustling metropolis.
[ Hotel, Tokyo | published 2012.10.04 | PermaLink ]

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Pictured above: Kozantei Ubuya

It goes without saying that seeing Mt. Fuji at least once is a must. You can visit the iconic (and volcanic) peak on tours or even climb it overnight to watch the sunrise from the top, but one of the most popular ways to enjoy Mt. Fuji is gazing at it from afar, particularly from a relaxing hot spring in the Fuji Five Lakes area for example. Below, find our top recommendations for hot spring-equipped inns and hotels that are ideal for taking in Mt. Fuji's splendor, listed in order of ratings given by JAPANiCAN.com customers.

[ Hotel, Mt. Fuji, Onsen (Hot Springs), Ryokan | published 2012.06.14 | PermaLink ]

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