You can’t miss a Love Hotel. They usually look like something from Disney with gaudy designs and names that may have a double entendre.If you are driving and do actually want to be discreet for that afternoon tryst, the car parks are always tucked away and I have even seen registration plates covered over in some. Don't be shy, just go in and have a look.
Kyo-machiya no Yado, a company providing Machiya accommodations, opened a new Machiya-Inn called Zen in the Hiyashiyama district of Kyoto city.
The Japanese really go beyond ordinary when it comes to hotel comforts and the capsule hotels (kapuseru hoteru) are no exception providing a small, compact room for sleeping, yet gives you a new hotel experience you cannot find in many countries.
Kiya Ryokan is a unique kind of Ryokan where the modern and the traditional come together and is a Ryokan experience unlike any other! It is located in the heart of Uwajima a city in the south of Ehime prefecture.
One common remark made by international tourists who visit Japan is about Japan’s “unparalleled customer service”. Japanese style hospitality is called “omotenashi”.
If you wish to experience and understand Japanese culture, ryokan (traditional Japanese -style inn), is the accommodation to choose.