東京の旅館ガイド 温泉付き、なし?


日本に外国人観光客がかなり増え、また、今回のラグビーワールドカップでも初めて日本に来た人が多くいたようですが、外国人の間で旅館に興味を持つつ人が増えているようです。

彼らはこのようなブログを見て、東京でも旅館を見つけるのでしょう。

かなり安い旅館から星のやまで日本人が見ても面白いです。

Best Ryokan in Tokyo with Private Onsen & Without

Looking for the best ryokan Tokyo can offer? Staying at a Tokyo ryokan hotel can be one of the most interesting experiences you have in Japan. Kyoto ryokan may be the most famous, but some of the best ryokan in Tokyo are just as appealing. Not only that, but the Tokyo ryokan hotel experience can serve as a nice contrast to all the capital’s modern attractions. Below I’ll tell you about some of the best Tokyo ryokan with private onsen, as well as those with the typical baths. New to this whole ryokan experience? Don’t worry. In addition to introducing some of the best ryokan in Tokyo, I’ll also explain what a ryokan is, how to use one, and why you’ll love it.

Travel in Japan is a big bucket-list activity for many people. The temples, the trains, the food…there’s so much to experience in Japan that it’s hard to list it all. If you plan to visit Japan, I highly suggest spending a few nights in a Japanese ryokan hotel somewhere along the way. Most travelers choose to stay at ryokan in Kyoto or further into the countryside, but I’m here to suggest staying in a Tokyo ryokan as well.

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Best Ryokan in Tokyo with Private Onsen & Without What is a Ryokan? Why Stay a Tokyo Ryokan Hotel? Best Tokyo Ryokan Best Ryokan in Asakusa Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa Sukeroku No Yado Sadachiyo Best Ryokan in Ueno Edo Sakura Sawanoya Ryokan Ueno Best Luxury Ryokan Near Tokyo Station and the Shinkansen Hoshinoya Ryokan Tokyo Best Ryokan in Shinjuku Minabiyado Takemine Yuen Shinjuku Best Budget Ryokan in Tokyo Kimi Ryokan (Ikebukuro) Ryokan Ettiqite & the Ryokan Experience Shoes Off Futons & Tatamis Yukata Public Baths Any Tokyo Ryokan with Private Onsen? Ryokan Rooms Food at a Tokyo Ryokan

What is a Ryokan?

A ryokan is a traditional Japanese inn. Japan has plenty of nice hotels, and many Japanese hotels look basically like any hotel you’d stay in anywhere. Ryokan, however, are distinctly Japanese. The rooms typically have tatami mat flooring and staff dress in traditional clothing. Shoes come off at the door and you can switch out your street clothes and into a comfy yukata robe. Best of all, great food and a dip in an onsen are usually part of the Tokyo ryokan hotel experience, just like they would be in any ryokan in the country.

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