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This ryokan was established in the heart of the old capital in 1818, not far from downtown.
At over 300 years in business, this ryokan is and has been a favorite of VIPs throughout the ages.
This famous inn, acclaimed for its service, has been delighting customers for more than a century.
This modern ryokan is imbued with a traditional Japanese ambiance.
This elegant traditional inn offers only eight rooms of the finest quality and facilities.
The guestrooms at this ryokan in the quiet mountains of Yufuin are remote, old folk houses.
This cottage inn is surrounded by a peaceful and atmospheric bamboo forest.
This luxurious ryokan features Japanese gardens between its buildings.
The ryokan's spa boasts beautiful views of Mt. Fuji and a variety of baths.
All of this ryokan's guest rooms feature attached private open-air baths brimming with hot springs.
This ryokan offers Noboribetsu's famous hot springs in a variety of both in and outdoor baths.
This large inn is surrounded by nature with green pine trees and the blue sea.
Offering only 14 rooms and not allowing small children, this inn delivers privacy and peace.
This modern yet nostalgic wooden ryokan is nestled within the gentle woods of Niseko.
Enjoy the quiet atmosphere of a mountain lodge in the heart of downtown Kyoto's Gion district.
Each of this ryokan's rooms commands a beautiful view of the Tsugaru Channel.
Surrounded by trees and bamboo groves in Hakone, this inn serves authentic Kyoto kaiseki meals.
All the rooms of this traditional style building command fine view of the ryokan's garden.
This intimate inn offers guests peace and quiet, as well as Kyoto's famous kaiseki-ryori cuisine.
This ryokan serves traditional Japanese food made with the freshest seasonal ingredients
This inn is frequented morning and night by wild deer coming as close as the main entrance.
This ryokan has traditional architectural features not common to see in modern Japan.
This inn blends in with its peaceful surroundings with Todaiji Temple and more nearby.
This modern Japanese-style inn was designed by famous architect Kisho Kurokawa to complement nature.
This inn blends the beauty of modern architecture with the tradition of the Taisho era (1912-1926).
Dotted with private, thatched-roof lodgings, this inn offers a peek back at old Japan.
Each of this luxury inn's guest rooms includes a private bath and small children are not permitted.
This inn focuses on providing personal, sincere hospitality to achieve a more intimate atmosphere.
This ryokan offers a peaceful and artistic atmosphere, with open-air baths attached to all rooms.
All rooms at this inn on Lake Akan have their own attached private open-air baths.
Located at the foot of Yufudake, this ryokan offers individual cottages in the forest near the lake.
All 23 uniquely designed rooms at this inn feature private open-air baths filled with hot springs.
This ryokan with over 550 years of history is known for its traditional dance stage and performance.
This well-established inn of only 18 rooms first opened its doors more than 130 years ago.
This small ryokan with more than 800 years of history offers the utmost in hospitality.
This quiet ryokan with a hot spring resort atmosphere is said to be one of the oldest in Japan.
Located on the shores of Lake Shikotsu, this inn aims to revitalize guests' bodies and minds.
This resort inn overlooks the Pacific Ocean, a view sure to be enjoyed from the open-air baths.
Once a retreat for Zen priests, now it is a modern hot spring resort with 15 detached cottages.
This ryokan offers guests 10 comfortable and cozy rooms and a 17,000 square meter natural garden.