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From cherry blossoms to futuristic technology, from Sumo to sake, Japan has so much to offer visitors. Hotels.com understands international travelers and that everyone has different tastes and expectations from their vacation. We provide a huge selection of Japan hotels to ensure that you can find the perfect accommodation in Land of the Rising Sun. Search for hotels by location or use the map to deci

What's Japan Like?

Japan is famed for its eclectic mix of old and new. Elegant Geishas play traditional instruments like the shamisen, while the modern world enjoys the speedy Bullet Train and walking, talking robots. Japan benefits from the volcanic region with a plethora of hot springs, from Hokkaido in the north to Kagoshima in the south. Renowned for their relaxing and healing mineral properties, hot springs often have beautiful surroundings which make for a lovely relaxing day out. Mount Fuji is an iconic figure of Japan, you can easily go from Tokyo, cruise on Lake Ashi and reach the summit of Mount Komagatake on the ropeway. Kyoto has over 1000 Buddhist temples with idyllic gardens and tranquil grounds to walk through. The famous cherry blossoms bloom in March and April every year, check the forecasts before you travel. They make an unforgettable sight and a beautiful backdrop for souvenir photos. There are thousands of Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples in Japan, such as Itsukushima-jinja Shrine in Hiroshima and the Hozen-ji Temple at Osaka.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Japan

Manners and respect are an important part of Japanese culture, ensure you get along with the locals by learning about important etiquette before you go. Wherever you go you should behave calmly and respectfully. When visiting shrines or temples follow the locals lead and take off your shoes if they do, check for signs to see if taking photos are allowed or not. You can join in with some rituals such as incense burning at temples or mouth rinsing at shrines. If visiting a Japanese home expect to remove your shoes, take some clean socks with you and use the slippers provided by your host. When dining out you may have to get a ticket from a vending machine at the door, pay your bill at a counter or remove you shoes when sitting at a traditional low dining table. Check to see what your fellow diners are doing to make sure you fit in well. Hotels.com enjoys bringing travelers useful tips and travel information, as well as discovering the best Japan hotels.

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